A foggy night. A detour. A long-hidden secret of alien origin. Thus begins 24 hours of suspense and bone-chilling terror for teenager Emma London and a handful of survivors in the midst of a zombie outbreak.
In the tradition of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead, Dead Rain is an epic tale of zombie hordes and deadly human intrigue from Joe Augustyn, who created the original horror movie Night of the Demons.
©2014 Joseph W. Augustyn (P)2015 Joseph W. Augustyn
Narrators drawn out slur absolutely ruined this book for me
The end so I no longer had to listen to the narrator .
Totally spoilt it with his ridiculously drawn out slurring throughout.
I enjoyed the story but couldn't wait for it to end so I wouldn't have to listen to that voice any more.
I will now be taking careful note that this narrator is not reading any book before I buy it!
"STAY FAR FAR AWAY. Not worth the credit"
Needs to find another narrator. The intro I thought was a joke at first and couldnt sound like this all the way. The narrator sounds like a 14 year old boy desperately trying to sound suspenseful in a whisper. After getting to chapter one, I lasted about 3 minuets. Do yourself a favor, pass it until a new narrator is used.
Thin is the worst narrator I have ever heard. Where did this boy record it? In his closet with a blanket over his head and flashlight wispering so he doesnt wake mom or dad? Horrible. Horrible.
Anger because I can't stand the narrator and it looks like I wasted a credit.
"Possibly Ruined by Narration"
I couldn't get in to the actual story because the narrator was so bad. He sounds like he is whispering soft core porn in a Batman voice. He sounds the same the whole time, so it is not just for effect. The narrator needs to reexamine his technique or go back to being a phone sex operator.
I say possibly ruined by narration, because I cannot tell if the book was bad to begin with. I don't think the rain caused the zombies, so don't go in thinking that. Some small town has a special cemetery where zombies were maintained by generations of a sheriff's family. They get out. The scary part is the ear molesting you'll get from the narrator.
"Interesting take on the whole zombie mythos."
Yes, Jared Wekenman does a good job at conveying pure monotone dread. In a good way.
No spoilers but the whole book was full of fantastic moments.
For the most part. Each person had a good representation of gender, age, and emotion
Moved me? None. However I was quite happy with the read as a whole. Lots of very fun parts. Also be wary of who you like as a character. This has Game of Thrones syndrome hahaha.
the speed of the book made it very suspenseful
the characters were great
the scene where they are trapped in fun house.
yea i was pissed when they killed the female cop.
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