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After all, thanks to his tireless efforts and the efforts of the other Night Sweepers, society has a fighting chance of recovering from the zombie apocalypse and being normal again.
Enter Jonathan Harbin, the son of the psychopath that made the virus that created the zombie horde. Emerging from obscurity, he claims to have created a new strain that could decimate the remaining populace of the planet. Suddenly everything Cray has fought for could be gone overnight. There's only one solution: Harbin has to go away. To do this, he's going to have to join forces with the stunning Mira Winston, a government agent with dark secrets of her own.
Thus begins a dangerous infiltration that will lead him to terrifying revelations and the brink of death. He will quickly learn his society is not what it seems, and that he's more connected to Harbin than he could ever have imagined.
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By Cheri on 05-28-16
Zombies And So Much More!
Zombie Apocalypse was an intriguing story with multiple twist that separates it from other zombie stories. The book moves at a steady pace, and has exceptional characters liked Cray and Mira. I love how a relationship grows between the two of them, while their mission takes them deeper into danger. Cray and Mira uncover many secretes that will affect them personally, and face dangers far worse than the "festers" Cray usually takes out.
John Pirhalla has a great voice, and does a good job on the narration. The characters are easily distinguishable, and have their own voice.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom dot com."
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By ATX-LH on 06-27-16
Excellent start to a fun series.
Would you listen to Zombie Apocalypse Aftermath: The Night Sweeper again? Why?
Yes. Initially when the book start I was not impress with the opening story. So I was kind of tuned out until Cray opened up about his life. The story then took off for me.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Mira. She is just a no nonsense kick ass zombie killer.
What about John Pirhalla’s performance did you like?
I thought John Pirhalla did a pretty good job narrating the different character voices. The honest truth, it was because of his narration that kept me listening to the story, and I am so very glad I did.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes, when Cray opened up about his young life and how his father treated him.
Any additional comments?
I am so glad I stuck with the book. Like I mentioned before the opening scene of the story did not catch my attention right away. I was very close to not finishing this book but the narrator kept me going. And I am glad I did. If you like the Zombie genre then this is definitely a good read. Can't wait for the next book.
*This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.*
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