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The Undead: Part 6

Narrated by: Dan Morgan
Series: The Undead, Book 6
Length: 9 hrs and 58 mins
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Summary

Paco Maguire, a major Hollywood actor, is in the UK filming a zombie horror movie. Physically powerful but terrified of everything, he teams up with a German shepherd dog who is immune to the virus.

The dog becomes an expert hunter of the undead. A survivor reaches the fort and tells of the dog’s immunity. Howie and his group head to the town where the dog was last seen. A battle ensues.

©2015 R. R. Haywood (P)2015 Audible, Ltd

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Continues to impress

What did you like most about The Undead: Part 6?

The new characters, paco and Meredith are a great team

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Undead: Part 6?

The end the last stand

Have you listened to any of Dan Morgan’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Dan is great at telling the story

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I love this series

Great story and great performance. Loved the perspective of Bear / Meredith. This is by far my favourite story from the zombie genre.

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One of the best in the series so far

Loved it, the interesting addition of the American movie star kept things interesting and fresh. Adding a new perspective brings another dimension to the series.

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Bloody fantastic and beautiful (pun intended)

What can I say? I was wrong. The beginning of the episode had me wondering whether I was going to fall out with the Undead. Then it morphed into one of the best episodes yet. As someone who believes in, and has felt, the magic of a close dog bond Haywood's venture into what her thinking may be was beautiful. The death scene had me crying and I rarely do that with audio or written books. And a surprising twist in a major but temporary character was incredible writing from Haywood too. The battles are bloody, brutal and instinctive to the core. Powerful zombie storyline and powerful human (and dog!) storyline. Narrator Morgan is still occasionally losing grip of whose voice is whose (I'm sure Chris has become Malcolm) but he still delivers the intense emotions of both battle and silence with great skill. For me, a magnificent episode. Great writing, I salute you Sir (to Author - R R Haywood)

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ALL the emotions!

Well, where do I start!? I was going to wait until I had finished the entire series before I left a review, but 6 books in and I just HAVE to say how much I am Loving this series! I love the post-apocolyptic genre and have read/listened to so many different series, but this one just went to my No.1 favourite! I've never felt so many different emotions with a book as I have with this. so many proper laugh out loud moments my family think I'm nuts. I've had tears in my eyes from the sad moments and felt anger at the bitter moments. Feeling all the emotions of the characters as the story and the telling of it is so well done! My journey with Howie, Dave, Blowers, Cookie, Nick and Clarence continues and I can't wait to hear what happens next! especially now they have 'Dog' *Spoiler Alert* don't read on if you don't want any story given away! ******* a little gutted that Paco didn't make it would have been interesting to see if he tried to change the dynamic of the group with his 'entitled attitude if he had survived! I'm interested now to see what develops with Maddox's group.

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continues to be awesome

great characters great story sad at times funny at times cant wait for book 7

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An interesting tangent that really pays off!

Part 6 of this ever-gripping series takes on a bit of a side-journey with Paco Maguire, a Hollywood A-lister who just so happens to be filming a zombie action film in the UK during the time of the outbreak. Teaming up with a huge German Shepherd (no doubt inspired by R. R. Haywood's own canine companion), the every-scared Paco starts to wander through a new-world that he has no right to inherit. This part provides a very fresh-faced look on the landscape of The Undead, with new themes cropping up all over. It also goes a bit further into the darkness of humanity, portraying who the real evil can be in times of great turmoil. So far, this part has been one of my favourites and I'd recommend it to anyone that enjoyed the series, especially those that might have got a little bit jaded during part 5.

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Jumps around a bit but we'll worth it!

Really enjoyed this entry, well worth it, can't wait to get started on the next one

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  • 18-09-19

I love this series of books.

what can I say brilliant. why no one has picked these books up for a film or tv series is beyond me

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Best one yet

Loving the series so far. This by far the best. Great story and characters. Excellent

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  • bebe
  • 12-11-15

THE BEST

Any additional comments? This is my favorite book of the series and I have read and listened to all of them out so far (just finished Nineteenth Day). I love the dog, Meredith, and her story which is told in Part 6 . I also love Paco, the actor who stars in Part 6. His transformation was fascinating, I grew to like him as much as Howie, Dave and the rest of the gang. Meredith the German Shepard becomes a very prominent character in future books. Paco also resurfaces in future books. This series is awesome. Haywood tells great stories and does a wonderful job at character development and dialog. I really cannot believe that a publisher has not snapped up this series. It keeps me riveted. Also I must say that the reader, Dan Morgan, does an excellent job with this series. He is an asset for Haywood's books. The characters come alive with Morgan's reading. You can tell who is talking in the book from Morgan's "acting" out their voices. Really cool!!

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  • Stephen Mitchell
  • 15-03-17

A Dogs life

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There has never been something so engaging as life through a dogs eyes. I am so happy that RR Hayward took the risk to narrate from the K-9s perspective. This is a must listen to. Now the story of Action Jack.. thats another thing entirely, lol, but a wonderful arc in and of itself

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  • Natisha Mullis-Brooks
  • 23-07-16

The dog!!

I loved listening to the point of view of the dog in this story! Having two German Shepherds of my own, I could really relate to the strength and loyalty of the dog. I listened to most of the story with my dogs lying in bed beside me. Any dog lover who listens to this book is going to experience a whole mix of emotions; fear, excitement, worry, sorry, hope and kinship. I can't wait to start the next book!
This is one of the best in the series so far. Unlike most series, this one has not become mundane. It continues to evolve in new and exciting ways, just like the zombie virus in the series.

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  • T. Walker
  • 06-11-15

LOVE this series! !!

I have listened to all multiple times. There is a personalization to it that I enjoy.

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  • Bergerhoo
  • 03-11-15

Superb

The book is wonderfully written, creating intense drama, but with releases of levity at just the right places. The author creates marvelous characters that interact realistically amongst each other. He introduces new characters in parallel storylines; not really parallel but more like storylines that seem far apart, but grow closer until the lines intersect in an inevitable conclusion.
Rarely do I choke up and my eyes leak while reading/listening to a book, but they did in this one.
I've come to the conclusion that the reader of this series is the best I've heard of any audible books I've ever "read". His characters are wonderfully distinct so that he could narrate without identifying them, and I would know which one is speaking. He creates the intensity of scenes nicely with inflection and speed of reading. The book is written well, and he reads it masterfully.

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  • Joseph fisher
  • 15-11-19

can't stop

absolutely awesome, a. w. e. s. o. m. e. listing experience... must have more.

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  • SAL
  • 15-07-16

Best one yet

I hated the Darren story line in the last book and would skip by all his parts, true confessions :).
Loved all the new characters introduced in this volume! Excellent installment!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-05-16

loved the story

fear love hate depression fighting sadness drama that is why I love this story bye

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  • Dargan
  • 20-04-16

Part 6 was and Excellent Chapter

This was a great Chapter in the series loved this story. Definitely worth listening to

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  • craig
  • 06-11-15

loved it

for me I thought the story started off to slow.but I hung in there and glad I did.I really like the way the author let you see the story thru the dogs prospective