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The Horror Squad 3

By: TJ Weeks
Narrated by: S W Salzman
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
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Summary

Warning: Strong language and violence!

Normal consumption of alcohol occurs during the zombie apocalypse with The Horror Squad, but now they are heading in the most unconventional places to acquire normalcy back at the base and fill the last request of a sick member. How many will be lost, how many will be saved, and who will survive?

Loki and I: Plagued teaser included.

©2016 TJ Weeks (P)2017 TJ Weeks

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  • Maly C
  • 08-02-18

Hoping for another!

Ok, so I'm hoping there is going to be another book because this one just left me hanging. What a cliff hanger! I love this narrarator! He does such a great job and just adds a lot to this series. I think he actually makes the series better.

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  • KS
  • 06-02-18

More chaos, action, and heartache

This 3rd book in The Horror Squad series continues where the last book ended. We follow the characters through the chaos of the new world, as we also learn the strategies they use to survive. I love how the story is really built upon learning to work together with others you can trust, to get through horrific situations. Yes, there is plenty of action and gore, as the Rotters try to eat their way through the masses, but it's not just bloodshed and violence just for the sake of horror.

S W Salzman once again does a fabulous job of portraying the events of the book, with appropriate modulation and cadence. It's easy to get lost in his voice and "see" the story come to life. Excellent performance!

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  • M. Philo
  • 15-12-17

to soon

Ended to soon. can't wait to listen to the next book in the series. excellent narration.

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