All Roads Lead to Terror

  • by Richard Schiver
  • Narrated by Johnny Mack
  • 5 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On the day of his birth the dead walked and society crumbled. His mother took one look at him and pronounced him Meat. He survived, she didn't.
Fourteen years have passed and obscurity means survival in an increasingly dangerous world. For the survivors at Bremo Bluff that obscurity is threatened when a savage band abducts a group of children from the compound.
Accompanied by his three friends Window, Einstein, and Billie-Bob, Meat embarks on a quest to rescue the children. It is a journey that will lead them into adulthood, with a brief detour through the Dreadlands, as they come face to face with the harsh reality of a brutal world beyond the barriers that had served to protect them.
In the dead city of Richmond they will confront a savage cult of children who worship a creature of the night. These creatures once lived along the mysterious edge of a well-lit world, in that shadowy realm between night and day, between dreams and nightmares. They are now awake in a world where the population that once served as their food source has been reduced.


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Great start to the series!

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This book is a great start to the series. The book has zombies, as well as, creepy people who prey on the young kids who are left to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. The narrator did a great job. Can't wait for the next book in the series!

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- Amber

Stand By Me with zombies

What made the experience of listening to All Roads Lead to Terror the most enjoyable?

The narrator did a fantastic job. He had different voices for different characters which I always enjoy.

What other book might you compare All Roads Lead to Terror to and why?

Kinda reminded me of Stand by Me as this is a "coming of age" story. The protagonists, nonzombie that is, have a Lord of the Flies feel. Lastly this has a hint of The Road in the sense that this is not the fun action style zombie apocalypse and had an sense of dread.

Have you listened to any of Johnny Mack’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not but I would be willing to. Hopefully he will continue with this series.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I liked how one of the side quests in the story was to find books. I really enjoyed that as it makes you think about how certain things would be scarce and what items you would truely cherish and search for.

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- Muraenidae

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-19-2017
  • Publisher: Richard Schiver