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Mortal: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse (Volume 6)

Book Mortal: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse (Volume 6)

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- By: Shawn Chesser(Author),Monique Happy(Editor)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:386
- Publisher: Morbid Press; 1 edition (December 21, 2013)
- Bestsellers rank: 4
- Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Mortal, Book 6 in the Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse series, picks up immediately where "Allegiance: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse" left off. Outbreak Day 16: With an estimated ninety-nine percent of the United States’ population having already succumbed to the Omega Virus and reanimated to form roving hordes of flesh-eating monsters, two groups of survivors struggle against long odds to survive the zombie apocalypse. Returning from a mission to secure the brain power necessary to replicate an antiserum that has successfully brought one Omega-infected man back from the brink of death, the stealth helicopter carrying Captain Cade Grayson and his small team of Delta Force operators responsible for successfully pulling off the daring feat goes missing. Fearing that the helo has gone down in the zombie-infested countryside somewhere near Pierre, South Dakota, the life—or death—of the men may depend on a decision made by Major Freda Nash, five hundred miles away. Will she send all available resources to search for the missing Ghost Hawk and the eight men aboard? Or will she be forced to put her personal feelings aside for the good of mankind and shift the focus solely to seeing that the aircraft carrying the scientists rescued from the NML, Canada’s answer to the CDC, makes it safely back to Schriever AFB? Meanwhile, awaiting Cade’s return at Schriever AFB, Brooklyn Grayson and daughter Raven are making final preparations to leave Schriever for the compound near Eden, Utah, when a soldier shows up on their doorstep, unannounced and bearing heartbreaking news. Four hundred miles northwest of Schriever, Logan Winters, his brother, Duncan, and a group of survivors newly arrived from Jackson Hole struggle to adapt to life at the Eden Compound—forced to deal not only with the threats posed by the insatiable dead, but also with a group of marauders hell-bent on taking everything they hold dear. Our survivors find out, up close and personal, who is Mortal, and who will survive to fight another day.

Shawn Chesser, a practicing father, has been a zombie fanatic for decades. He likes his creatures shambling, trudging and moaning. As for fast, agile, screaming specimens... not so much. He lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, two kids and three fish.


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  • By rose on February 22, 2014

    Ok I've read all of Shawn Cheeser's work up to this novel. This is his best work in the series. The story started off exactly where Allegiance finished. Very gripping story line. The human element is prevalent throughout the story , zombies are here don't get me wrong. Again excellent character build , you have characters you can genuinely relate too and hate and despise also. Definitely military post apocalypse in a zombie infested world. The book again is edited by Monique Happy editorial services and since I've read most of the work Monique has edited I can say she again did a outstanding job on a book that was already well written. So I can say definitely read this book your time will not be wasted. The previous books in the series are very well written, gripping and hard to put down once started.

  • By Russell V. Olson Jr. on February 19, 2017

    In my “retirement” after 30 years as a field artilleryman with 13 years overseas including a combat tour in Vietnam followed by 13 years as a high school history teacher, I have become addicted to apocalyptic novels. The first novel in this series, “Trudge,” so totally hooked me on the series that I bought the remainder of the volumes. I found “Mortal,” book six in the series, to be well-written with the author having a reasonably high knowledge of military equipment.“Mortal” starts with Cade and his team making it back to base after a disastrous bird strike during an unnecessary aerial maneuver. The fast-paced action generally rotates between the situation with Cade, the compound at Eden, and Schriever AFB.I do have a few comments:I could not fathom why Cade made the decision to burn the downed helicopter. Doing so only served to confuse the folks back at Schriever.The author at one point used the measurement half a football field and then a quarter of a mile a few pages later to describe the same distance.The generic term for a group of birds is a flock unless they are known to be turkeys. Then, a “murder” of birds is appropriate. The author used “murder” without identifying the birds.The author effectively captured the randomness of death in combat.Although I am enjoying the series, the action is becoming a bit repetitiveThe two most egregious errors the author makes concern Vietnam.1. The author refers to the 1st Air Calvary Division. The correct term is Cavalry. Horse-mounted soldiers are called cavalry. Calvary is the hill on which Jesus was crucified. I have heard many senior officers make the same mistake.2. The ace of spades card was not used by the NVA or VC as a warning after they had mutilated American soldiers. The card was left by U.S. soldiers on the dead bodies of NVA or VC.I continued to be troubled by the selfishness displayed by Cade and Brook (his wife and a nurse) when they left Schriever in the vain hope that somewhere else would be better. In fact, there is no sanctuary. Whatever happened to love of country?The novel ended on a down note due to friendly casualties, and I am anxious to read the Warpath to see how Cade and his “extended” family make it to Eden and how Duncan exacts revenge.

  • By SewAmused on January 9, 2014

    Another great book in the, "Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse" series from Shawn! I've been a fan since book 1. Again, nonstop action from the beginning of the book to the end! Cade and comrades must escape a helicopter crash and make it back to the safety of Shiver Air Force base. Unfortunately, not every one who was in the helicopter survives the crash. I think this is something remarkable about Shawn's writing. Very few times do you have "disposable" characters. Most characters have been with the series for quite some time. It is sad to see old friends die when you knew they would make it through this adventure and probably the next...I gave this book 4 stars and not 5 because 4.5 wasn't available. Unfortunately there were a few glaring grammatical errors that just hung there and stopped the flow of the read! I hate to be so critical, but I can put up with a less than stellar story line than these types of errors. This is storyline follows true to the series. I'm still a fan and I will still continue to follow Cade, his family, his friends and his enemies as they all try to "Survive the Zombie Apocalypse". I'm looking forward to the next installment!


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