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Abandoned

Toy Soldiers, Book 3
Narrated by: John Lee
Series: Toy Soldiers Series, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
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Summary

The survivors are trapped. Cut off from the rest of the world and quarantined as the virus spreads to every corner of the country, while the combined forces of the naval fleet set sail for deeper waters and leave the UK to its fate.

Facing the aftermath of the battle for the island, the groups are separated as the bonds of friendship and camaraderie are violently severed, and they must survive on their own. Every effort to survive is fraught with peril, and those left behind must battle to find some form of safety, no matter how brief that respite might be.

As it dawns on those left behind that the rest of the world has turned its back on them, they must cope with the realization that they are alone, and fight against the brutality that threatens them at every turn. Brutality from both the infected and the rest of the world as it devolves into nuclear Armageddon.

Rejoin Johnson, Peter, Amber, and the others in the immediate aftermath of the island battle, as they strive to find safety, to survive after being truly abandoned.

©2018 DHP Publishing (P)2019 Tantor

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Brilliant

I totally love this series!
The story continues following the lives of Peter, the army and various splinter groups. DCF weaves a tale of survival, betrayal and those that turn downright nasty!
I love the strong characters, standing up for others, the humour and of course zombies!
Can't wait until the next book is out!

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Another cracking audible

Devon C. Ford knows how to spin a yarn and tell a tale . An enjoyable listen well preformed and written as well as an addictive series of books .

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Another brilliant Devon c Ford book!

Brilliant as usual! Just the right amount of nostalgia mixed with zombies!
Can’t wait for the next one!

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Great nostalgia

Not in your face about it, but the echoes of the late 80's really resonate. It's a bit like am intentionally dated version of Arisen and I like it. Wish the books were put together in pairs.

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  • N4shark
  • 13-10-19

Excellent Excellent Excellent

Great story right from the start! Listened to all books offered one after the other FANTASTIC Narration by John Lee

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  • Kyle
  • 08-09-19

This is bad

This series is bad. I’ve tried to trudge through it despite how it drags on but I can’t anymore. The narration is not good. It’s overacted and the narrator makes all American accents sound like a cross between Matthew Mcconaughey and Forrest Gump. By book 3, there is no longer a plot. Just constant skirmishes. Very few times have I ever dropped a series without finishing it, but this is certainly one.