Aftershock: A Collection of Survivors Tales

  • by Valerie Lioudis, Kristopher Lioudis
  • Narrated by Daniel Rose
  • 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Life after an outbreak is a nightmare for those who are struggling to survive. Aftershock follows several groups as they make their way in this drastically different world and confront not just the relentless undead, but the dark side of humanity living in lawlessness.
Ian, an infantryman who fought on the front line at the beginning of the end, Jessica, an author from a small town in New Jersey, and Reverend Samuel Mathis, a Methodist minister struggling with his faith after the Apocalypse are just a few of the characters you will meet and travel with as they search for some kind of existence in the wasteland that America has become.

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drawing the listener in holding their attention

We all know what happens when the dead begin to walk; it’s a flesh feast for the dead and a nightmare for the survivors.  What happens after the zombies slow down or start to think out?  At what point do the flesh eating monsters become a common occurrence and the living become the evil that needs to be put down?

This is a carefully constructed collection of tales written from a survivor’s viewpoint.   A diverse mixture of survivors tells their individual stories – their encounters with the walking dead and the evil living.  The tales are told from the perspective of a female author, a minister, a special needs child, a science experiment gone wrong and more.  Their stories intersect in various places creating delicately woven connections.

The Lioudis’ captures the emotions and fears of each character drawing the listener in holding their attention prisoner.  One cannot help but think about the individual stories long after the stories are finished.

Daniel Rose performed the stories in an exciting and riveting narration.  He spoke clearly and with appropriate inflection to indicate fear, pain, hate, curiosity and the even more subtle emotions.  He was perfect for the book!

There were no issues with the audio quality or production of this audiobook.

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Good story

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I was given this book for free for my honest review. The story itself was pretty good but I didn't care for the narration which makes or breaks an audible book. I didn't feel like he did a great job of switching voices and I had a hard figuring out who was who. Overall the book was good and I am happy I took the time to listen to it.

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- Leigh "Leigh"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-27-2015
  • Publisher: Valerie Lioudis