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There has been a major upheaval at Mount Weather. The president has been assassinated. Her running mate, who was her husband, is sworn in as president in order to preserve democracy, but in only a short time his behavior has put the Mount Weather community in a state of turmoil. 

If that wasn't bad enough, Chinese soldiers have been discovered on American soil and the zeds, already an ever present danger, are continuing to show signs of cognition and teamwork. The motives of both are unknown but do not bode well for the survivors.

©2021 David Achord; Severed Press (P)2021 Tantor

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Sick of the weird female characters...

Sick of the weird super badass female character type. Is every female an amazing killer after one or two days of training? Yes. Are they all super duper strong willed and sassy? Yep! This series started out amazing but the author has slipped into bleak laziness when it comes to character development. It has just began to rely bad characters and no story line. Nicky was just to much...

I didn't even finish the book. The others were really good. This one phoned it in.

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Loosing me David..

The first few stories in this series are my absolute favorite. As it goes on though I find it stalling out. The characters are not being developed anymore, the plot lines are rushed and under developed. While I like that this book didn’t rely on Zach as much it introduces him at a very bizarre time and is frankly, lame. The dreams and telepathy are going to ruin this series. Might as well listen to Tufo if I wanted some truly hot garbage.
Hopefully Mr. Achord can get back on track in the next one. As soon as this one became interesting, BAM the Chinese are turned into zombies and no one cares to follow up.
The villain comes out of nowhere and throws everything away to get Zack. I feel like every villain does this in this series. It gets tiresome. I do love the Melvin and True storyline, these are good characters who I hope are further developed in the next book.

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Fantastic continuation!

Pretty depressed I finished this so quickly! Takes a while to get used to not hearing from Zac and the family because 90% this book is centered around Mount Weather and the chaos they are enduring but it feels good when they get it straightened out... I am dying to hear more about Dong, Clay, Zac and his new home!

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Mostly filler for the next book?

There wasn’t much action in this book and any anticipated action I was looking forward to was ended abruptly without any fanfare. This book has to be a set up for future stories (I’m really hoping!) but if it’s not and the rest of the series is this slow it won’t go well for book sales. I still enjoyed it but found myself drifting off while listening.

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Wasn’t to bad

Good story but was extremely disappointed that Zack wasn’t in this book until the end I just would’ve liked it if he was in the story a little more

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Ok...but

Plenty of action tying up the cliffhanger from the previous book, but it really left me wanting more Zach. That is, until Zach shows up. I'm then left with this feeling like maybe my love-affair with Zach is over. With his perfect recall, his perfect shooting, etc.
Graham Halstead nailed it as usual.

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good book turned real bad

man this series turned into trash! first three book were great but after that it went way down hill. you get the same exact character with a different name every book! whars up with all the crazy femals on her and all the contradictions? don't waist your time I will stopped a chapter 3 t book 8.

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Outstanding Author, Great Narrator

This is probably the best series of books written in the zombie genre and all 8 were well worth the money. One thing that I feel separates David Achord from other authors is the way he gives his characters such detailed descriptions, whether he describes their appearance or mannerisms, so the listener is able to visualize the characters better.

Graham Halstead really does a good job narrating each character with their own personality and accent. It really makes the listener feel attached the the characters.

Last but not least, this series does not just follow the same old traditional zombie-tale-structure and format. The Author really keeps the story exciting and is really evolving the genre.

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Feels like a well written filler episode.

As I’m sure plenty of readers (listeners) are fans of the genre. I draw quite a few parallels to The Walking Dead story arc, and not just in this book specifically. Without giving too much in the way of spoilers; Crazy leader taking things too far, central focus on building up a society, an outside force making an appearance, Main character conveniently unaccounted for, and the drama that ensues from there. That being said, I in no way mean to degrade the quality of this book. My only real complaint is that my favorite characters didn’t have as much chapter time as I’d like.

All that being said. I felt like this was a classic TWD season ending. It leaves you with questions as to how things will unfold. I personally feel like the placement of this story was perfect to set up the next book for a lot of interesting plot points. As in, what’s going to happen with the “outside force” going forward. I’m willing to bet Zach will investigate. Also, will Zach decide to move forward with the community or go back into his self imposed isolation from mount weather?!

Definitely worth the credit if you’re a fan of the series.

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They keep getting better

The title says it all. I just needed 15 words, words, words, words, words, words....

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  • D. Atherton
  • 10-29-21

Not much Zac, but very good

A bit obvious at times, but enjoyable nonetheless. A good mix of both enjoyable and irritating characters anll well delivered by Graham Halstead.

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  • Ian St Leon
  • 01-22-22

The Story Continues

This is an excellent instalment in this series. The pacing of the story is great, it keeps you engaged and interested the entire time. This book gives plenty of questions for the next book, but leaves you satisfied.

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  • marcus woodlock
  • 01-03-22

An engrossing listen!

Thanks David and Graham!
I’ve listened to all 8 books and I am still wanting more, call me greedy, but you’re mission is being achieved. I am engaged… please write more. This has potential to go anywhere! Thanks again from Australia (oz)