"There are no contingency plans for this!"
The dead are coming back to life, filled with a single-minded urge to devour the living. While the power was on, some people followed the bigger picture on television; but the news media is little more than a chronicler of the disaster. Sadly, most people are better at becoming part of the problem than finding a way to solve it. "The most important question becomes: Are there enough resilient survivors left to stem the rising dead tide of humanity?"
Brad Lawrence gives an enthralling performance of Dead Tide, the first book in the apocalyptic series by Stephen A. North. He imbues each character with a distinct voice, shifting accent and tone with remarkable ease. In St. Petersburg and Pinellas Park, Florida, disaster strikes but it proves nearly impossible to evacuate. It seems the dead are reanimating, and they hunger for human flesh. Most residents watch the drama unfold on television rather than take action. Then the power goes out. Can they overcome their passivity and find a solution to their problems? Will they be able to rise above the death and destruction?
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I actually liked the style of writing, the present tense and the moving from one character to the next made for a reasonably paced listen.
My favourite charcter was Maurice, no Martin, or was that Morgan Blake :]
Narration does bring life to the characters and adds a depth you may not get through reading alone.