Audiobook Review: Dead Apocalypse: Tim Moon

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Dead Apocalypse

Narrated by Maxwell Zener

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐


You don’t expect the zombie apocalypse when you’re on vacation.

After a year of teaching English in South Korea, Ben Chase and his friend Ty are ready to experience adventure on the Big Island of Hawaii. From a shocking flight to a horrifying dinner date, they quickly find themselves in a nightmare surrounded by flesh-eating monsters.

The infection spreads virtually unchecked, forcing them into a daring fight for survival. When Ben is faced with a critical decision that places the fate of his friends in his hands, what he must do to save them is unthinkable…

Dead Apocalypse will leave your skin crawling as you follow Ben and his friends’ terrifying encounter with victims of the deadly Necrose-7A virus, and their desperate attempts to survive the doomed island paradise.

My Review

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Listening to Dead Apocalypse is hearing my worst ZA fear out loud, stuck on an airplane and people all around you are falling ill and that’s how we meet Ben Chase our reluctant hero, who rises above his pay grade in life when the zombie apocalypse follows him and his best friend Ty to the big island of Hawaii.

If you’ve been following me for any length of time you know I love a good zombie story and I’ve written reviews on several of them, this may lead you to think that there are plenty of decent zombie books out there… you would be wrong! I just refuse to waste my time writing about the plethora of god awful zombie books out there.

Tim Moon’s story is a breath of zombie stench free fresh air. I had to sit and cogitate awhile on why I liked this book so much and, other than the awesome narration by Maxwell Zener, who, I think has found his niche, it’s the pacing of the story, every time you breathe a sigh of relief, thinking they’ve escaped imminent danger, they’re unexpectedly thrown right back into the mayhem.

The production quality of this audiobook, which clocks in at just under 4 hours is good, there is one glaring error in chapter 2 where a whole sentence is repeated and of course it’s at the height of an intense scene, hopefully, it will be corrected, but it can’t take away the solid 4 star rating of this little gem.

The book is part of a series, the story wraps up nicely, but you just know this show ain’t over yet and I look forward to the next installment.

This audiobook was gifted to me exchange for an unbiased review!

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