Cassie : Adrian's Undead Diary

  • by Chris Philbrook
  • Narrated by James Foster
  • Series: Adrian's Undead Diary
  • 9 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

One last test. One last quest. Adrian and the men and women who love him head deep into the city in search of the one thing that may save Adrian's soul, and the entire world. Redemption. But before he earns what he needs so desperately, there will be blood, and there will be death.


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So bitter sweet

This is a review of the eighth and final book of a series, there could be spoilers to previous books below.

I am writing this review with a heavy heart as Cassie is the eighth and final book to the Adrian’s Undead Diary saga; a saga that has quickly become on of the best zombie apocalypse series out there. One that has touched me in more ways than I can count. One that has exposed me to another one to add to my favorite authors list and one to add to my favorite narrators list. While I was thrilled for this book to finally be released it is a very bitter sweet experience.

I do not want to give anything away for those of you who have not gotten this far. So this review is going to be brief.

With a book series that has gone on as long as this one has. Philbrook had a lot of work to close up any loopholes that may have existed in the story line. He did so with little effort. Many different times throughout Cassie I thought that I knew how he was going to end it. Well, he didn’t do what I thought and ended in such a way that made it pretty final.

I will say these couple of things. This book focuses strongly on, you guessed it, Cassie; Adrian’s long lost girlfriend who he has mention in I think every book until now. The trinity makes perfect sense now. Because 3 is a magic number.

From the last book I thought something like this was going to happen. Adrian was going to go back to the nether realm, look for and find Cassie. Then be overcome with heart break because of the state that she was in. That he decides nothing is worth living anymore and stay in the nether realm.

Then from this book I thought that the remaining government officials, that make an appearance here, were going to drop the bombs, unknowingly, on Adrian’s band of survivors. There were so many different direction Philbrook could have gone to leave it open for another book in the future, however now, I do not think that will be possible. While there might be more in this same timeline and universe. Sadly I think this will be it for Adrian and the gang we, I, have come to love.

Once again James Foster delivers another stellar performance. I have listened to him read other stories, I still think it is with becoming Adrian where is true prowess shines. Adding all of the exasperation and sighs and other emotional heart jerkers as he can think of to create a narration phenomenon like very few others.

I love this series so much, and want to share it with others so much, that I am personally going to giveaway any one audiobook in the series to one lucky person.

Audiobook provided for review by the author.

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Any additional comments?

This entire series.These 8 deliciously wonderful and undeniably brilliant undead diary books were/are/forever shall be, the absolute best series I have ever laid ears on. I apologize for the bad pun but, I'm visually impaired and I just couldn't resist. Anywho, if you have read the entire series that's great but, these books scream out to be listen too. Why is that you say? Well, (heavy sigh) Chris Philbrook and by extension the narrator James (what a performance) Foster fit together like a hand and glove. The character development is serious, seamless and deep. On occasion I cried a wee tear or twelve, laughed harder than I thought possible, and I even puzzled (sometimes out loud) with various characters when the tough or delicate questions were asked. The story development did not falter from one book to the next. I love these books and will always have them primed and ready to listen to them again and again. So a big shout out to Chris Philbrook for writing and developing this most awesome series. And another goes out to James Foster for bringing these most awesome books to life. So Audible members give these books a listen. You will never be disappointed.

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- Jennifer "Windsor, Ontario, Canada"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2015
  • Publisher: Chris Philbrook