Hissers II

  • by Ryan C. Thomas
  • Narrated by Shawn Zuzek
  • 6 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When a plane crashed in the quaint town of Castor, it unleashed a virus that turned everyone into hissing, blood-thirsty, undead monsters. Monsters that could transmit their plague in seconds, that could run as fast as dogs, and that could fuse themselves together to create massive mutated beasts. Four teens - Connor, Seth, Amanita, and Nicole - fought for their lives to secure vital data from the plane wreckage, some of them paying the ultimate sacrifice.
Now they need to get to San Diego with their secret, but the plague is spreading too fast. They have no friends or family, nowhere to hide, and death lurks behind every corner. Worse, the hissers are evolving, and it may be impossible to stop them at all.

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Hissers II is a Howl!

Hissers was one of the first novels I listed to on Audible and it got me hooked. Hissers II is a fantastic action packed, high speed, undead mutant zombie adventure follow up. In this sequel Thomas picks up almost exactly where the first book ends. The characters are still running, as hard as they can, from the creatures which are not really zombies but the victims of human genome experiments gone mad. The characters have little time to contemplate the difference however as they dodge their way across the country hoping to get the research (found in book one) that created the things to a genetics lab and a group of top scientists that they hope will still be there when they arrive. The story is still told from the perspective of the kids, although more adults are present this time, which keeps things focused and prevents overthinking the situation. Shawn Zuzek provides the narration and does an excellent job with the voices.

Full disclosure – after I griped about some military aspects of book 1 the author, Ryan Thomas, asked me to consultant on the sequel. So, I read a draft and provided military related recommendations for the paperback release of Hissers II. This was a few years ago, however, and I was excited to see it had made its way to Audible. I picked it up and was reminded what a fun book it was. I listened to the whole thing in just a few days. Take away – even if I weren’t involved I’d say Hissers I & II are fun books to read (or listen to) and hard to put down. The cliff hanger ending makes me really hope the author is working on Hissers 3!

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- John

Good book

I hope I don't have to wait to long for book 3 in the series. Both book one and two were great.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-22-2017
  • Publisher: Grand Mal Press