War of the Living : The Fall

  • by Joshua Guess
  • Narrated by Joseph Morton
  • Series: The Fall
  • 7 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the early days after causing the end of the world, Kell McDonald was just trying to survive. Time passed, and along with others, a new world grew. Society began to be rebuilt.
Years have passed since the mutated organism known as Chimera caused the dead to rise, and on the ashes of the old world, terrifying new forces have come into play. No longer simple mindless beasts, some of the undead have evolved, becoming stronger, smarter, and more dangerous than ever. They are nothing compared to the looming storm of living people, however, as a nation of starving men and women descend on Kell's new home to threaten everything he has grown to love.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Dialog increases, interest decreases.

Halfway through this book and I'm beginning to be less interested. The dialog is increasing more and more while the action decreases. I like a good zombie story, but explaining why Kell must hide his identity over and over is getting old. Contrary to the characters beliefs it doesn't seem like Kell is working on a cure at all. He thinks about it a lot, but working on it? I don't see it and I wonder why the others don't call him on it. Action picks up for the second half, thank goodness. The war with the UAS is over (maybe). Our main group of survivors feels the need to move on and find new sanctuary. Kell needs a lab and a place to get some work done. The thought crosses his mind that a cure may not be needed since the virus, Chimera, actually helps people heal faster and resist infection. It may be more beneficial to leave it alone. We'll see. Book four, Genesis Game, may hold the answer. Three.point.five for a long, drawn out story.
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- RJ

I want to like this book!

I gave this series a chance but i will not be going any farther. Each book did just enough to barely convince me to take a chance on the next. I just don't think this story and the narration is worth anothor credit. But with that being said neither the story not the narrator were horrible. Its just compared to the other great zombie books this series falls short.
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- T. Houseton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-22-2016
  • Publisher: Joshua Guess