The radio goes quiet while on convoy in Afghanistan, a lost patrol alone in the desert. With his unit and his home base destroyed, Staff Sergeant Brad Thompson suddenly finds himself isolated and in command of a small group of men trying to survive in the Afghan wasteland. The local population has been afflicted with an illness that turns them into rabid animals. They pursue him and his men at every corner and stop. Struggling to hold his team together and unite survivors, he must fight and evade his way to safety.
W. J. Lundy is a current member of the U.S. Military with service in Afghanistan. He is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book to the Wounded Warrior Project.
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 08-08-16
Typical Military Zombie Sci-Fi
I don't have a whole lot say about this, it is a typical Military Zombie story, with a high body count. Some may not be happy with the Taliban connection, I make no judgement. I did not get this for free and I never do, cause I can not be trusted to be enthusiastic about everything I read. It's your money.
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By joni on 03-10-13
WTF, Love the Series
Where does Whiskey Tango Foxtrot rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This was my first audio book.
Who was your favorite character and why?
My favorite character in the book is Sergeant Brad Thompson. Sergeant Thompson finds himself in the worst possible position a soldier could find himself, alone in the desert with his convoy with no radio at the beginning of a zombie apocalypse. With no base camp he must lead his surviving unit through the desert to find other survivors. I love zombie novels that include a lead character with military experience. You just know these combat trained men and women just stand a better chance of making it.
What about Eric Vincent’s performance did you like?
Mr. Vincent’s narration flowed. I did read that one of the problems with audio books is that sometimes the voice will change, which could be an indication that there was a correction made in the tape editing. I heard none of that.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
I am a huge fan of W.J. Lundy and his WTF series. His third book in the series, Only the Dead Live Forever, is supposed to be out sometime in October (can’t wait). This series is great because the books are so original and different from other zombie novels I have read. Mr. Lundy’s series contains everything that I like about the zombie genre. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to WTF and did so in one sitting. I really respect this author, not only does he serve our country he also donates a portion of the proceeds from his books to the Wounded Warrior Project. Mr. Lundy is a great writer, dedicated military man, and a super nice guy who truly appreciates his fans.
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