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The dead rose. We fell.

But not everyone thinks the war for survival is over. Heroes rise in times of crisis, and Still of Night tells their stories....

Dahlia- A bullied high school girl with a love for edged weapons goes from victim to powerful leader as the zombie apocalypse sweeps through her world.

Rachael Elle continues her journey from comic-con cosplayer to actual hero as she encounter a community with a dark and terrible secret.

Captain Joe Ledger and his best shooters, Top and Bunny, head to an overrun San Diego to try and save a possible cure for the virus that is bringing the dead back to unnatural life.

And in the wilderness, Joe, Dahlia, and Rachael Elle will come face-to-face with savage gangs, an army of the living dead, and the mysterious and deadly Old Man Church.

The final battle unfolds in a little town called Happy Valley, where the residents have found their own unique and terrible way to survive the end of the world. But a war is coming, and no one will escape the last great war between the living and the dead.

Still of Night is the fourth book in NY Times best seller Jonathan Maberry’s best-selling Dead of Night series. George A. Romero called Dead of Night and its sequel, Fall of Night, “The official prequel to NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD as far as I’m concerned.”

©2018 Jonathan Maberry, Rachel Lavin (P)2018 Journalstone Publishing

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  • Liv
  • 2018-12-14

So excited!

I adore the Joe Ledger series, and his Night series is the only zombie book series to terrifying me so totally it’s hard to re-listen to them (and that’s a compliment). So when he announced a cross over, and it was read by the legendary voice of Joe himself? Excuse me as I scream in total joy.

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  • S A
  • Portland, OR USA
  • 2018-12-12

Ledger and Zombies

Joe meets the Walking Dead and mayhem and gore ensue. This is a great continuation of the series and has some surprises and twists. I especially enjoy Mr. Church making an appearance.
If you like Joe Ledger and or zombies, you'll love this book!
Oh and of course Ray Porter delivers. He is the voice of Joe Ledger, there can be none other!

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  • Robert
  • 2018-12-28

Chock full of Ledger-ly goodness!

I unknowingly did myself the favor of not looking into what and more importantly who I might encounter when I picked up "Still of Night". I'm generally pretty picky with my audio book choices but with Jonathan Maberry I seldom give it a second thought. With Still of Night if I was expecting anything it would have been expecting some history behind the " Benny Imura" series and that would have been fine. I could not have been more pleased about being wrong! I'm not going to risk any spoilage beyond this... If you are anything like the Ledger fan(atic) I am when you hear the words "You can listen, you can run away or you can die" you will immediately remember how Mr. Maberry got you as addicted to the adventures of "ECHO TEAM" as you've become!

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  • Fractal
  • 2019-01-29

Couldn't ask for more.

Another masterpiece in Jonathan's version and ongoing tale of how the dead rose. Three short stories that fill in some important gaps and a nail biting novella that leaves us begging for more and gives us back another favorite character from the Ledger world. Please keep them coming sir, we appreciate every word you write.

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  • Jan-Michael
  • BURLINGTON, CT, United States
  • 2019-01-28

This is the story most Joe Ledger fans have been dying to hear!!!

As a fan of the Joe Ledger series, you always wondered what would happen if Joe or Mr. Church ended up in a SHTF scenario. Well this is it. Definitely a great story and I love the cameos of old Joe Ledger series characters. PLEASE continue this story line ASAP. It is what all the fans have wanted.

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  • Hans
  • 2019-01-28

More more and more

I have to tell you I am a big fan of the JOE Ledger series
Great story and great narration
I can’t wait I need more more and more

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  • Terrie
  • ANNAPOLIS, MD, United States
  • 2019-03-09

Maberry's Best Book Ever!

I have now listened to it three times! The book involves so many beloved characters in ways the listener has never encountered before. I agree it could be read by a newbie to the mayhem of Maberry, however I strongly suggest some back ground reading to get the most out of this most exciting book!!

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  • Peter
  • Fleming Island, FL, United States
  • 2019-01-07

Mixed Blessing

Be aware, the cast of characters are an infantile SJW wet dream. If you can get beyond that, the writing is good and Ray Porter maintains his position as my number one, favorite narrator.

JM is obviously trying to woo Hollywood with his stories these days, but hasn’t seemed to notice Hollywood is progressively alienating its customer base.

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  • Rufus
  • 2019-04-26

He did it again have a great story short

Re Porter does it again he is Joe ledger In the other short stories are excellent looking forward to reading the next volume or should I say listening

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  • Eugenia
  • Chatsworth, CA, US
  • 2019-04-22

Wonderful Joe Ledger

The moment I saw this Joe Ledger book, I got it. This is a very effective thriller involving one of my favorite themes of all time: zombies and zombie apocalypse!
I love the dog, Baskerville. However, I remained anxious that nothing would happen to him. In countless movies and books, when you see a dog or cat, you just know something is going to happen to them. Whew! Baskerville is fine.
And what a great character of Mr. Church. I root for the old guy who can do much more than the youngsters.
And I listened intently to all the instructions on how to defend yourself against horrible bad guys, be they the living or the living dead. I mean, you never know.
Oh, and I can't fail to mention one of my most favorite scenes when Ledger gives the horrible evil president his comeuppance. I totally get the reference.
And some excellent other characters who are fully realized with detailed backgrounds. I loved that they weren't all gorgeous and sexy women who could suddenly kick-ass. They were real people, some overweight, some insecure, but all who learned to find their inner strength and their inner kick-ass-ness.
Loved the whole concept of Happy Valley with its cruel and bigoted society.
The only one thing I didn't care for was the prologue with the author recounting some of his thoughts. Hearing this before listening to the book was very distracting and took away from the reality of the story. Perhaps it should have been at the end.
And do I need to heap more praises on Ray Porter? He is the voice of Joe Ledger. But he also does an excellent job of all the characters especially of Mr. Church.
Joe Ledger, zombies and a dog. What more can you ask for?