• The Complete Double Dead

  • By: Chuck Wendig
  • Narrated by: T. Ryder Smith
  • Length: 13 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A vampire in Zombieland.

You wouldn't like Coburn. People don't, as a rule; he's not a nice man. And that's okay, because he doesn't like people much either. People are food. You see, Coburn's a vampire, and has been for close on a century. 

Five years ago, Coburn went to sleep - wasn't exactly planned - and he's just woken up to find most everybody in the world dead. And not cool, interesting dead like him; oh, no. Coburn looks basically human, and these guys...really don't. He likes blood, and they like flesh. He's smart; them, not so much. But they outnumber him by about a million to one, and their clotted blood cannot sustain him. Now he's starving, and on the run, and more pissed-off than a beestung rattlesnake. The vampire has to find blood, soon, and - like it or not - he's gonna have to keep an eye on the frail flesh-bags he finds it in. Time for the wolf to turn shepherd. No, Coburn doesn't like people. But he's gonna have to learn to. 

The Complete Double Dead collects Chuck Wendig's first novel and the follow-up novella, Bad Blood. Follow Coburn as he runs a gauntlet of supermarket cannibals, juggalos, super-zombies, and a ketamine-trip cult of zombie-worshipping New Age weirdos. It's a road that'll take him right back to himself, and onto the trail of his own vampiric sire. And on the way, he'll become something entirely new.

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You got so why not Vampires to?

Well written. I’ll listen to just about anything if it’s well written and engaging. The narrator’s voice for Coburn reminded me of Norm MacDondald which was great being that Coburn ‘s a sardonic and witty vampire. So for me the late Mr. Macdonald played Coburn in my mind. Loved it! Favorite moment in the story was when Coburn got the jump on some cannibals and when one asked “who are you”. Coburns reply was “I’m batman….no just kidding” and the he broke the guys neck. Hilarious!

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Yes just yes

Vampires, Zombies, zombie vampires, cannibals, and a Fox Terrier.
It is like Wendig entered my brain and made the story in which it desires. The narrator is the cherry on top. Dude is really good.

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Great story, EXCELLENT voice talent

The story is pretty entertaining -- a bit of a new spin on the zombie apocalypse genre -- and well-written. What motivated me to write a review was the narrator -- he's amazing. Really takes a great story to exceptional.

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  • 03-14-22

Good background noise

All of the characters are sort of meh, the story is boring in a lot of places, the narrator's voice can be irritating when not voicing the main character, in fact the main character is the best thing about this one, but he's mostly used for comic relief. overall it's not a great listen.