The Gathering Horde (Zed's World #1)

The Gathering Horde Zed s World The most ambitious terrorist plot ever undertaken is about to be put into motion releasing an unstoppable force against humanity Ordinary people a group of students celebrating the end of the semeste

  • Title: The Gathering Horde (Zed's World #1)
  • Author: RichBaker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The most ambitious terrorist plot ever undertaken is about to be put into motion, releasing an unstoppable force against humanity Ordinary people a group of students celebrating the end of the semester, suburban and rural families are about to find themselves in the center of something that threatens the survival of the human species As they battle the dead and theThe most ambitious terrorist plot ever undertaken is about to be put into motion, releasing an unstoppable force against humanity Ordinary people a group of students celebrating the end of the semester, suburban and rural families are about to find themselves in the center of something that threatens the survival of the human species As they battle the dead and the living it s going to take every bit of skill, knowledge and luck for them to survive in Zed s World The Gathering Horde introduces readers to Zed s World, the first seven episodes of an online serial saga released for the first time with updated content as a novella Go to zedprep to join the mailing list and see exclusive content before it s available to the public

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    1. This story is short, but engaging, and offers a novel premise for the origins of the plague that causes the zombie apocalypse. I thought terrorism was a unique and believable (with what is going on in our world right now) scenario for the introduction of the deadly virus. It explains not only its origins, but how it is spread through the population so rapidly. We didn't really have time to get to know the characters very well in this short piece, but I am looking forward to getting to know them [...]

    2. The Gathering Horde is a whole lot of zombie fun. Let’s be honest, we all know it will never happen, but what if…What would you do? Where would you go? Could you survive? That is the appeal of the zombie apocalypse.Rich Baker took me on a maniacal ride through the beginning of the end of the world as we know it. In a world filled with pages of the undead, he has kept his story fresh and exciting.What Rich Baker did exceptionally well was the chase. We follow Ben and Toni as they race to esca [...]

    3. I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook from the publisher/author in exchange for a voluntary honest review.I'm not a big zombie fan, but I felt that the story was well crafted and entertaining and would interest fans of the genre into continuing the series. The brevity and abrupt ending of the first story also leaves the reader wanting a conclusion.I wasn't pleased by the narration of the audiobook, but I became used to it after a few chapters and would probably be comfortable listeni [...]

    4. A great start to a zombie series. This short story is extremely fast pace and the action is almost non-stop as a new virulent plague is unleashed in a small college town. The story follows a few characters and their sons who are just finishing up their year of school.College parties at the end of the school year? Sure. Fights breaking out? Maybe. Cops in full riot gear? Could happen. People attacking and beginning to eat their victims?. Uh oh! The end of this world has happened and a new world i [...]

    5. Every now and again I need to read a zombie story, my problem is that they just aren't that exciting anymore. This short is part of a series, which is great for me. While this story didn't grab me by the throat and give me that rush that a good zompoc book can, it did keep me interested enough to finish it and get part 2 of this series. I guess that for me, it's a good start. Here's hoping book 2 wows me.

    6. Awesome! Aww's over already? Yep I just finished the book. It was a smooth read, interesting characters and well written. Baker knew what he was doing when he ended it in just the right place to leave readers begging for more! Musthaveoks!!

    7. Love Zombies?I do! This is the first installment of a series that is sure to keep readers excited about the apocalypse. Baker crafts a modern story and characters that readers will find easily relatable. You won't want to stop reading!

    8. Good bookI really liked how the zombies came to life. The author made it seem real and very scary. Call me a wimp, but the thought of zombies chasing me is not appealing. Lol

    9. Good story lineVery interesting story line very believable that it could happen this way and in a college town at graduation the large parties I loved it but it is a short read

    10. NB: This title is the secofirst of two books included in the single audiobook, ZEDS WORLD : THE GATHERING HORDES and ROADS LESS TRAVELLED.( Format : Audiobook )"We're on our own out here."This Audio book includes the first two episodes of an ongoing serial. As such, further books will be required to complete the story.Having said that, the first of the two books, Gathering Hordes, could be read alone as it reads like a short story covering the redistribution of the virus which will cause such wo [...]

    11. First of all this is a zombie book. If you don't like zombie books you won't like this one. I like zombies and enjoy reading new books on the subject. As the title hints at, I loved the easter eggs hidden in the pages of this book and hey, this book was fun but it did not really break any new ground on the topic. I have to read the third book now because I hate leaving a series unfinished (hope you are listening G.R.R.M.) ;o)This was the audio book version. I didn't take to the reading by S.W. S [...]

    12. This first part of the trilogy set's up the terrorist attach that launches the zombie apocalypse and introduces the survivors (and the not so lucky) we will follow through the rest of the story.I liked the story because, for the most part these are just ordinary people; college kids, suburbanites, farmers and others who never intended to be heroes or to be struggling to survive when most of the world has gone insane.Definitely not for those who think a 6 week trial subscription is a long term co [...]

    13. While I wanted to give the narrator a cough drop or a glass of water I did get use to his scratchy voice. I wasn’t sure if this was his natural voice or a conscience decision for the voice work. All in all it was a great listen. I look forward to the continuation of the series. D-Day is a bad ass & I can’t wait to see what happens to him & all of he characters in the various story lines. I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook from the publisher/author but voluntarily give [...]

    14. I love good zombie tales!And this one does not disappoint! I don't normally read short stories or novellas because I enjoy a meaty book more. I'm so glad I read this one though! I hope the author has expanded on this idea. I'd definitely read it! Makes one shudder to think how close to true this type of situation could be!

    15. Terrorists release the most disastrous virus in history. Around the globe millions of citizens fall dead only to stand once again as the insanely hungry undead. The first book is short and outlines the beginning of the virus outbreak and the players involved. This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.

    16. Fair readI guess I'm getting jaded by all the Z books I've read. This is a descent book but it didn't pull me in and get me locked into the characters as I feel a great book will. Well edited however.

    17. Decent read.Not bad, considering this is the first book. I'm looking forward to more. It is a bit short for a book though.

    18. NiceThis book is way to short. This author knows how to get you ready to read. The writing is realistic enough that it gives you the shivers. I can’t wait for the next book.

    19. There really wasn't much to this book. It didn't give you time to get to know any of the characters. I know a lot of these books are some what alike but the characters keep you reading and this book was over before you got to know any one.

    20. Cool!Excellent beginning to the Zombie Apocolypse. Graduating from college is supposed to be exciting, but I think this is more than the planned for.

    21. Book ooneFirst chapter jumps around a lot to keep up with second chapter rocks lived it as it picks up speed at the end

    22. Great readI enjoyed the book immensely. It has a very "real feel" to it. Interesting and not to much nonsense. A definite buy!!

    23. A short novella showing terrorists preparing a virus that they hope will destroy America. Martyrs line up to get mauled and reanimate to spread the disease. Their plan is well thought out and the jihadists begin to celebrate on their success after launching their plan. A group of college students are caught on campus in the middle of it all and try to escape the treacherous hoards to reach the safety of their homes. Great intro to the series. John Podlaski, author"Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel" [...]

    24. I found this short story to be gripping and engrossing as the zombie apocalypse is unleashed on the world. The story had me from the beginning as the virus is spread by a unique method and in our world today, totally believable! The characters are very realistic and developed which is a plus. They are everyday people not super heroes and the bad guys are…well they are evil in every sense of the word! I am looking forward to see where this story goes in each installment and highly recommend it [...]

    25. Great Story For ZedI just loved this short story about the end of mankind brought about by jihadists. Then you mix in zombies and you have my kind of a story. By the time mankind wakes up to what's going on it's too late, it has become Zed's world.

    26. Short, but goodPrequel to a start of I hope to be a great series. Characters are well introduce, hopefully more detail comes with the next in the series.

    27. Great startGreat start to a series. Written realistically and with some grit. Looking forward to the next one in the series.

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