Trace Monroe doesn't believe in luck. He never has. But when a fiery-headed cowgirl saunters through the saloon doors, wielding shotguns and a know-how for killing the living dead, he believes he just may be the luckiest man alive.
Trace wants to join Red's posse, but she prefers to work alone - less messy that way. In order to become her traveling companion, Trace has to agree to her terms: no names, no questions, and if he gets bit, he can't beg for mercy when she severs his brain stem.
He agrees, knowing only that Red is the sharpest shooter he's ever encountered. The fact she's stunning hasn't escaped his attention either.
What he doesn't know, is that Red has a very good reason to be on top of her game. She not only has the answer for how they can all outlive the plague taking over the wild, wild west, she IS the answer.
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Having listened to one more heavy and dark books i needed something a bit easier going. Happily this did just the trick i could switch of my brain more than the zombies it detailed and still follow.
I thought that it was quite a promising story
At rhe very end I was a little disappointed in what I thought became a tamish ending.
Absolutely! I never would have thought I'd be a fan of a zombie book, but I loved it! Great story, complex thoughtful characters. Fun yet, serious. I would especially love to recommend it to a friend who would say "I don't like zombie...", cause I bet they'd love it, just like I did!
The characters! I really loved all of them, Red's spunky spirit, Cowboy's kind heart, really fell in love with them. Can't wait to hear books 2 & 3 to find out what ends up of them!
Some really great voices! I liked how she spoke in a rather plain/unemotional voice when narrating and then would switch to the proper emotion when speaking in character.
Absolutely! I really got into it and wanted to know what happened next!
Really different from any book I've ever read or listened too. Smart story, character & plot. I just really liked it!
"I've heard worse"
Warbly sound at times as if it was rerecorded from an old tape...story became tedious, ended abruptly and I was glad for it!
"The Wild West!"
I really LOVE the TV show, The Walking Dead but it seemstthat nowadays that's all you read/listen to. Personally, for me, it's getting old. However, I did enjoy the story that Angela Scott has written. The story is based in what I consider the old west. In the days where you have saloons, life is hard, and family is everything. The author paints somewhat of a different story of people who die and rise again without a pulse. The story is intense, filled with adventure, packed with action, bloodshed, loss, and even love. The main characters are likeable, especially Red. She's a wanted person who has been bitten plenty by the dead and still walks, talks, and a heart that beats.
The narrator, Rebecca Roberts does a fantastic job in her telling of Wanted. She breathes life into the story and makes it a fun, enjoyable. story to listen to. She kept my interest held from start to finish. I loved the southern accents she gives some of the characters. She did a fabulous job with Red. You feel as if you're there, seeing everything as it unfolds. This story is one that I will say you really should get. I really recommend this story to everyone. I received this audio in exchange for an honest review.
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