Dead Meat

  • by Christopher Williams, Patrick Williams
  • Narrated by Kevin Stillwell
  • 10 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The city of River’s Edge has been quarantined due to a rodent-borne rabies outbreak. But it quickly becomes clear to the citizens that the infection is something much, much worse than rabies....
The townsfolk are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents “bees” for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny attempt to survive the chaos in River’s Edge while making their way north in search of sanctuary. No one knows what waits outside the quarantined zone, but Gavin and Benny know that to survive, they must escape.

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Audible Editor Reviews

Kevin Stillwell delivers a superb performance of the apocalyptic novel Dead Meat, by Christopher Williams and Patrick Williams. His clear, steady voice creates the perfect atmosphere for a story packed with thrills and horror. A rabies outbreak leads to a city called River’s Edge being quarantined, but the problem is much bigger than rats: the living dead begin cropping up in swarms, hungering for human flesh. Gavin and Benny attempt to journey north to find a safe haven. What awaits them beyond the quarantine zone?

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What the Critics Say

“Very clever and very sharp.” (dayofwoman.blogspot.com)
“An incredibly well written story that almost fools you into thinking that the world you are reading about is in fact real.” (freddyinspace.com)
“The action scenes are brilliantly thought out and expressed. I will have to give [it] a bloody 4 Undead Heads out of 5.” (Lyle Perez-Tinics, undeadinthehead.com)

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Customer Reviews

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Weird and Brutal!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Although I am not too deeply impressed with this book I will say I would not change anything in it either. To me the characters in the end were nothing more than cowardly psychopaths, perhaps this would be the reality of facing a outbreak, executions/extinction by the government, and a byproduct of nonstop fear and stress but just did not settle right with me. Perhaps this is the perfect Zombie book for all the bullies living in today's society.


Did Dead Meat inspire you to do anything?

Work on my own humanity.


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- Amanda H.

I couldn't get past the Bees

I really wanted to like this book...what a great title after all...but I just couldn't get past the characters referring to the zombies as bees. Beyond that the survivors seemed to spend more time fighting each other than they did fighting the undead. I generally like the genre, but if there was anything positive worth mentioning I must have daydreamed through it...it just didn't capture my attention.
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- Andrew J. Jackson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-27-2012
  • Publisher: Audible Studios