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The Undead, Part 12

Written by: R. R. Haywood
Narrated by: Joe Jameson
Series: The Undead, Book 12
Length: 15 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A Message from The Author

Writing The Undead is a humbling experience. I am eternally grateful to the readers and listeners for the incredible support you always show.

Dan Morgan superbly narrated Parts 1 to 10, but unfortunately he was not able to continue. To my delight, the wonderfully talented Joe Jameson has now taken the series on. His range and skills are superb.

I am aware of the feedback about the voice of one of my characters, Dave. If this change has upset your listening experience then I can only apologise, but both Joe and I, and everyone at Audible, have listened to the points you made and take them very seriously. It is a wonderful thing to have such responsive fans, so willing to listen and work to make it better, plus the interactive nature of the series means you the listener can speak out and say what you like and don't like, otherwise how would we know?

We've got some cracking days ahead of us. Some real stonking rip-roaring storylines to come and both Joe and I can only hope you'll stay with us on this journey.

Take care,

RR Haywood.

Howie and Marcy fight their way back into the fort to rescue Lani, only to find her on a killing spree. Her body made weak by the incessant and relentless purge of the Undead, and believing Howie has betrayed her with Marcy, she now seeks to destroy him and all he loves.

With tensions running high, Maddox and his crews watch on while Howie tries to reason with the woman he thought he loved. She leads him to the armoury, where they are together and alone. She holds a grenade in her hand, ready to detonate.

©2016 R. R. Haywood (P)2016 Audible, Ltd.

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More annoying kids

If you’re into annoying kids in a post-apocalyptic zombie world, this is the series for you. The author continues to outdo himself in this respect. However this is only a close second to the navel-gazing done by the main protagonist, Howie. If you were to remove all the passages where he whine about being a grocery manager, his new responsibilities, standing “tall and proud” or how much he hates zombies I dare say these novels would be 75% shorter.

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  • Gary Machado
  • 2018-01-13

not my favorite

the story took a very dark turn and it just didn't feel right. the characters seemed completely different, not the ones we've come to know and love.

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  • Melinda S. Moore
  • 2017-10-17

The new voice

I do not like the new reader at all and came really close to stop listening to the series.

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  • chad
  • 2017-03-01

eh, just ok

the story is getting old. lots of the same type of action as previous books. wonder if it will ever end? or does the author like milking his fans for more money to buy more books? And the little kid with gregory is absolutely ridiculous. he's so damn annoying and needs to be omitted from this story, he sucks.

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  • John
  • 2016-12-22

A bit darker than usual

Lots of twists and a bit more dark than I am use to. Narration was superb with the exception of Dave's voice. I almost stopped listening at the end as it was getting a bit too depressing. It recovered a little at the end. I am going to listen to one more novel before giving up on the series. Life is depressing enough as it is. Zombie novels are not suppose to be that depressing.

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  • MNash
  • 2016-12-18

Narrator is getting better

I'm don't know whether I'm anxious to get this series done because it's kind of dragging out or anxious because I'll loose my friends. The detail is great on some levels and I need to fast forward on others. Don't want to give out spoilers, but this book (day) was tough. Didn't like where it went or ended, at all. I'm intrigued by the aspect of finding out more about the origins of the virus. Except, for the annoying little boy, Joe does pretty well on the new characters. I am enjoying the English pronunciation of words like vitamins. The voice of Dave still bothers me.

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  • Natisha Mullis-Brooks
  • 2019-09-22

This narrator is definitely getting better!!!

With the eleventh book, I thought that I would quit this series, but I held out because the story line is so fantastic. I'm glad I did because the story just gets better and better. I can't wait to see where Greg-OR-y and The Boy go from here. I've read a ton of complaints about this narrator, but he grows on ya. it was just a really hard transition from the original narrator, Dan Morgan, because he did such a fantastic job. Hold out and you'll find that he gets better. enjoy!!

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  • Patrick
  • 2017-02-27

Getting used to the new narator.

I'm upping Joe Jameson up to 4 stars.
if you liked the previous books you'll probably like this one.

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  • Michael Garcia
  • 2016-11-23

It still good

Still prefer Dan Morgan to narrate but Joe Jameson does a better job this go round. I am sad there's only one book left at this point. I hope they have another one written soon!

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  • Nichole
  • 2016-11-17

where is Dan and WTH haywood....

I HATED the narrator change at first but it did get better toward the end... still not nice to switch half way through..

As for the story, it's just getting crazy. I know it has to to keep going but the deaths in this one is just plain hurtful:(

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  • Scott
  • 2016-11-08

Getting use to Joe

Not a huge fan of the storyline, but I'm staring to get over the change in narrators.