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Summary

Bigger. Badder. The whole disaster so far in one volume. 

Warren is a work-obsessed journalist living in Central London. Quite happy to live out his monotone life, each day resembles the next until the fateful day he encounters an octogenarian zombie shambling down the middle of the road.

Great Bitten: The First Clusterf*ck combines the first three books of the darkly humorous zombie series by UK author Dawn Peers. Loved by reviewers, it follows Warren's poor attempts at survival and leadership in a world he wasn't prepared for and that no one expected. 

He is an anti-hero of the apocalypse genre. He doesn't know how to use guns, and he doesn't want to save everybody. He just wants to survive. Is that too much to ask? 

©2020 Dawn Peers (P)2021 Dawn Peers

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Great story, shame about the production.

I’m halfway through what is a great story, with a good narrator. Unfortunately the sound quality is very poor to the point of distraction. I’ve tried several devices with the same tinny background noise. Hopefully it’s just a one off problem but if anyone can offer any advice I’d be grateful. If you like a good Zombie outbreak set against a UK background, you’ll probably enjoy this one!

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Great story, looking forward book 4

Story great, performance great, sound quality not so much. Sound was tinny and editing needs some work, but overall I continued to enjoy.

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Started well, finally gave up

This is a really interesting book but I am only sticking with it to find out what happens in the end.
However, the narration leaves a lot to be desired, it sounds like it has been recorded in an empty room and you can occasionally hear a mouse being clicked, assume this is the narrator turning a page on a screen.
There are sentences that have been repeated and unfortunately the narrator cannot/does not do voices, so conversations all run into one, even if more than one person is speaking.
If I thought that this book would be re-read I would stop listening now and await an updated version, with better sound quality.
Update - I have finally given up at the beginning of book 3, did the author not read how they ended boom two?? 4 glaring continuity issues in the prologue and beginning of chapter one, not going to give spoilers, finally pulled me out of the book fully. Very disappointing and will not be listening further or anything further this author writes.

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  • R. Vanlandingham
  • 09-06-21

NEEDS EDITING!!!

I liked the story and the narrator, however EVERY book in this box set needs editing!! There are so many repeated sentences and feedback/echoes from the microphone. The story was interesting enough that I pushed through it but fair warning on the quality of the recording.