The Thin Line of Life: Volume 2

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Aliens invaders brought the zombie virus. Who would have thought?

Not Sergeant David McAllister. A lifetime of living in the mountains gave him an edge during the Zombie War, as the Marines in Kentucky retreated further into the holler, building a wall to keep the Zombies back. As they did their best to fight back against the zombies in front of them, the safe haven behind the wall descended into chaos, with Zombie worshiping cults, family clans settling ancient rivalries and a fractured, disorganized chain of command that could barely find their feet as they scrambled to survive against the monsters of the night. In the time of dying, Sergeant McAllister had a pretty busy day just surviving hordes of flesh eating cannibals. Now he had to fight aliens too? Sounded like a job for the Marines.

1 review for The Thin Line of Life: Volume 2

  1. RJ

    A series of vignettes or novellas describing people and their experiences in the zombie apocalypse. The locales for most of the stories, based upon the narrator’s accent, seem to be around Tennessee or Kentucky. It appears that aliens are behind the zombie apocalypse. Why and where they came from are a mystery. Loyal dog stories always get to me; Sunshine was my favorite tale. Similar to the first volume of this series, the accounts were authentic and graphic. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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