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Several months have passed since the dead began to walk. The first winter has taken its toll in more ways than one as humanity continues to struggle to survive. Not every threat to humanity comes form the undead as so many have discovered man's ability to sink into depravity with the absence of law and order. Time and again survivors have fought, run, and regrouped. Yet, there seems to be no respite, and as winter draws on...things become more and more difficult to endure. A new threat seems to materialize even before the last can be dealt with. And if the physical toll was not enough, the hours of isolation and the time left with one's thoughts can become just as destructive. How much more can you take?
©2013 TW Brown (P)2014 TW Brown
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By Pam C on 10-29-17

If you are looking for predictable, move on.

So, once again, TW Brown killed off someone in the story that made me mad when it happened. Seriously?? If you are reading this series, you will understand and I won't ruin it for you. When I mentioned that he needed to stop doing that, he said, "and become predictable??" (We have become acquainted via facebook due to my obsession with this series!) Well, you cannot accuse TW Brown of being predictable, that is for sure! If you are NOT reading this series, you should be and start with the 1st book. TW Brown is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. Not just because of the genre, but because of his attention to detail in the story AND in the characters. Definitely recommend this book and the others in the series! Looking for the next one!

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By Danni Irene on 01-24-15

Excellent series!

Would you listen to DEAD again? Why?

Yes, I would listen to the series again, but instead I've gotten the Kindle version and am now reading the whole series again. The author is an excellent story teller!

What did you like best about this story?

At first I wasn't sure if I'd like the approach of different stories for the same catastrophe that hit the whole world, especially the vignettes. As I started listening to the first book and really got into the story I got used to the different story lines, and the many different characters. It is a very addicting series.

What does Andrew McFerrin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I wish I knew how he did it, but he gives each character life, and even while I'm re-reading the series, I try to do the same thing, have each of the characters come out exactly like he protrays them. He is an excellent narrator, and has become one of my favorites.

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

In these books you get used to each of the characters and you feel a certain way about each one. Like when something bad happens to Steven's group, you really feel the pain and sadness that the group feels when they loose one of their own. And I feel the same when something happens to Kevin and his band of survivors.

Any additional comments?

Remember, the Dead series is a zombie apocalypse story, but it's a bunch of different story lines that continue in each of the books. Sometimes some of the vignettes stories either end, or they continue on and you start to feel for the characters in those mini stories. The author doesn't candy coat anything and there is as much despair as there is happiness in these stories. I really can't see how the author keeps them all straight in his head.

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By Trevor on 08-04-14

A few dark points but lots of high points

Would you listen to DEAD again? Why?

Yes of course they are great zombie books!

What was one of the most memorable moments of DEAD?

There is one very low point where Mr Brown does it again killing of a fav character! But finally he gave us a book with more good bits than bad!

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Taking the princess back to her home and Kevin watching and waiting until correct time to leave!

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

A certain death disappointed me but this is 'dead' get used to it, i liked ending of 1 pharaoh and another baddie hanging around :) you will understand when you listen/read.

Any additional comments?

I found the last book a little hard to follow but maybe i was on overload. <br/>The major groups were easier to follow in this book as there are a few less of them so we had more quality time with each of them, they are all getting a bit smarter and wiser so finally get better chance of survival, they getting as treacherous as the bad guys but at least hold moral ground when using tricky ploys to keep them alive.<br/>Yes we lost a major character in this book but for once the reader got just a bit more good news than bad :) not like Mr Brown though what he gives in one hand.......... Worried about the next book but can't wait to get into the story again! Brilliant Book! Thank you

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By Lucy on 09-28-14

Very dissapointed

If you’ve listened to books by TW Brown before, how does this one compare?

Having listened to the previous 5 books in the series I was a big fan of these books. Not ground breaking but entertaining enough. However, the author has added additions to the back story of the lead character Kevin. If he had been to survivalist camps then it really would have come up before. A lazy device and feels as though the author is getting bored. There have been hints of sexism in previous books, but it comes through strongly in this one. And, if you're going to quote anything, especially a classic Zombie film (Sean of the Dead) it's unforgivable to get the quote wrong - it's 'Dogs can't look up'.Really dissaopinted with this book - in fact I stopped listening it grated on me so much

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