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Six months ago, the Judas virus decimated a small town in North Carolina.
 

The virus is spreading throughout the United States. It hits fast, and the effects are deadly. The survival of Judas means the end of mankind. The only people who knew the inner workings of the virus are missing and presumed dead. The task of saving the world rests on the shoulders of newly appointed surgeon general, Dr. Quincy Warren.
 

He is not ready for the monster he is going to encounter.
 

Am I Dead? is the second book in The Great Dying thriller series, a terrifying look at what happens when greed threatens the existence of mankind.

©2017 Paul Seiple (P)2019 Paul Seiple

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" An inefficient virus kills it's host...

....A clever virus stays with it. " Or: "That's some trashy science fiction sh*t." This is the second in the Great Dying trilogy and is set some six months after the destruction of Black Dog. But the virus has begun to make an appearance in Charlotte and awareness of it's presence begins to leak out despite attempts to suppress the news. The reader learns more about the genesis of Judas and of characters who will be continuing into book three. But this is a series where it is unwise to become fond of anyone... Action filled, with God's and nastiness, this is possibly the least liked by me of the three volumes (I foolishly started with book three) yet still it was a compelling read. The narration by Alex Black was, again, excellent, and the audio book was a free download from the Free Audio Book Codes website. A quick listen at only 5 hours approximately and recommended to zombie fans: it is certainly not full and these are not the usual dullards found in most zombie stories.

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  • Deedra
  • 27-07-20

Am I dead?

The virus gets out of Black Dog and moves across the country.A very good book! Alex Black was a fine narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.' 

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  • Robbie Coleman
  • 16-07-20

New People same problems

The zombie apocalypse continues to grow and people are not ready nor aware. We continue to learn that the Judas virus is smart and unforgiving. This second installment continues the tale of this fight for survival.

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  • Brandon
  • 18-02-20

Judas is spreading!

Am I Dead? Written by Paul Seiple is the second in The Great Dying series. A fast-paced thriller about the start of an apocalypse that started in a small town. The experiment didn’t seem to go as planned in the small town or maybe it did? In this book the zombies seem to be getting smarter and that makes things more complicated when Judas already seems uncurable due to the constant adaptation to whatever is thrown at it. Let's see how Quincy Warren tackle the situation. The pros of this book would include a few new characters to add a different perspective on how things are going. The zombies also seem to be advancing due to the Judas getting better at surviving. This book seems to be more focused on the people trying to survive oppose to being focused on symptoms the folks were getting before the hunger of human flesh comes about. This story doesn’t have as much action but still contains a fair amount to keep the reader satisfied. Cons would start at the pace of the book, the first book seemed so fast pace with a lot going on this one didn’t keep the momentum it really slowed the story down. I really thought I was going to hear from Melanie after the first book ended with her in the epilogue. I was expecting the story to continue with her immediately but maybe they pick up with her story in the last book. I noticed they are getting telepathy from Judas I don’t really like that bit, so far, the story has been believable but zombies communicating with each other via the mind just doesn’t seem like something zombies would do. I received this book via Promo and I really enjoyed it not as much as the first. I will be started the last book shortly. This isn’t a pro or a con but something I wanted to mention. In the first book when folks got sick it would usually take them around 2 days to die. When Judas became airborne and advanced rapidly, I expected it to spread extremely fast and folks should have died by the thousands. I don’t understand how it was swept under the rug as the flu for so long like it did in this book.

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  • Hepcat89
  • 12-02-20

Liked this Book

This second book didn’t wow me like the first one but it was good. I like the introduction of new characters and how the virus continues. I am looking forward to the next book.

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  • DCGrits
  • 10-05-19

Interesting listen.

Writer writes the way people talk. That’s refreshing. Narrator not the best but ok. Story line good although smart zombies take adjusting too. How do you survive smart zombies. Will purchase the next, just to find out.