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DEAD: Alone Audiobook

DEAD: Alone: New DEAD, Book 2

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"A bite or scratch will turn the victims to one of the infected within 72 hours..."

Those words rang in Evan Berry's head. Waking to discover he'd been scratched was a death sentence. Deciding that he would not force Carl or Betty to have to put him down after he turned, Evan said farewell to his group and slipped out in the middle of the night.

Deciding that he would make one last run in the hopes that he could bring back enough supplies for his beloved Newfoundland, Chewie, Evan embarks on a quest that will show him just how fast and far society has fallen. Will he make it before he turns, or will he perish...alone?

©2017 Todd Brown (P)2017 TW Brown

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  • AudioBook Reviewer
    Madison, WI, United States
    12/09/17
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    "more interesting & elaborate than the first volume"

    Volume two picks up right where volume one leaves off.  Evan, now convinced he is infected, leaves his companions to do one or two last good deeds for his dog and friends.  His adventures continue to lead him astray as he meets new survivors, some friendly, some horribly evil.   He is forced to face his own nature as he has to fight the living, perhaps descending into a murderer in the process.

    We see much more of the evolving world as Evan fights for his diminishing life.  White supremacists and other groups are starting to divide up the crumbling landscape into fiefdoms.  He desperately tries to remain true to his morals as he watches his own humanity slip away.

    The zombie apocalypse, though still recent, is more deeply revealed in this second installment.  Evan holds onto his last grasp of his past as he wants to do just one more good deed for his dog.  This fixation makes him relatable, even though it puts him in extreme and continual danger.  He’s lasted longer than any other infected person and he’s planned his short future on this one questionable fact.

    The story is more interesting and elaborate than the first volume.  And if you’ve enjoyed the first installment, you will very likely like this one even more.

    Once again, TW Brown performs his own novel.  The listener is used to his voice and flaws by this point and just goes with it.  Here is a recap from a review of the narrator from the first novel:  Brown’s voice is pleasant enough, sometimes stumbling over phrases and not always differentiating the characters well.  His female and male characters sometimes morph into each other.  On the other hand, he lends a personal tone to the story.  No one knows a story better than the author and the listener gets just a little more depth from certain characters for it.  It is a personal taste and one can’t really say if his reading is a positive or negative, adding in some ways and detracting in others.

    Dead Alone is better than the first book, both in depth and detail.  It is basically a retake on the many zombie stories.  But by book two you are invested in the characters and want to see how Evan and his friends get out of impossible situations.  You’ve read book one, keep going for more gruesome zombie fun.  You’ll likely want to listen to the sequel(s) too.

    Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

    Please find this complete review and many others at my review blog

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    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Corina
    27/03/17
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    "awesome author!"

    TW Brown is one of my favorite authors. I will continue to keep buying your books as long as u keep writing them!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • saysydy
    coffee springs, al
    30/07/17
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    "Amazing storyline"

    I really can relate to this Evan character, I mean he's a human in the zombie apocalypse. He struggles with things that I have always struggled with when not only reading this genre, but in everyday life. It is written and narrated by the same person so you really get a feel for how he meant for things to be portrayed. It is an amazing storyline even if you're "not into zombies".

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • T.J. Phillisp
    20/06/17
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    "a+++"

    this is an excellent series of books that keeps getting better . top shelf story and narration

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Brian
    19/06/17
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    "Great story, well read"

    I don't ever write reviews but I really enjoyed this audio book, the only problem was it seemed to end too fast! can't wait until the next book

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Debra
    Livonia, MI, United States
    15/06/17
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    "Awesome!"

    TW Browns Dead series is definitely one of my favorites. Browns newest books in the Dead series are a nice change from the others with having the main character being the ultimate hero. in this series Even is just a normal guy and he make some selfish moves and some heroic ones. You gotta just love to hate this guy. the story is very well told and makes you want more.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Margaret
    Westfield, IN, United States
    26/04/17
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    "Hurry up with the next one"

    Omg it was soooooooo good. I relistened to the first one since I've heard a few other books in between. Glad I did because I missed a lot the first time around. This one was even better. Loved it!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • ♡Louise♡
    Ontario, Canada
    25/04/17
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    "Hard to go wrong with TW Brown!"
    What did you love best about DEAD: Alone?

    The main character Evan, his love of his dog Chewy (sp?) , and all of his realistic flaws .
    More than once I caught myself thinking, Yep, that's exactly how I would react if I were in a zombie apocalypse. I'm no superhero !


    What was one of the most memorable moments of DEAD: Alone?

    The entire focus on Evan and his love for his dog ( not that the whole book was focussed on that, but Evan was quite focussed on it )


    What does TW Brown bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    I have heard better narrators, but TW Brown created these characters and knows their personalities inside and out. You can hear that in his narration.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    I can't think of one, sorry I just wouldn't do it justice to try and name a movie .


    Any additional comments?

    I've always been a fan of TW Brown's zombie books/Dead series, I really enjoy the details he puts into his characters. This new dead series is a different style from the last DEAD books (with Steve Tallia etc)but so far just as enjoyable!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • karen mcCollin
    15/04/17
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    "this book was awsome"

    I love the story the characters and can't wait for more to come in love t.w brown books

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Jennifer Mulder
    07/04/17
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    "Evan, Evan, Evan...."
    Would you consider the audio edition of DEAD: Alone to be better than the print version?

    I don't know, i haven't read the print version, but I do love the audio versions.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of DEAD: Alone?

    It would have to be when Evan was getting checked out after the roof incident and the doctor guy offered to help him get all evened/balanced.... lol!!!! i about spit my drink out when i heard that.


    What does TW Brown bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    He puts emphasizes on the correct places. There is nobody better to read a book thank the author and TW Brown does this amazingly! he knows exactly how he pictured it in his head and when he reads it he can lead us through his vision instead of just a normal narrator that can only lead you through someone elses vision.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I had a lot of extreme reactions to this book. I laughed, almost cried, i had moments of disbelief with some of Evans choices and thought i would have chosen "better" but then again, in the specific situations i may not...


    Any additional comments?

    Loved it, loved it, loved it! can't wait to find out what happens next to Evan and to see what happens with his return "home"

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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