The Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters

  • by Rhiannon Frater
  • Narrated by Erik Sandvold
  • 5 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Josh Rondell is 12 years old and known as the "living dead boy" due to his rampant love of all things zombie. As the head of the Zombie Hunters Club, he's obsessed with preparing for the zombocalypse. Though no one around him really believes that zombies will one day rise to devour the living, Josh is convinced it just might happen.
When zombies do shamble into his schoolyard, Josh finds himself the leader of the dwindling band of zombie hunters, and he is charged with protecting them all. Josh's baby brother, his closest friends, and the love of his young life try to survive as the undead take over their town. Trapped in his treehouse and surrounded by the dead, will Josh be able to save them all?


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Customer Reviews

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Please never let me hear this Narrator again!

What would have made The Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters better?

A different Narrator. The inflections on this guys voice is horrible. I don't know if a sample is offered, but before you purchase, get a sample listen.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Erik Sandvold?

Cassandra Campbell did the "As the World Dies" Trilogy and she did an acceptable job.

Any additional comments?

I really think I could have enjoyed this book more but was too distracted by the Narrator. I found myself mimicking what he was saying back to him while driving alone in my car, I was that annoyed.

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- FerSidhe

I absolutely couldn't take it any more.

What did you like best about The Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters? What did you like least?

What did I like best? Not much. What did I like least? There are so many children in this book crying out for their parents. And when you listen to "Mama!" and "I want my dad!" over and over and over and over and OVER again it just made me cringe until I shut the book off half way. I don't know how the book ends but I hope the damn kids got eaten.

If you’ve listened to books by Rhiannon Frater before, how does this one compare?

I haven't.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

His children's voice crying out for their parents. Over and over and over again. I just couldn't take it any more.

Did The Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters inspire you to do anything?

Not listen to anymore young adult zombie novels ever again. They're like regular zombie novels only more annoying.

Any additional comments?

If you hate the obnoxious children the next table over in the restaurant then SKIP this book.

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- Joseph

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2012
  • Publisher: Rhiannon Frater