Surviving the journey is just the beginning.
The last two months have brought nothing but death and destruction for Emma Rossi. She survived the initial zombie outbreak with her husband, Jake, and their dog, Daphne, but the cost was steep: Sanibel has fallen.
In a world where the only constant is change, the group is pushed to their limits before reaching the gates of Asylum, a coastal stronghold in Sarasota, Florida.
Once again, Emma must navigate an apocalyptic wasteland filled with relentless hordes of the undead and other menacing horrors that threaten her survival.
Only thing is certain. No one is safe from what lurks on either side of Asylum's gates. Sanity will be tested; and many won't live to tell the tale.
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Time of Death Asylum
overal a really good sequel
Don't trust anyone
Vinny, because throughout the books he was consistently himself; a douche bag with a heart.
I enjoyed her narration of the book she gave the characters a voice that helped make them more real.
No. I didn't want to listen to it in one sitting. I listened to the first in one sitting and missed key points in the plot line. I took my time with this one a few chapters a night and I found that worked better in prolonging the suspense in quite a fast paced book.
Overall I really enjoyed it as a sequel. I found the characters believable who at this juncture are two ish months Into an apocalypse and haven't got their act together yet. The writing is witty and sarcastic, and keeps much of the linguistic flavour from the first book. As always with this particular writer, she still enjoys pulling the rug out from unde/ / / r your feet just as you think all might be okay. Trust know one or anything whilst listening to this. I found the loss of everyone they meet a little annoying, there where some good characters that I would have liked to see go on further into the book. However, the plot twist and deaths I often didn't see coming which was a refreshing change to others of this genre I have read. I was a little disappointed in the end. For a book that had managed to keep its twist and turns going the end seemed a little predictable and lacking in suspense. Despite this I'm still looking forward to the third instalment to see where that leads..... hopefully somebody will still be left alive.
- jamie farrow