Ev - o - lu - tion -
1) A change in the gene pool of a population from generation to generation by such processes as mutation, natural selection, and genetic drift;
2) A motion incomplete in itself, but combining with coordinated motions to produce a single action, as in a machine.
Hemp Chatsworth has already figured out how 90% of the Earth's population became what they are. Now he must find out why some of them are evolving into something else.
Something more dangerous.
With their families poised to grow, the stakes are now higher than ever for our friends. Each new discovery creates the need for a new defense. Hemp has his hands full as some among the zombie masses appear to be utilizing more of their grey matter in a horrifying way.
Only brute force and innovation will save Flex Sheridan and his family and friends from the ever-changing zombie scourge.
And it's quite possible our small band of heroes might save the world. You should come along ... it might be fun.
©2012 Eric A. Shelman (P)2013 Eric A. Shelman
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I highly recommend this series!!! The delivery is fantastic and the action kept me on edge throughout the novel!! Love it, I hope book 7 makes it to audible!
"Hell of a Great Book!!!"
I loved hearing the different voices for each characters! The fluctuations of volumes when the story would get more intense or soften when just regular things happening!
I love the characters the best! The relationships among each is amazing even during the end of the world they still have humor, hope & love for one another!
I have only listened to the other Eric Shelman books! Sorry but I would be happy to find more of him to compare as I loved his soothing voice! His accents & more! He is really good at what he does! Bravo John Perry, Bravo!!!
Oh Duh Flex of Course!!! He may end up being dessert from the descriptions! Hehe
Eric is one fabulous author & an even better guy!!! Can't wait to read the next one!!! Great job on the series man!!! Keep it up!!! We can never get tired of Flex, Gem, Hemp or Charlie!!!!
"Good story, good narration, still lousy recording"
Coming from listening to other stories, the quality of the recording is jarring. But you get used to it, so maybe if you don't listen to other books, you think everything's normal. The narrator himself is pretty good I think, nice trick when everyone says "when".
As usual there is alot of background into what the zombies are and how they behave and evolve, no identifiable plot holes regarding the science behind the zombies.
The "ratz" play hardly a noticeable role in this story, its all about the evolving smart zombies. And its not even over, wonder where the next book will take us.
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