- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: David A. Simpson
- Audible.com Release Date: February 3, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MRCB05T
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Zombie Road: Convoy of Carnage Audiobook – Unabridged
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The sub plots follow Gunny's wife, Lacy, in a high-rise in Atlanta and her fellow workers as they try to survive, and his son, Jessie, as he does the same with those other students locked in detention with him.
Ham operators join up and provide status updates of their particular city / country, and then finally hook-up with a US general in an underground bunker at Norad. The world is in a bad way because all the nuclear reactors will soon have a meltdown and contaminate the planet with radiation. However, those who are eventually blamed for releasing this virus are also expected to band together and stop all the meltdowns, so this is something the truckers and others shouldn't have to worry about. When I got to that part of the story, I watched as the plot headed way out into left field for plausibility. Foul Ball? Won't know for sure until I read the next installment.
The truckers do a fantastic job modifying their trucks - a la Mad Max - and begin slicing and dicing the zombies en route to their destinations which is a unique way of killing the infected. Oh, I also forgot to mention that these zombies are superfied and can run almost 20 mph, never fatigue, are stronger than ever, and never give up.
The groups first seemingly routine rescue mission of a fellow truckers' family is far from routine and almost gets everybody killed. I enjoyed Zombie Road and can recommend it to others within the genre who want a change from the norm.
John Podlaski, author
'Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel' and 'When Can I Stop Running?'
The characters are great and there was many a moment where I burst out laughing.
With three different story lines going at once, each one as enjoyable as the last, I couldn't put the book down.
If David Simpson could pump out this series in David Axler like frequency I would be very happy! Please keep them coming.
This story is a lot of fun. Don't know how feasible any of the stuff with the trucks are, but it's zombies so I'll believe it works for now.
The characters are great and seem to come alive.
About to dive straight into book two.
I recommend this book.
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going for book 2 right now...
I would recommend this book at anyone that enjoys a really good zombie book.
I look forward to reading the next one.
I have read countless novels from the zombie apocalypse genre, and "Zombie Road: Convoy of Carnage" easily falls into the top ten.Read more