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Publisher's Summary

White Lie: The Orphans Book Four begins almost a year into the apocalypse. The Orphans new and old have been training but are not ready for the challenges ahead. After one white lie, chaos erupts, leaving the kids on the brink of hell and death. The four of them must fight their way back out of hell. Have they learned enough to make it? Get Orphans 4 to see who survives!
©2016 Mike Evans (P)2016 Mike Evans
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By Dreamer on 07-25-17

this is my favorite

Imagine my delight with another Orphan's book out on audible AND having the great voice of Eric A Shelman in my head. This by far is my favorite book out of the series even though I got my heart broken. Lots of action and things you never see coming. I was blindsided in White Lies for sure. As with all of the Orphans series on audible, I have listened to White Lies at least 8 times and will never get tired of it. I didn't think the series couldn't get any better but add Mr. Shelman in there and I am one happy fan.

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By CLOregon on 04-11-17

Home Run!

Where does White Lie rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This was one of the better zombie books for sure

What other book might you compare White Lie to and why? was a very unique book

What about Eric A. Shelman’s performance did you like?

He did a great job. All the different voices flawlessly

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I felt sorry for the kid who told the white lie

Any additional comments?

This book is part of one of the best zombie series I've ever read and it is quite possibly my favorite in the entire series. Which I might add, surprised me quite a bit. Typically, by the fourth book an author begins to run out of ideas. Not so here. This book ended up being the most compelling one of them all.

The characters in this story have been in this situation for a long time (three books) and have been stuck in a military base for a few months at this point. As one might expect, the teens get stir crazy and one boy gets this bright idea of leaving the base for the day. As you can imagine, this is a remarkably bad idea that stirs up a hornet's nest of trouble for everyone in the book, in ways he never would have anticipated.

I absolutely loved this concept. This is a completely real move, exactly what would happen in a military base full of teens (or even adults). A brilliant move, in my opinion. In regards to the over-all quality, this book is very human with characters that are complex and likable. The story is also fast-paced and unpredictable. A very enjoyable read, I honestly couldn't put it down.

The narrator, by the way, does a great job. He does a great job doing all of the different voices.

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