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Generation Z: The Queen Enslaved

Narrated by: Brian Callanan
Series: Generation Z, Book 5
Length: 16 hrs and 5 mins
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Summary

Because of his well-placed spies, his hidden assassins, and his backstabbing traitors, the Black Captain reigns supreme in every facet of the war.

He has Jillybean in his clutches. She’s chained, caged, and guarded day and night, meaning escape, even for someone as brilliant as her, is impossible. She won’t be held forever. Her life expectancy has been reduced to only as long as her body can hold out against the most vile tortures devised by the most sadistic of men.

Without her leadership, her friends and allies are quickly isolated. Gunner is cornered with a small, badly trained and ill-equipped force in the Olympic Mountains. Emily Grey finds herself lost and alone, hunted by 1,000 corsairs in the middle of their territory. Neil Martin discovers the hard way that being a zombie is actually not a helpful trait as a leader. And Deanna Grey is arrested and faces execution for a murder she had only thought about committing.

Finally, Stu Currans and Troy Holt are white knights stranded in the hell that is the corsairs' lair. They faced insurmountable odds getting in and now discover there is no getting out.

©2019 Peter Meredith (P)2019 Peter Meredith

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Excellent

I was enthralled! Can’t wait for more! Another excellent instalment from Mr Meredith. Well done!

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  • Avid Listener
  • 19-11-19

Pretty okay

Just when you think there is no place left to go.. Meredith does it. I'll admit there are a few to many paragraphs devoted to descriptions of events that could have easily been described just as well .. maybe better in a few well written sentences.
I, as rule, find this type of page filling, story stalling, over description the worst. Like that 5th grade essay 500 word minimum you had to write where not a single conjunction is used.
Other than that the remaining content is pretty good. NOT as good as the first three books. Not as bad as the utter boring blah blah blah that book four was.
The narrator is fabulous and makes the less than stellar writing entertaining and tolerable.
All in all the first ten books in this series Apocalypse: The undead world are exquisite. Then Gen Z 1-3 keep the ride running full tilt.
Bottom line.. Meredith is like pizza.. even when he's bad he's still kinda good : ) On to Gen Z book 6!

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  • diallo
  • 12-11-19

How much longer

I've been a jellybean fan from day one but I found myself struggling through the last one and this one feels like it's being dragged out. But with that said I'll probably buy the next one. I just hope the conclusion is coming

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  • Matt
  • 21-06-19

holy smokes what a great story.

meredith is a master at his character development. this book had a couple of huge revelations and was just fantastic.

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  • jessica
  • 07-05-19

Hooked

Damn you Peter Meredith how could you end it like that and now I have to wait. ...... best books in the world

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  • Team maryland
  • 04-05-19

Callanan & Meredith dynamic duo

I wasn’t really sure I liked this second series after being so enraptured by the 1st series The Undead World. But this book did it for me and makes me love this series as much as the 1st. Meredith holds nothing back in his ability to bring you hope then crush it like an aluminum can. Callanan’s consistent vocal changes brings life to the characters without losing a beat. Now I wait for 6....

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  • Karyn
  • 21-04-19

Amazing

Can’t wait for book 6 in audiobook. Peter Meredith is the best author for these books I have ever heard. Thank you

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  • Amanda Nelson
  • 06-04-19

oh my gosh I want more

his books are so amazing if i didnt have to work i would never stop reading !

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  • Shawny
  • 21-08-19

Loved it!

The writing combined with the narration made it difficult for me to stop listening! The storyline was unpredictable in a way that left me unable to guess what would happen next- which always makes a book that much more interesting. I absolutely cannot wait until the next book.

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  • Richard
  • 07-04-19

I am beginning to think

that Peter Meredith is the black Captain, good guys cant win at all, more words?

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