The Trinity : Adrian's Undead Diary

  • by Chris Philbrook
  • Narrated by James Foster
  • Series: Adrian's Undead Diary
  • 11 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A full year of blood and tears has passed for Adrian Ring. As the dead remain hateful, the living are more desperate than ever: Winter approaches, and supplies are dwindling.
Meanwhile the conflict with the monsters at the factory is reaching a boiling point. But Adrian won't have to fight alone. Kevin and Michelle, his unwitting compatriots in the scheme to save the world, are following signs and portents to make their way to a hero they don't yet know. To meet them Adrian will have to weather treachery, starvation, violent attacks...and, perhaps worst of all, the temptation of an easy way out.
The Trinity, the seventh book of Adrian's Undead Diary, splits the world wide open. The inner workings of good and evil - and what happened on "that day" in Washington, DC - will finally be revealed. The endgame begins.
The Trinity contains Adrian's diary entries from September 2, 2011, to December 22, 2011. It's also the home of the side fictions "White Blood Cell", "The Factory", "Dreams of a Dying Man", "The Road to Bastion", and "A Stranger Among Us".


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continue forward with Adrian

Remember that this is a review of the seventh book in a series, if you haven’t read or listened to the previous books, although I cannot imagine why you would do such a thing, you may find spoilers of the previous books in this review. Although this is much less of a review and more of me loving on the series, Chris Philbrook and James Foster.

More than likely you have already listened or read the books that came before this one and fell in love, like me, with this series. Now you are reading this review to see if you should continue forward with Adrian and his group of survivors. Well, if you do, you will not be disappointed. In fact you might be amazed with how much is going on in The Trinity. If you don’t, you are seriously missing out. Here we get to watch one of the greatest zombie apocalypse coming to its precipice.

This book starts off with a very satisfying and extended action scene. Of Adrian and all laying siege to the headquarters of a rival band of survivors. At the end of which the unthinkable happens. I mean jeez. I loved the major POV change at this point. The whole tone of the story changed for a bit.

Mixed in are stories from the other two members of the trinity that Adrian is a part. Of how they found on another to all three of them being in the same base.

We also find out what is really going on, with the zombies and all. Basically is is the war to end all wars between, for lack of better words, God and Satan. The Trinity is the three warriors that God gets and you can guess who gets the horde of undead.

Other than all of that, much of the story is the telling of the fortifications that Adrian and all are doing to their base. Getting ready for the final chapter.

I know I glossed over a lot here. But I am making sure that I give nothing away. If you have enjoyed the previous books in this series you will love The Trinity. I found it to be one of the more action packed of them all.

I have a weird feeling that I know what is going to happen in the next book. I am not going to say anything more, in case I am wrong. I will say that it involves Cassie. My version will be absolutely tragic.

Oh, James Foster. What more can I say about you that I haven’t already? Turns out, not much. Without Foster the series would not be what it is and therefore he is indispensable. He breaths so much life and emotion into every single word of Philbrook’s.

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Great series and book 7 doesn't disappoint

Where does The Trinity rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

as a series, it's in the top 5

What did you like best about this story?

I was just glad to have another book in the series to read

What about James Foster’s performance did you like?

all of it, he did a great job

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

not really

Any additional comments?

book 8 is preordered

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-14-2015
  • Publisher: Chris Philbrook