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Zombies on a Plane

Still Alive, Book Three
Narrated by: S.W. Salzman, Sean Runnette
Series: Still Alive Series, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 37 mins
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Summary

For Mo Collins, surviving the zombie apocalypse isn’t getting any easier. Defeating blunatics, saving survivors, recovering treasure, and securing Guntersville Island has been taking up Mo’s time when he would rather just make time with his girl. But he can’t avoid his scripted destiny; his personal Oracle, Smokes, won’t let him. He can still bitch about it, though. 

The crew of the replica pirate ship the Viva Ancora is growing, and the cast of characters are fulfilling their roles toward destiny. Having found his parents and assured their safety on the Island, there is still someone else missing: his brother, Easy.  

So Mo, Smokes the pilot (Oh Dear God!), and The Expert are off to find Easy. His last known location? Birmingham, AL. Yeah, it total makes sense to fly off to Alabama’s largest city, which is assuredly overflowing with the naked, blue, undead cannibals. But The Hero’s gotta do what The Hero’s gotta do. 

Follow Mo, Smokes, and the rest of the crew as they try to skew fate and risk life and limb again as they explore more of their new world and go in search of Mo’s lost brother, Easy.

All aboard Flight Z as we fly to parts unknown. In a world where the Zombies bite...and sometimes life bites. 

Fasten your seat belt, friend; welcome to Zombies on a Plane!

©2017 Javan C Bonds (P)2018 If I Only Had A Monkey Publishing

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Just as fun as it sounds!

The ridiculous fun continues! I think this series really indulges my immature side, in a totally good way. It’s hard to not make fun of blue nudist cannibals, as Mo can attest to. The weenie jokes are everywhere in this book and I did snort-giggle a time or two. Book 2 left us with a little cliffhanger as Mo, Hammer, and Smokes got on a small plane to go see if Mo’s college-attending brother survived the apocalypse. This book picks up right where 2 left us.

I am happy to report that the ladies finally have a say in the plot. Hammer gets a lot of stuff done even when she’s injured. Sally plays a big role in how the plot unfolds back home for Zombie Island. Sarah still wants Mo, though Mo is still an idiot for not seeing it. Mo’s brother (Easy) has a fiance, Aka. She’s from Zambia and is an engineer of sorts. For some reason, Aka never gets to talk. Instead, we always hear from other characters about how Aka did this or said that. So, yes, the ladies could use a little more page time, but we are much closer to gender equality, which I’m sure Mo would applaud.

Speaking of Mo, yes, he’s still being used by the story to poke fun at racism, sexism, homophobia, etc. Whatever hangup you can think of, Mo probably has it. His commentary on gun rights often has me snort laughing.

Let’s chat about the zombies (a.k.a. peevies). I think they are evolving, and so does the doc. He’s been running experiments and gathering data. Also, people have spotted peevies in family groups, and a few making the two-backed beast! Ugh! Zombie sex! yuck! But, overall, I like this aspect to the story. What could happen next? A war with the peevies? Will they start driving cars and demanding takeout?

Oh, and that doc. He has friends! Specially trained warriors from India. This was awesome. I totally wasn’t expecting it and it’s a cool little plot twist that changes the game, especially for those idiots thinking they can just stroll into Zombie Island and take things over. ha!

As with Book 2, Book 3 leaves us on a cliff hanger. I’m really looking forward to Salzman completing his narration of the next book. 4.75/5 stars.

The Narration: S. W. Salzman has really got that Alabama accent down now. Mo sure does sound like a redneck! Salzman continues his great narration with distinct voices for all the characters and his female voices are feminine. I especially liked his Morgan Freeman voice for the janitor Tychus. The pacing was perfect and there were no technical issues with this recording. 5/5 stars.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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This was very good!

This book was even better than the previous one, and some very hilarious moments!!! :D :D :D
Highly Recommended!!

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Brilliant again

Darker comedy continues!
Mo continues the screen play with more quests, new characters and evolving PV's!
Thoroughly enjoyable

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Wonderful listen!

Great third installment in the series, things are starting to get real interesting. Really enjoyed the listen – it was great fun to hear how Mo and the gang evolve as the story progresses.

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Genius & addictive

The series is pure genius and the audible books are the best I have listened to. The narrator deserves an award and has made the series so far, a real pleasure to listen to.

In this book there are loads of developments for the characters and the storyline. The cliff hanger at the end is going to force me to read book 4 while I’m waiting for it to be recorded and released on Audible.

This series is one that I strongly recommend. Enjoy!

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I have all 3 of the set i like all 3 have to give it 5 out 5 java n bonds and s w Salman make a good team don't miss out give it a try. When is book 4 out

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  • Joyce
  • 15-12-18

They'er at it again!

if your here you have already read books one and two. You know the lunacy that is Javan Bonds, YES it's ALL here and then some!!! Will Mo and his Merry Group of Misfits find his brother Ezekiel? Will anyone turn blue and run around with their junk flying.... probably!

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  • erobbins33
  • 11-12-18

Funny!

Okay, so I may have to turn in my nerd card after this book. Lol, I probably only got around three quarters of the references, and I feel like I need a glossary for Easter eggs! Super funny and lots of dick jokes, for the win! I feel like the author of this series is my spirit animal, guiding my inner 12 yr old to excellence. As with the previous books, Salzman is a first class voice actor who can switch from a dumb redneck to a cultured middle easterner with ease, and made this book even better.

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 24-01-19

I want more Mo!

Mo returns in this incredibly funny sometimes terrify third entry in Javan Bonds zombie-infested series, and the world is a little better for it. This round is a rescue mission as Mo and his boys make their way after Easy. Turns out Smokes can fly and so they hop a plane and prepare to drop the hammer. Not Hammer, he's ok, they just prepare to bring on the badassery when it comes to saving Easy.

As before the book is action packed and has interesting characters, and I for one enjoy the way the Weiner jokes are handled here, not everyone can pull off that kind of humor and make it seem adult, but Bonds does and he does it well. I laughed at this story a lot. I also sweated bullets a few times, since this is a Zed infested world and people tend to die, die, die during that kind of thing.

There are some good pop culture references (Re: Star Trek). I am still praying for Gene to bite the big one or for a big one to bite Gene, I don't care who he's shacking up with, but he's the tech . . . .anyway the action is a blast and it comes at your harder than a zombie from Return of the Living Dead looking for brains. More Brains, in fact, cause once they get a taste they go even crazier. You will be rooting for the boys and keeping an eye out for the zombies as bullets fly, Smokes flies, and people die.

The narration is pretty solid, but I'm not a big fan of double narration, and I'm not sure we needed two as Saltzman does a great job, and has the whole feel down by this point. Personally, I think this is a pretty slick book, a great series, and if you like post-apocalyptic novels, zombies, or Weiner jokes then this is defo the series to be getting.

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  • Randy Murphy
  • 11-07-19

Fantastic

Once again I fell in love with the whole world. I can't wait now to get into book 4 and eat up some more Zombie antics. I was given a free copy of this audio in return for an unbiased review.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 05-07-19

the post-apocalyptic Tale that has everything.

excellent writing I can't wait to keep listening to find out more of what happens to Mo and his band of people. I like these books way better then Mark tufo. the writing is Superior in every way it makes you feel like you have known the characters for years. I can't wait to keep listening

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  • N.W.Wisniewski
  • 02-07-19

more!!!!!

The more I listen to this series the more I love it! Bonds delivers an awesome zombie tale worn comedy as a relief. Being played out as a movie script that only one character knows and he ain't telling! Salzman makes all the characters come alive!!!!! Love his interpretation of Smokes my favorite character! Highly recommend this series!

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  • CaseyS
  • 29-06-19

Mo, Mo, Mo!!!!

Quite possibly one of the best audiobook series out there. I just love the characters and places. The story continues and it is crazier and funnier with each new chapter and book. Javan Bonds is a genius and this series proves it. The cracka can write.

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  • John Stringham
  • 29-06-19

yes yes amd more yes

I love this series. It is a extremely smart and funny zombie series. In the previous books my only minor critique was that the villains were slightly weak. That was all changed and given in spades in this installment. The previous weak villains in this series are brought up and by the end the stakes have been raised. Im excited to start book 4. I highly recommend this series!!

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  • Steffi
  • 26-06-19

Great series

As with the last two books of the series by Javan Bonds, I really love the story. It is a somewhat different take on the whole zombie apokalypse thing and on the zombies all together. I love to listen to the book, narrated perfectly by SW Salzman, and that even though I am really not an audiobook kind of girl. Normaly I'm getting way too distracted to follow a story solely by listening. The still alive series the first one I solely listened to and I freaking love it. Salzman is doing a damn fine job bringing all the characters to life. Can't wait to get on to the next one!

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  • Catrina P
  • 23-06-19

Keep ‘em coming!

Action abounds as Mo takes on a new quest... to find his brother. Journal entries by additional characters allows us to keep up on the action on both fronts. While Mo is out on his adventure, the island is under attack!

The author continues to entertain either the witty banter, pop culture references, and well thought out storyline... it’s like he’s following a “script”. Way to set us up for the next book!

The narrator can make or break an audiobook... S. W. Salzman makes it! He fluidly transitions between so many different characters.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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