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Publisher's Summary

It has been 12 years since the dead began to walk. The Earth is overrun with the rotting corpses of humanity that swarm through the lands and devour everything in their path. The cities have become graveyards, their tall buildings morphing into giant, crumbling tombstones that watch over the carcasses of civilization while small clusters of the living hide amongst the ruins.
The base is surrounded and running low on supplies, ammunition, and, above all, hope. As the people within the fortress walls slowly suffer the same fate that has befallen the rest of the world, they realize that the time has come for them to leave. Under the leadership of Tina, the survivors must confront their worst fears and venture out into the infested wasteland to find a new place to live before it is too late.
Stan and his men are also searching for a new beginning. With virtually nothing left for them to scavenge during their raiding parties to the shore, they need to look elsewhere, but they cannot do it alone. Seeing no other choice, they launch one final and daring mission to the mainland in a bid to ensure their continued survival.
©2016 Luke Duffy (P)2016 Luke Duffy
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4 out of 5 stars
By Damon on 09-22-16

worst English accent ever

Would you consider the audio edition of The Dead Walk the Earth: Part IV to be better than the print version?

Did not read print

What other book might you compare The Dead Walk the Earth: Part IV to and why?

none other. The guy doing the reading is impossible to ignore

How did the narrator detract from the book?

His terrible accent

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It angered me that the audible people could not be bothered to find someone competent to do the reading

Any additional comments?

Story is ok

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3 out of 5 stars
By Lori on 08-24-16

Entertaining Classic Zombie Story

Any additional comments?

This is book 4 in the series, I have not listened to the previous installments of the series. While it wasn't really a problem to follow the story line, I think my enjoyment of the story would have been that much more had I read the previous installments and had more of a connection to the characters through their backstories. At some point I would like to read the previous books in the series.

Entertaining and enjoyable classic zombie apocalypse story that is in it's 12th year after the collapse of civilization. This story happens to take place in and around England. The pockets of humanity that have managed to survive this far are struggling even more as time goes by. The situations the survivors find themselves in are realistic. In a constant struggle to survive can they find any place that is safe?

What an epilogue.

Andrew B. Wherlen did a great job with the narration. Nice voice, easy to listen to for hours on end. Smooth even pace of narration. Great character voices. Always enjoyable listening to his narration.

Repeated line in chapter 6, about 38 min in.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom

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