Sever: Washington Dead City Book 3

(3 customer reviews)


It takes political intrigue – and plenty of tanks – to defeat zombies. 

Escaped zombies from behind the wall have swept across the northeast, their path marked by havoc and death. Into this nightmare world are thrust several unlikely heroes. 

A full-time national guard soldier leads his company of tanks on a harrowing journey towards the Appalachian Defensive Line. 

A small group of refugees fight for their own survival and end up facing demons of a different sort. 

A hero from the last zombie war must fight against the first invasion of the continental United States in over 200 years. 

Retired CIA operative Asher Hawke, AKA the Kestrel, will stop at nothing to eliminate the zombie threat – and save the nation that he’s dedicated his life to protect.

©2019 Brian Parker (P)2019 Brian Parker

3 reviews for Sever: Washington Dead City Book 3

  1. Angie Holt

    Perfect ending to the series…..

    If you could sum up this book in three words, what would they be?
    -Only 2 come to mind, perfect ending.

    What other book might you compare this book to and why?
    -Anything by Nicholas Sansbury Smith. Parker’s story telling is very similar to Smith’s.

    Who was your overall favorite character and why?

    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
    -Yes, but it took a few sittings. I did finish it in a day and a half though.

    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
    -Yes! But they need to start with book 1. Because it’s a great series.

    Have you listened to any of Andrew B. Wehrlen’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
    -Yes, the first 2 books in this trilogy. He’s great in all 3. I would love to listen to him again.

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
    -I may have gotten a little teary eyed there at the end.

    Would you listen to this book again? Why?
    -Yes, but after a year or so. Because it’s a really good book.

    What was one of the most memorable moments of this book?
    -Asher going against the Leader.

    Any additional comments?
    -I hate to see the series end.

  2. Mia Harper

    I was shocked at the turn of events Asher had to deal with, and what happened to Sean and Marie left me speachless! Its hard to believe its over, This has been an amazing series and I hope to read many more books by Brian Parker.

  3. Tim B

    I thought it was a very good conclusion to the series.

    The climax of the story was a bit fast for my taste, but to be honest, I cannot think of any other means at which it could have played out without harming the story and that is the only critical thing I can say about the story. It may also be related to that I may have missed it, and I truly think I did; as my son ran up and distracted me, but I feel as if the Master’s identity was alluded to but I couldn’t make the connection out.

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