Unhappy Endings: Tales from the World of Adrian's Undead Diary, Volume One Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The apocalypse has ended for Adrian Ring, and the rebuilding of the world has begun. But have all the stories of the old world's death been told?
Elsewhere on Earth, there's a plane filled with innocents, and a criminal could wipe it from the skies with a tide of undeath. A young man in Manhattan is going mad with hunger and fear. A veterinarian races to save her animal patients and their owners one by one. A drunk lunatic is driven to self-destruction, craving the undead horde and the absolution they will give him. And finally, what of the long-awaited conclusion to Eddie Smith's tale, as his convoy heads north toward Adrian at Bastion?
Set in the world of Chris Philbrook's best-selling zombie epic Adrian's Undead Diary, Unhappy Endings tells these darkest of stories and many more.
Full list of authors includes: Rob Roche, Tracy Wilson, Josh Green, Christopher MacDonald, Dennis Pekkala, A. Ben Carpenter, Wendi Haegle, and Steve Gonzales.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 40 minutes|
|Author||Chris Philbrook, Alan MacRaffen, J. C. Fiske, Joe Tremblay, Lee Smallwood, Sherry Knight, Shane Hershey|
|Audible.ca Release Date||October 20 2015|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #166,173 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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It’s a good addition and different views on the world of Adrian’s Undead Diaries.
To be clear, these stories are not about Adrian or his group directly. He certainly gets his share of honorable mentions and some of the survivors are headed toward Bastion but if you are expecting more of Adrian or Abby's writings, you're going to have to wait until the next AUD book arrives. Leaving a less than favorable review because you didn't understand this fact is not cool.
While there isn't a bad story in the collection, some are out-frickin-standing and will resonate long after you finish them. Some of my favorites were, "In the Arms of the Dead", "Amy's Daycare" and "Thirty Thousand Feet". Add zombies to those titles and you at have a vague idea of where these are headed. Everywhere from emotional roller coasters to dark, sick and twisted genius.
I very much enjoyed reading this collection and think you will too. Chris never fails to disappoint, especially when Adrian is involved. You don't necessarily need to be familial with Adrian and his story to understand the stories contained here, but it doesn't hurt. If haven't read AUD, you're really missing out so pick that up too.