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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Customer Reviews

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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

More Hissers = Must run faster!

The first Hissers book was released in Audible on 07-26-11 and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I have read/listened to a great deal of undead themed books, but the unique aspects of Hissers and the unexpected twists made it a story that has stuck with me. I have been checking the Audible library on and off over the past 5+ years hoping to find the 2nd Hissers book. I was so excited that Audible finally added Hissers II: Death March on 06-22-17, which is the second book of the expected trilogy!

If you liked the first book getting the second one is a no brainier, and if you have not read the first Hissers book, STOP NOW and go get it!

The biggest issue with Hissers II is that it is simply too short and after such a long wait I was hoping to get more. That being said, I did enjoy the 2nd installment to the continuation of the Hissers story. I was pleasantly surprised that even though the second book had a different narrator the transition between books was fairly smooth as Shawn Zuzek did a good job of integrating his narration with that of the first book.

Hissers II definitely requires the reader be willing to stretch the limitations of reality and there are quiet a few situations that are challenging to accept, but if you are willing to allow yourself to simply jump in and go with it, the ride is fast paced and entertaining. I really have enjoyed both Hissers books and I am hoping that the wait for the third book will not be as long of a wait as it has been for the 2nd one!
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- Anthony

Book Details

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