Hell on Earth

  • by Tony Urban
  • Narrated by Eric Bryan Moore
  • 5 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When civilization ends - when hundreds of millions of the dead return to eat the living - how will the remaining humans survive?
One week ago, there were over 300 million people living in America. Today there are less than 5,000. After a man-made plague destroys the population, cities burn and the government crumbles when the dead come back to life as flesh-hungry zombies. Wim, a 30-year-old farmer, purposely kept himself cut off from other people, but when the undead arrive at his farm, intent on eating him, he's forced to venture out into the land around him and fight to save a world on which he long ago turned his back. Survivors from all walks of life - criminals and fry cooks, teenagers and soldiers - battle to survive zombies and each other as mankind races toward extinction.
Book one in the epic Life of Dead zombie apocalypse saga.


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Customer Reviews

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Not for me.

I tried a few times to listen to this but gave up at the 30% mark. This time I made it to 65% and gave up and am finally admitting defeat. I just couldn't get into this because I just can't connect with the characters, there are way too many, and I don't really care anymore about what happens to them. I had to rewind parts to see who was talking and at that stage I just had to give up.

Eric Bryan Moore had plenty of tones for the characters and read this well. I enjoyed his narration and will check out more by him.

I was voluntarily provided this audiobook for free from the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife


The opening scene really grabs you. Then the story slows a little but picks back up mid-way. Didn't necessarily like the way the characters were introduced so separately, but when they finally came together, it got good. Plenty of action.
The narrator does an excellent job. The characterization is great. Characters are very distinct and the performance was lively. Just really well done.
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- J and M

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-13-2017
  • Publisher: Thomas A Urban