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Zombie Eyes (Bloodscreams #3) by Robert W.…

Zombie Eyes (Bloodscreams #3)

by Robert W. Walker

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Buried beneath Manhattan a secret crypt lay waiting to be discovered. Enter rich man seeking notoriety, having too much money and a need to be front and center. Determined to build the world’s tallest building his crew unearths an ancient crypt. From the crypt comes a disease so unique and dangerous that New York’s population is dangerously jeopardized with more falling ill. Crazed zombie-like people are running around, dragging humans back into the crypt by the thousands to the bidding of the evil demon seeking release. Only one person can solve the mystery but unfortunately, he and his associates are lying in the hospital beds comatose. Psychic adventurer and researcher, Dr. Abraham Stroud is the only person who can solve and eventually defeat the unholy evil creature that is creating an army of zombies and taking human sacrifices. A roller coaster ride from beginning to end, one can feel the frustration of Stroud in his search for answers and knowing that time is running out for him and the human race.

Robert Walker proves he is a brilliant craftsman of storytelling with his Zombie Eyes: Bloodscreams #3. His characters are well development and the plot moves smoothly. I have not had the pleasure of hearing his other books with the Stroud character but found no problem following this storyline as it may be read as a standalone. This is the third of Dr. Abraham Stroud’s adventures; I look forward to hearing more.

This was an interesting combination of ancient demons, zombies and the human race. There were times when the story was a bit slow in developing in places. Overall it was an excellent listen capturing the frustration and fear of the characters.

The narrator, Robert Neil DeVoe, performed the story very well. He was clever with his voices and keeping the momentum of the excitement going.

I had no issues with the production of the audiobook. Robert Walker did an excellent job of publishing this audiobook.

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