Deadlocked 4 : Deadlocked

  • by A. R. Wise
  • Narrated by Corey Allen
  • Series: Deadlocked
  • 5 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It all ends here. The characters of the Deadlocked series have been through nearly unbearable challenges, but they're about to face the hardest yet. Kim has been taken by the cruelest, most vile person in the series, and it's up to Billy and Levon to save her. All the while, Laura fights for her life in the grip of the military as they perform tests on her daughter, Annie, that are risking the little girl's life. The conspiracy behind the rise of the zombie plague will be revealed as Reagan uncovers the horrible secret that led to the murder of six and a half billion people. The world hangs in the balance as one family fights to survive.


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Is there anything you would change about this book?

I would have picked another narrator. I have read other books that he read and this one didn't fit. He sounded the say with each character. If you miss the part where he says" said Billie" then I was lost. He tried to sound country for Billie sometimes but bad attempt. This was a little Charlie Brown too.

What did you like best about this story?

I got a little more detail about the infection. Also met a lot of interesting new characters.

How could the performance have been better?

I think the same narrator should have read the entire series like zombie fallout- Sean runnette. I like Christian rummel who read part 3.

Could you see Deadlocked 4 being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

I need more time to think about this one!

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- Tee Baby

Great story, bad narration

As the blurb points out, we will finally figure out whats going on and why everyone call themselves the "good guys". Great finish to this story line, as the next book takes off decades later which this book will set up, with the introduction of a new mysterious character.

The narrator, on the other hand, was lousy. He didn't even try to do different voices. He would be very monotone except he has an annoying habit where at the end of each sentence the first part of the last word goes up a notch and trails out. You can hear it in the blurb, like "eagle" in "desert eagle". I'd give him one star but I have in fact heard worse, like the narration he has done in other books which out of curiosity I had to try the samples of. The story is still listenable though.
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- Tilo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-28-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios