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Editorial Reviews

Narrator Luke Daniels has a strong voice that manages to convey all manner of emotions, and his expressive performance adds to the addictiveness of this story about the rise of a zombie horde. 16-year-old Xander, must fight his way to Port Hueneme, where he hopes to find his brother. He is accompanied by a 12-year-old comic book geek, as well as a moody child celebrity, and Daniels gives lots of humor and personality to each voice. Listeners will find their interactions truly entertaining.
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Publisher's Summary

When 16-year-old Xander's older brother, Moto, left him at Vandenberg Airforce Base he only had one request - don't leave, no matter what. But there was no way he could have known that zombies would gather in groups big enough to knock down walls, and take out entire buildings full of people. That was before the rise of the horde! Now Xander is on the run, fleeing south to Port Hueneme to locate his brother, with nothing but his martial arts training and the katana blade left to him. Along the way, he'll have to fight for his life against other survivors, neo-Nazi's, outlaw bikers, gang bangers, cannibals, cult members, and a seemingly endless sea of flesh hungry zombies.
But Xander is far from alone. Traveling with him are Benji, a 12 year old comic book geek, and Felicity Jane, a childhood celebrity with wild mood swings. Will they make it in one piece to the safe zone - or will they become the next meal for a hungry horde of wild zombies? Zombie Attack! Rise of the Horde is filled with pulse-pounding, undead action, from the very first chapter until the bitter end. From rock stars and celebrities, to false prophets and miracle workers, this audiobook has it all! The story takes off like a bullet and doesn't slow down until the very last sentence.
©2012 Devan Sagliani (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Tilo on 06-12-14

Should really be better

Its a pretty well written book and good narration, I just had difficulty with the story. I had some difficulty with the "hero" because he has anger issues and doesn't seem to be very thoughtful, but that's because hes just a kid. I don't like kids in stories, but they weren't terribly annoying.

As you read in the blurb, his base got run over and he's trying to find his brother, along with an even younger side kick he feels obligated to protect. So typically, on his way there, he meets up with one group after the other...

Soon after the fall of the base, two brothers save his life and rather than being thankful this silly alpha dominance struggle ensues. I don't think he said thanks, just got all angry, literally the second after they shot the zombies about to eat him. Same thing happens later on, he gets "caught" twice by quirky groups. They have their "issues", but its not like they want to put him in a pot and eat him. They give him a safe place to sleep, eat and rest and he just gets all up in their face. Amazingly they try to placate him, except the one time where one in their group ran off and got himself killed and they were all put in "jail". I was like uh? They didn't do anything, the one who did something stupid died, why jail the rest?

I can't think of any "twist" in this book, kinda standard fare, but thats ok, most "twists" are pretty dumb.

I liked the narrator for the most part, but two of the characters were similar, sounding kinda dopey and one was the voice of Xanders brother but didn't sound like family at all.

Still, the actual writing is pretty good and I'll invest in the next book in the series. Maybe Xander will grow up and use his anger only when he needs to. And the authors already jammed all the zombie cliches in this book, so maybe he can focus more on just one good story.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Shelley on 10-23-13

This book is awful. Don't buy it, I'm returning it

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

This was rated as four stars by someone so i was expecting a decent book. This is not it. It is unoriginal and boring. It seems to have copied most pieces of dialog and plot from other books. If there's an original thought I didn't find it.

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7 of 13 people found this review helpful

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4 out of 5 stars
By Ateeq Akhtar on 12-27-15

good gripping story

I enjoyed the book reason being it was full off mystery and suspense almost every chapter was something different.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Luffy on 10-27-17

cliche story like old 80s TVseries

totally wasting time and money to listen this story. main character acting like 12 yrs old boy and try to rescue people without plan, experience and purely rely on luck as his is main character so he won't die and all enemies are stupid enough to let him live.
Sure, he is main character, so pretty girl has to love him. Group leader has to sacrifice everything to recruit him because he has "leadership quality" and enemy who hold gun won't kill him but listen to whatever he has to offer and accept.

Not even remotely close to reality.

overall, it's just okay. but there 1/3 time the narrator's voice is so low and you can't hear it at all. I have to turn volume up to crazy level and turn it down when I switch to different book later.

Wasting time and money. If you just like drama like daily soap-op back in 80's, maybe give it go.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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