“I didn't see Rebecca die the second time.”
The United States military hides a secret: the completely real existence of one-bite-and-you're-dead zombies. An elite Special Forces unit has known they exist for over a hundred years, and has been quietly and expertly keeping the monsters at bay… until now.
The sole survivor of the massacre at Fall Creek joins this elite unit to combat the single greatest threat our world has ever known. Even as victories over the walkers mount, true evil still lurks in the hearts of men, and at the last, only a brave few may survive.
A character-driven story similar to The Walking Dead on AMC, The Dying of the Light: End was a Top 5 Finalist in Kindle Book Review's “Best Indie Books of 2012” competition. The sequel, Interval, is now available.
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Great story, perfect for listening
Kristopher’s writing is engaging, and he fills this story with a number of compelling, interesting characters. I found it enjoyable, a perfect combination of suspense, drama, emotion, action, and..zombies! The storyline and characters makes for some great entertainment.
Narration by Ciulla really made this even more enjoyable. His diction and pacing is superb, and he brought dimension and believability to each character. It's amazing how the right narration can really complement a great story, adding to the experience.
Ciulla is definitely one of my favorites, and his performance was excellent as always. I especially loved his work in this story because of the wide range of characters he portrayed. Each character was brought to life thanks to Ciulla.
No, but I never do. I prefer to listen during my work hours, when I spend 8 hours in front of a computer.
A great story by Kristopher, improved with the storytelling by Cillua. Fantastic experience.
- Sandra K. "ivy s"
Great listen for any Zombie fan!
The Dying of the Light: End definitely ranks in my top 5! The narrator, Chris Ciulla, keeps it fun and makes you want to keep listening even when it gets a little hokey.
The main hero in the book, David, was a great character. Some cheesy lines but overall quality.