Hellspawn Odyssey (Volume 2) : Hellspawn

  • by Ricky Fleet
  • Narrated by Jonathan Johns
  • Series: Hellspawn
  • 8 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kurt Taylor and his family have battled the living and the dead and now find themselves on the run, their home reduced to ashes. With unimaginable horror lying in wait around every corner, the onset of winter and the plunging temperatures only add more danger to their precarious existence. They decide to forge ahead and try to reach the protection of others who have hopefully survived the zombie apocalypse. If this fails, their only choice would be to try and reach an impregnable fortress, a sanctuary that has stood for a 1,000 years. Standing between them and salvation are the villages and cities of the damned, a path that will test their spirit and resilience unlike anything they have faced before. More companions are rescued from the jaws of death and join them in their perilous journey. Mysterious attacks befall the group and it becomes clear the dead aren't the only things that lurk in the darkness.
Tempers fray and personalities clash. The group starts to fracture and Kurt is forced to commit acts that cause him to question his own morality. Can they survive the horror of their new existence? Will they want to? The Hellspawn saga continues.


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Another fascinating read!

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I loved this book as much as the first in the series. There are characters you love to love and characters you love to hate! Looking forward to the next book!

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- A. Carpenter

only gets better

Ricky Fleet has delivered a 2nd book in this series that keeps your emotions jumping, with characters like Kurt, Braydon, amongst others like Debi, and Mike, this book had me screaming out loud, giggling, excited, and wanting to cry....Ricky Fleet, Bravo, can't wait for number 3.
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- HL

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-02-2017
  • Publisher: Optimus Maximus Publishing