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Evolution Z: Stage One

Narrated by: Brian C. McKee
Length: 4 hrs and 18 mins
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Summary

After a dramatic plane crash in the wilds of Maine, the survivors of Augusta Airline Flight 303 believe the worst is behind them. Captain Raymond Thompson organizes the group and attempts to get help, but soon it becomes clear that our familiar world has ceased to exist. Everything seems to fall apart, and no one knows the source of the catastrophe. However, the survivors soon learn a basic truth: If you make even one mistake, you pay with your life and become one of "them"...

An absolute must for all fans of The Walking Dead!

This exciting zombie apocalypse thriller is a perfect fit for all fans of Manuel Loureiro, Nicholas Sansbury, and Mark Tufo!

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  • wendy
  • 27-04-17

Good story line.

Narrator was overly dramatic. Even in announcing the next chapter or the name of the next chapter. As far as the storyline goes it was good , but the opening scene was in poor taste. Also, it is better to just read that someone laughed or sighed, not try to mimic it. It would be preferrable to not attempt a woman's voice than to end up with a shrill, bimbo sounding voice.
The captain is a waste of a character. If your looking for a "flawed" character he is not it. He is pathetic & it would have been better that he had gone down with the ship.

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  • ericmadden
  • 19-03-17

Just reed the book and you will find out

Not with your credit it to you is not very good at the beginning I have it finished it but I just don't buy or waste a cradle on it and money because the book has a A lot of sex in it and the narrator wasn't even good

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