Book Review: The Apocalypse Fugitives by Peter Meredith

February 12, 2016 Audiobooks, Book Reviews, Horror, Zombies 0

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Book Review: The Apocalypse Fugitives by Peter MeredithThe Apocalypse Fugitives (The Undead World #4) by Peter Meredith
Series: The Undead World #4
on October 9th 2014
Narrator: Basil Sands
Length: 14 hrs and 54 mins
Genres: Apocalyptic, zombie
Pages: 471
Source: AudioBook Reviewer
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Beaten and battered in mind and body, the fugitives limp west, unaware that the human world is fading all around them, unaware that the last remnants of the goodness of man is being ground under the heel of evil at every turn.
When confronted with that evil, fight or flight are their dire choices, only Neil’s small group is forced to take on more refugees who come to them empty-handed, unarmed, and hungry.
Neil is faced with the disturbing prospect of guiding them across two thousand miles of zombie-plagued-land, only to stumble at his first hurdle: the mighty Mississippi has become a river of death and, like the fabled River Styx, the only way to pass is to pay the river man his fee. His price: warm bodies.

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It’s so hard to have a life when such great books exist!

This may be my favorite so far. Jillybean is once again at her peak performance! I love when a new character meets her and at first they think she’s mental, and maybe a bit she is, but then they need her to save their lives!

In this fourth book, Peter Meredith has continued right along with the series. He has added to the series with each book, so these must be read in order. Besides that, the characters are so fantastic that you will want to read them in order to get a real understanding of each of the characters. Especially since new characters are coming in all the time.

This one took me a bit longer to get into. It was not because the plot was not there, because it was, but because I had to give myself time. This starts at the same intensity that some books crescendo at! Intense does not even really embody how crazy this gets.

I do love the new characters. Some of them are a bit prissy. They have been taken care of and as such expect to be treated a certain way. They do not even know how to kill zombies. AND they judge Neil and Jillybean. Rude!

This one is hard to review without spoilers. I can say that this is my absolute favorite. The characters, the drama, the intensity! The plot is amazing. Once again ends on a huge cliff hangers with lives in the balance! Brilliantly done.

The only thing you’ll want to do after reading this, is read the next one.

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Rating Report
Plot
5 / 5
Character Development
5 / 5
Writing Style
5 / 5
Personal enjoyment
5 / 5
Cover
5 / 5
Overall: 5 / 5
The Author

 

About Peter Meredith

Peter Meredith is the multi-genre author of The Trilogy of Void, The Hidden Lands series, The Sacrificial Daughter, A Perfect America and Sprite.
Having tried his hand in real estate, as an emergency room nurse, and a CEO of a national lighting company, he has come to find that his true addiction is as an author.

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