Summary

In the third book of his Zombie series, Scott Kenemore brings the explosive horror thriller of an undead outbreak in the city of Indianapolis. Zombie, Indiana takes place during the same timeline as the outbreaks in his books Zombie, Ohio and Zombie, Illinois and has the same punch as the previous two.
Zombie, Indiana explores the impact of an invading zombie horde on a trio of Hoosier protagonists…each of whom have some dark secrets to keep. When the governor’s daughter mysteriously disappears on a field trip, IMPD Special Sergeant James Nolan, scholarship student Kesha Washington, and Governor Hank Burleson must all come together not only to find the governor’s daughter, but also to undertake a quest to redeem the very soul of the state itself…all while under constant attack from the living dead.
With humorous, memorable characters, tense action sequences, and brutal zombie violence, Zombie, Indiana will put listeners in mind of some of the most compelling works of popular fiction. At once a mystery, a thriller, and a horror novel, Kenemore strikes again with this rollicking tour through America’s heartland that is nothing but a tour de force for zombie fiction fans!
©2014 Scott Kenemore (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Steve Patterson on 26-03-15

Awful!!

This was a wast of money! This book owes me stars. Yuck yuck yuck. Wish there were more true reviews.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Wild Wise Woman on 02-08-14

Kenemore tries too hard

The first book, Zombie, Ohio was a hugely enjoyable story - fun and different. Kenemore was able to combine a witty, first-person mystery with a gory zombie tale, and I recommended it to everyone I knew. I've now bought the Audible version and look forward to listening to it.

The second entry in the series, Zombie, Illinois (not yet on Audible), was a grimmer, grittier story and a more standard entry into the genre, with a few fun characters. I like the independence of the series, with no shared characters, and even the Zombie Apocalypses may be unconnected.

But as the USA Zombies series drifts back east to Indiana, this episode is kind of tired and sordid. The character of the governor can be delightfully reimagined as Toronto's infamous mayor Rob Ford, and that's about as entertaining as it gets. The story follows a few interconnected groups of people; everyone else is nothing but zombie fodder. Each of our "friends" is a tired stereotype, but never a consistent one.

Keisha, the Only Black Girl in The School is "poor", but her father is a newspaper publisher and her mother a city councilwoman. I was mildly uncomfortable with the heavy "black" accent narrator Fleet Cooper provided for Keisha; this is common problem in modern novels (although Cooper did a fine job otherwise). James Nolan has to be the stupidest right-hand-man in the history of henchmen, and the governor is preposterous.

I actually created a better ending for the story as I was listening to it, and hoped I was right about the clever twist I created. Unfortunately, the "hook" revealed at the end is very disappointing, and the climactic scene as the primary characters finally come together is embarrassingly ludicrous and dull.

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