• The Twisted Series

  • The Complete Post-Apocalyptic Zombie Box Set
  • By: Kate L. Mary
  • Narrated by: Heather Firth
  • Length: 36 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Twenty years ago a deadly virus swept the globe, ravaging the population. People died and came back as monsters, and through the tragedy that rocked the world, survivors were born.

Get the follow up to the Broken World series in one complete in one box set! 

Twisted World
Twisted Mind
Twisted Memories
Twisted Fate

Catch up with old friends in this thrilling series that encompasses the two decades following the Broken World series. Learn what started the virus, and what became of our survivors after settling in Atlanta, while revisiting old friends and meeting new ones!

Suggested Listening Order:

The Broken World Series
Broken World
Shattered World
Mad World
Lost World
New World
Forgotten World
Silent World
Broken Stories

Alone: A Zombie Novel

The Twisted Series
Twisted World
Twisted Mind
Twisted Memories
Twisted Fate

The Oklahoma Wastelands
The Loudest Silence
The Brightest Darkness
The Sweetest Torment

Angus: A Broken World Novel

The Far Series
Far From Home
Far From Safe
Far from Lost

Zombie Apocalypse Love Story Novellas

©2021 Kate L. Mary (P)2021 Kate L. Mary

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Good ending but slightly controversial ideal

This was a great (supposed) ending to the story revolving around Vivian and Axl’s family/friends. Book 2 (or 1.5?) was a bit boring as I didn’t really care about Jackson’s point of view, only the information that his POV could give the reader (which wasn’t much of anything I didn’t already know or suspect).

My only complaint is that this book, and the series before it, promote this idea that fate is real and good things come despite the bad. I like the sentiment and how these books display both the good and bad parts of the world, but i don’t really like that the characters were okay with the bad just bc something good came out of it. Just my personal opinion, but I wish there was more of a sensitivity towards the bad things because the good things (even if REALLY good) don’t justify the bad things. I think it’s great that the characters were able to see the positives in their lives, but this mantra can become super toxic and negative if taken too much to heart (and just really isn’t for everyone!).

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Worst narrator ever

I honestly can’t listen to this. The narrator completely ruins it for me. I will try to read it instead but listening is painful.

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This book is written like a blind hamster typed it

Forrest Gump stupid MCs-check
nonsensical scenarios- check
strong independent women using men for safety and supplies- check

They should pay you to listen to this dumpster fire.

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very interesting

it was ok !! this story. the narrator isalso good!! was fine overall. wouldn't recommend.

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Character Development a shout out to the Author

I love Kate L Mary’s books. I love the way she builds her multiple layered characters. None are the same. My only complaint is her main character love stories all unfold the same- the bad boy who falls madly in love and wants to protect with the weak woman who becomes the baddass because she knows how to shoot
That being said- her development of Angus, Jane and Jake……A+ class writing