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Lost Valley

Written by: Walt Browning
Narrated by: Bronson Pinchot
Length: 7 hrs and 47 mins

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Publisher's Summary

War has a way of following some people....

John Eric Carver and Shrek are a retired Navy SEAL war dog team, now living in the mountains outside of San Diego. Both man and dog thought their life was now settled, finding peace on the 40-acre ranch they had moved to. But life, and a mutated virus, changed all that. 

Now, they have to survive a worldwide pandemic. Taking refuge in a nearby Boy Scout camp, he leads a group of teens and their parents as they are forced to deal with infected creatures that are rapidly consuming the world. Will John and Shrek survive another war, or will this be the end of the line for the SEAL team?

©2019 Walt Browning (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • lawrence
  • 2019-04-24

took a chance

Dang this was good.
took a chance on the book because of Bronson Pinchot who did a fantastic job. being unfamiliar with the author I was surprised, it was some good writing. the story was sound and engaging. if you are looking for a new apocalypse series to start I recommend it. looking forward to the next book

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  • erick marsans
  • 2019-05-13

more extinction<br />

this was a worthy addition to the extinction cycle saga. loved every minute of the animal points of view.

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  • D.Streeter
  • 2019-06-05

Great story!

I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and changes from a typical zombie tale. I cannot wait to dive into the next book. Also great read by Pincho.

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  • Kindle Reader
  • 2019-04-30

Loved it!

You had me at Navy SEAL war dog team. The fact this is set in one of my favorite universes was icing on the cake. Great story, superb narration, and a thrilling plot. I can't wait for Satan's Gate!

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  • James
  • 2019-05-30

Whoa

Great book and it will keep you on the edge. These creatures are fast and evil. Great story from beginning to end.

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  • Robert Maddox jr
  • 2019-06-14

More!!!!

I am in LOVE with Shrek and this story line. There must be more!!!!! LOL Please God let this writer's imagination flourish and continue to shine !

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  • Janice
  • 2019-06-14

Here there be really scary zombies

I have had this book in my wishlist for a while but was hesitant, I have listened to several book ones in the past month which didn’t lead to me purchasing book two. Let me just say that I’m downloading book two and I haven’t even finished book one. A military created virus gone horribly wrong creating really scary fast moving zombies spreading a scary fast moving virus, creepy animal zombies, military alpha males who rescue and defend, and an awesome dog give life to this well written story. Bronson Pinchot excellently gives voice to the multiple points of view as they fight for survival, and succumb to the virus. I love that even the dog has a voice, most definitely worth the credit.

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  • Jasper
  • 2019-05-13

It was good

Overall I thought this book was ok, but there are some definite problems with the story and the writing. It has high Boomer energy. When the author used the term "rice burner" I was like, ok, grandpa wrote a zombie novel. Cool. They didn't learn about one of the boys being diabetic until after a week or so into the outbreak? That seemed unbelievable. Not sure about the background of the author but I'm assuming they aren't former military based on the trying too hard factor of the military terminology and the fact that the ranks and ratings of the Navy personnel didn't make sense. A Master at arms wouldn't be called that. They would be a MA1 or MA2 or MA3.. Same goes for the other ranks discussed in the book. If you're in the Navy, you don't refer to someone as a Master at arms. For those of us in the Navy, it's MA2 or an AT3 or MC1. I liked the story and the POV from the dog and coyote. It's an interesting take on the zombie genre. If you don't mind dated and low key racist terminology and a very caucasian story, this is entertaining.

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