- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 29 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Road To Babylon Media LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: May 18, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XUYRCRC
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The Walls of Lemuria: A Purge of Babylon Novel Audiobook – Unabridged
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Keo, a sort of hitman and Norris an ex cop from Florida, these two hold it all together.
Okay so back to day one when all hell broke lose and the nightmare started, the unfortunate thing is I know as a reader how to kill them and what they don't like, I am getting frustrated and want to shout at the page to help them. Not to be , the new guys have to learn the hard way, just like the first book this one doesn't let you take a breath.
Bad guys, good guys and the ghouls, one problem after another, but it all adds to the excitement.
Sam Sisavath has done it again, wonderful story, real bad killers and a psychopath add to the story, characters getting killed, and now they are all on the run.
What's not to like.
Keo, Gillian and the survivors battle the ghouls and then get separated in an attempt to escape not only ghouls, but humans who turn out to be just as bad. The rest is history as Keo heads out to find where Gillian escapes to.
This two book "Lumuria" series was a very nice interlude between books 3 & 4 of the Purge series. It started out strong, intense and full of action. The reader is introduced to Keo, a man of mystery who seems to have a darker past than what is depicted. One senses that he was probably a 'hit man', definately a mercenary working for some sort of black ops secret organization. Keo meets up with Norris, and together, they work their way toward known and unknown destinations.
Keo and Norris put their skills and mental capabilities to use as they strive to survive on a daily basis. They are constantly trying to piece things together, but not having enough information to properly fit the puzzle together. They help save several others, one of which is Gillian. Her and Keo become close and a relationship forms. But then...circumstances seperate them, and to survive, they have to weigh their options to achieve survival.
Weeks turn into months as Keo and Norris do their best to survive while being tracked and hunted down, and at the same time, finding places to hide during the night from the undead. A mysterious group is trying their best to kill them...and they don't yet know or understand why. It all comes together and makes sense once they run into some of the groups fighters, then it all becomes clear as to why a single man, the leader of the group, wants Keo & Norris dead.
This story is an exciting action packed two part book that should keep any reader turning the pages and wondering how it's all going to come to fruition for Keo, Norris and the mystery group. These two books can be read as stand-alone novels. However, I personally recommend one start at the beginning of the Purge series with book one.
I cannot believe how so many have read just the first Keo book, or both Keo books, and then can't realize why they don't understand the premise of the story line. Well, that's because these two books were written along the same exact premise as the Purge series. To fully understand the premise of the Keo series, one would have to read the first three books of the Purge series to understand how a lot of the story line ties into together. Don't over analyze the entire Purge series by just reading these two books...it's only going to be confusing.
Many have stated that they don't understand how the zombies, ghouls, undead became the way they did. Again...the author has not yet brought the reader to that part of the story. I'm in book 4 of the Purge series, and it still has not been divulged as to how it all came about, how the initial ghouls turned why it was incorporated in the first place. That's one of the interesting things about this series, imho. I believe, eventually, the author will bring this mystery to unfold and appease the reader to how it all began and for what purpose. Patience and stead fast reading will get one there.
If you want to read a good yarn about people trying to survive against seemingly insurmountable odds, this two book series will get you turning the pages. Just don't judge the entire Purge series based on these two Keo books. And just so one is aware; Keo continues on into the 4th book of the Purge series.
No, I am not personal friends of the author, nor do I know him from any other venue. I just believe in providing as honest a critique and review of a book(s) as possible, providing fairness towards the author, and to provide input to anyone else who may be contemplating whether they want to read this series or not. If one so chooses to read the entire series, I trust you will be entertained and will enjoy this series as much as I have. Just remember one thing; It's fiction...so be flexible in thought and reality.
And last, but not least. It has been a GREAT experience to read a lengthy series such as this without constant spelling and grammar errors. It's relaxing to know that one can pick up a novel from an Indy author and know they will not have to conduct personal reading interpretations due to left out words, words used out of context or the wrong spelling of words. (i.e., their/there/they're)
Something turned most of the population into undead people eaters. Exactly what isnt made clear, and that's fine. Who cares? THis has been done a zillion times and it's boring, so i am glad Sisavath steered clear of it.
The action follows Keo, and a small band of survivors as they attempt to live through each night when the zombie hordes are active. Nothing is ever simple, and true to form in books like this they spend as much time fighting off renegade humans as the undead.
What makes this book worthy of a five-star rating is the excellent characterization and dialogue. It is top-notch all the way through and keeps you clicking the kindle.
highly recommended. I plan to get the sequel
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Read all of the books if you can!