Saturday, June 29, 2019

Frostbitten (One Nation Under Zombies, Book 2) by Raymond Lee and narrated by Mark Westfield

The craziness continues in Frostbitten (One Nation Under Zombies, Book 2) by Raymond Lee and narrated by Mark Westfield. Would recommend for those who enjoy character-driven zombie stories and if you have listened to the first book. Full review below...


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Frostbitten (One Nation Under Zombies, Book 2) by Raymond Lee and narrated by Mark Westfield is a strong addition to the story. This is a good series for those who enjoy character-driven zombie stories. Would recommend if you have listened to the first book.

The story continues where the previous book left off. The group attempts to survive while making their way to a safe base while encountering threat after threat. New characters help make this book full of action, while some of the main characters struggle with their past choices. Mysteries come about that I’m hoping will be answered in the next book. By the end you’ll be searching for the third book.

Not sure if it is me or if the narrator struggled more with this one, but it felt like the voices were rougher than the first book. 

Overall, I recommend, especially if you enjoy character-driven zombie books. I would recommend reading this series in order or you will miss a lot.


Parental guidance/trigger warnings: This is a book for adults who like a little darker themes. Death, guns, and crazy people play large roles in this series.

*I was given a free review copy of the audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you for allowing me to listen and review the book!

Where to find the author: Raymond Lee

Where to find the narrator: Mark Westfield

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