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Its been seven years since the Upheaval. Seven years of fighting the hordes of the undead. John Talon and his family are hoping to finally settle down and start their lives over again. But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country. John, Charlie, Duncan, and Tommy Its been seven years since the Upheaval. Seven years of fighting the hordes of the undead. John Talon and his family are hoping to finally settle down and start their lives over again. But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country. John, Charlie, Duncan, and Tommy will find their skills put to the test as they face off against the worst of the virus.


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Its been seven years since the Upheaval. Seven years of fighting the hordes of the undead. John Talon and his family are hoping to finally settle down and start their lives over again. But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country. John, Charlie, Duncan, and Tommy Its been seven years since the Upheaval. Seven years of fighting the hordes of the undead. John Talon and his family are hoping to finally settle down and start their lives over again. But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country. John, Charlie, Duncan, and Tommy will find their skills put to the test as they face off against the worst of the virus.

30 review for Dead Surge

  1. 4 out of 5

    Julie Treadwell

    Did anyone keep asking themselves if they had missed a book?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Leighton

    Just finished the series that I read one after another, last book only four star not five but it left me want book 6!!! Excellent Zombie series, I'm a fan!!! 4 stars - great book but it lacked something, something, can't put my finger on it but.... something How I review... 1 star - binned it before half way, please don't write anymore!!! 2 stars - finally binned it after really trying, I mean really trying and I hate to not finishing someth.... 3 stars - finished it but boy was that hard work on tim Just finished the series that I read one after another, last book only four star not five but it left me want book 6!!! Excellent Zombie series, I'm a fan!!! 4 stars - great book but it lacked something, something, can't put my finger on it but.... something How I review... 1 star - binned it before half way, please don't write anymore!!! 2 stars - finally binned it after really trying, I mean really trying and I hate to not finishing someth.... 3 stars - finished it but boy was that hard work on times, it just about hooked me back in as I was about to dump it 4 stars - great book but it lacked something, something, can't put my finger on it but.... something 5 stars - want more, more books, more movies about the books, more movies about the authors and the making of the movie, just more!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    Wowsie! This one freaked me out! The little zombies are enough to make you hide under the covers! I am scared for our survivors especially Charlie!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kat Hill

    Well worth reading I really am enjoying this series! I am so attached to the characters. This is a series i know i will read again!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gareth Otton

    While still an enjoyable read, Dead Surge is easily the weakest of this series so far. After the events of the last novel, I had high hopes that for this one we would start to see America rebuild itself and the efforts of John as President to get rid of the zombies. However, instead we get a 5-year jump and John, now an ex-president, has been called in to help with a new crisis. While I admit part of my disappointment is from high expectations, I am also confident to say that this book just felt While still an enjoyable read, Dead Surge is easily the weakest of this series so far. After the events of the last novel, I had high hopes that for this one we would start to see America rebuild itself and the efforts of John as President to get rid of the zombies. However, instead we get a 5-year jump and John, now an ex-president, has been called in to help with a new crisis. While I admit part of my disappointment is from high expectations, I am also confident to say that this book just felt weaker than the others. The story is a little thin, lacking the pacing that I normally expect with these novels, as well as the structure. John and co just go from incident to incident, never really making much progress to advance the overarching plot. Then the book just ends. I would say it is a cliffhanger ending, but it felt more like the book just stopped. I was genuinely surprised that it was the end of the book and if I didn't already have the next book waiting I would be quite frustrated. It's a shame as up to now this has been a solid 4-star series. I only hope the next book picks up the pace a little and gets back into the swing of things.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Frlobe

    This book is very great.

  7. 5 out of 5

    George

    More of the same... An apparently invincible protagonist and pals chopping, blasting, and smashing tons of zombies... This should have been a trilogy, not six separate books. None of the odd numbered books in the series actually ended. They all felt like they were just cut off at the end of a chapter. I felt that this was the weakest of the three stories. People have been steadily rebuilding civilization for the past 6 years, only to be faced with a new outbreak of more intelligent, faster moving More of the same... An apparently invincible protagonist and pals chopping, blasting, and smashing tons of zombies... This should have been a trilogy, not six separate books. None of the odd numbered books in the series actually ended. They all felt like they were just cut off at the end of a chapter. I felt that this was the weakest of the three stories. People have been steadily rebuilding civilization for the past 6 years, only to be faced with a new outbreak of more intelligent, faster moving zombies. This zombie evolution had been hinted at all the way from the first book, so I didn't feel like the foe was a surprise or anything, but bringing John Talon and Company out of retirement for 'one last job' was a totally cliche plot device. But as the group headed off to find out the cause of the new outbreak they made stupid mistake after stupid mistake. Given that the hordes of little zombies had already easily wiped out three contingents of 11 seasoned veterans it was nothing short of a miracle that Talon & Co. survived even their first encounter. It took them forever to figure out what was going on, and even after they did get a good idea why they didn't hightail it out of there to find a way to communicate back to the capitol is beyond me. A dumber protagonist and smarter antagonist doesn't seem to be a good move, but somehow Talon & Co survive. Anyway, I'm not sure I'm going to spend $5 on the final book. I wouldn't have read this one if I hadn't received it as a birthday gift. $5 for a digital copy seems very excessive when it can't even be proofread by an editor. As with the other books the typos, grammatical errors, and mistakes are horrible. It's like the book was run through a spell check and that's it. Even MS Word's grammar check would have caught most of the issues. If this ever comes down to $2 or less I'll pick it up just to say I finished the series, but it's not worth my money to pay anything more than that. In fact I wish I hadn't wasted money on anything more than the first two books. Oh well...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Grw

    In the fifth book of the series time has moved on seven years but, to be honest, very little else has. What occurred in those seven years gets mentioned during this one, and actually sounds like it would have made a decent book in itself, not least just how our some self-centred, and increasingly arrogant hero John Tallen, would have coped as president. (Probably by killing everyone). Anyway, it's back to the style of the previous books, as a crisis arises that only John can deal with, so off he In the fifth book of the series time has moved on seven years but, to be honest, very little else has. What occurred in those seven years gets mentioned during this one, and actually sounds like it would have made a decent book in itself, not least just how our some self-centred, and increasingly arrogant hero John Tallen, would have coped as president. (Probably by killing everyone). Anyway, it's back to the style of the previous books, as a crisis arises that only John can deal with, so off he goes with his regular crew, although oddly they actually take their wives with them this time, just leaving all their kids behind. This time we're chasing a bunch of super zombies, who just happen to be "Little" kids, although apparently "little" can mean right up to teenagers, and we know what John thinks about teenagers, so that's not going to end well. Not that it ends at all, as the plot carries over to the sixth book, with no ending in this one, and presumably no start in book six, making me wonder if, as with the previous two, these are basically one one long novel chopped up. If you've read the previous books then you know what to expect. Trouble arises, John goes off, gets there just in time to save everyone / kill zombies for a chapter or two. Then they sit around planning what to do until another crisis turns up and they can go off again. Actually there's somewhat more of an overall story arc in this one that previous, and as before the fighting scenes are really well done, just as soon as the author gets over describing in detail what guns everyone has. Characters, other than the leads, come and go, but you won't care about them, as none stick around too long. In fact, other than John and his crew, no one stays around, which might say something about John's attitude to people, who he seems to like only slightly better than zombies. Oh well, onto the next book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    BJ Haun

    So, the 'White Flag of the Dead' series was a series I stumbled upon when I first got my Kindle years and years ago. I have read a number of zombie books, but the White Flag of the Dead series was the only one that held my interest. I finished the "first part", I guess, of the series a while back, so I was a bit rusty when I picked up this one. We find our heroes settled into a comfortable routine, six years or so after the events of the last book, and civilization is slowly on the rebound after So, the 'White Flag of the Dead' series was a series I stumbled upon when I first got my Kindle years and years ago. I have read a number of zombie books, but the White Flag of the Dead series was the only one that held my interest. I finished the "first part", I guess, of the series a while back, so I was a bit rusty when I picked up this one. We find our heroes settled into a comfortable routine, six years or so after the events of the last book, and civilization is slowly on the rebound after the Upheaval (read: global zombie outbreak). Of course, for our plucky crew of zombie killers, peace was too good to last, and they are called upon to investigate why towns are going dark. While this book is good, I think the series might be starting to lose steam for me. I think that the main character group might have crossed the line into a bit too good at fighting zombies at this point, especially with the reveal of (view spoiler)[Charlie, and probably John, being immune to the zombie virus...to the point that they can get bitten and survive (hide spoiler)] . A lot the suspense is gone and I never really believed that the characters were in danger, which takes the wind out of the sail when the stakes are supposed to keep getting higher. All told, I did like the book (it's a short, quick read), but I don't know if I am going to continue the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lucas Hamasaki

    I gave this a four, but it could've been a three. I found the whole plot very weak, and I have no idea why I need to know whenever the characters have sex. However, this book managed to creep me out. The tension never left me. I have to admit that I had called the railways a long time ago and it bothered me a lot that they took so long to figure that out. All that said, it was a solid book. Its flaws are there and very clear, yes, but no book is perfect and I'll gladly keep following the series. I gave this a four, but it could've been a three. I found the whole plot very weak, and I have no idea why I need to know whenever the characters have sex. However, this book managed to creep me out. The tension never left me. I have to admit that I had called the railways a long time ago and it bothered me a lot that they took so long to figure that out. All that said, it was a solid book. Its flaws are there and very clear, yes, but no book is perfect and I'll gladly keep following the series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    RJ

    After years of fighting the zombies and coping with the virus, John Talon and crew are hoping it's time for a break and a well deserved rest. Not. Instead of a rest the virus evolves again and produces a new strain of zombies, quicker and possibly more dangerous than the previous batch. Once again Talon's community of survivors must make plans to defeat this new threat while trying tomake the best of a terrible situation. After years of fighting the zombies and coping with the virus, John Talon and crew are hoping it's time for a break and a well deserved rest. Not. Instead of a rest the virus evolves again and produces a new strain of zombies, quicker and possibly more dangerous than the previous batch. Once again Talon's community of survivors must make plans to defeat this new threat while trying tomake the best of a terrible situation.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Frank Watson

    This is Book 5 in the series. As a whole the series is ok, not a great Zombie series as it is full of contradictions and brings thing's up that are never answered. It also misrepresents many facts. I don't know if this is due to the Author's not knowing them, or he just want's to write his version of things. I might look for book #6, just to see if he clear's up somethings... or I might skip as a waste of time. This is Book 5 in the series. As a whole the series is ok, not a great Zombie series as it is full of contradictions and brings thing's up that are never answered. It also misrepresents many facts. I don't know if this is due to the Author's not knowing them, or he just want's to write his version of things. I might look for book #6, just to see if he clear's up somethings... or I might skip as a waste of time.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    I love this series of books and look forward to the sixth one to come out. John Talon the main character takes you for a ride from book one till the end of book 5. Joseph Talluto's interaction with the characters and story make you feel so involved. I read this series all in one week and cant wait for the next. Does anyone know when Book 6 comes out? I love this series of books and look forward to the sixth one to come out. John Talon the main character takes you for a ride from book one till the end of book 5. Joseph Talluto's interaction with the characters and story make you feel so involved. I read this series all in one week and cant wait for the next. Does anyone know when Book 6 comes out?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emma Williams

    It was good. What I expect from this series. Not strong on character development ans was not sure on the sudden development of possibe immunity?!?!? But it was good enough that'll read the next one. It was good. What I expect from this series. Not strong on character development ans was not sure on the sudden development of possibe immunity?!?!? But it was good enough that'll read the next one.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Our hero is getting older...his family is very much on his mind. I can feel it winding down with this book. Kept asking myself if I had skipped a book throughout this journey. Somehow we missed out on 6 years of zombie wars. What the what??

  16. 5 out of 5

    NormaCenva

    This one was a good read - it looks like the series is picking up speeds for sure! Am reading the next one all ready.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Johnny Jellyspoon

    More of the same. If you've read the others you know what to expect here. More of the same. If you've read the others you know what to expect here.

  18. 4 out of 5

    janie love

    yea

  19. 4 out of 5

    Steven Simpson

    John talon is no longer president but the president of the USA has asked him to Investigate an outbreak in Iowa it's a race against time all action zombie horror! You'll love it! John talon is no longer president but the president of the USA has asked him to Investigate an outbreak in Iowa it's a race against time all action zombie horror! You'll love it!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ralph

    Another excellent addition to the series - can't wait for book six to see what happens now that they have crossed the river. Another excellent addition to the series - can't wait for book six to see what happens now that they have crossed the river.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tamalyn

    loved it!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chad Johnson

  23. 5 out of 5

    Scott Millsap

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Shane Lilley

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rolf Bos

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mohan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amy Gunther

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marisella

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