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The bears were hungry and the panther was pacing her cage. It was supposed to be a fun field trip to the wild animal safari. It became a nightmare of blood. The zombie virus spread like wildfire and by noon, they were alone. Safe inside the fences, a group of school kids are the only survivors. Like the animals, they’ve lived their whole lives being cared for an The bears were hungry and the panther was pacing her cage. It was supposed to be a fun field trip to the wild animal safari. It became a nightmare of blood. The zombie virus spread like wildfire and by noon, they were alone. Safe inside the fences, a group of school kids are the only survivors. Like the animals, they’ve lived their whole lives being cared for and fed, pampered and loved. Now they have to learn from each other how to survive, how to hunt and how to kill. Full of love, compassion, betrayals and vengeance, this post-apocalyptic series is a unique adventure of bonding, friendship and violence. Don’t threaten the children when the wolves are near. Get your copy today!


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The bears were hungry and the panther was pacing her cage. It was supposed to be a fun field trip to the wild animal safari. It became a nightmare of blood. The zombie virus spread like wildfire and by noon, they were alone. Safe inside the fences, a group of school kids are the only survivors. Like the animals, they’ve lived their whole lives being cared for an The bears were hungry and the panther was pacing her cage. It was supposed to be a fun field trip to the wild animal safari. It became a nightmare of blood. The zombie virus spread like wildfire and by noon, they were alone. Safe inside the fences, a group of school kids are the only survivors. Like the animals, they’ve lived their whole lives being cared for and fed, pampered and loved. Now they have to learn from each other how to survive, how to hunt and how to kill. Full of love, compassion, betrayals and vengeance, this post-apocalyptic series is a unique adventure of bonding, friendship and violence. Don’t threaten the children when the wolves are near. Get your copy today!

30 review for The Feral Children: Animals

  1. 4 out of 5

    Howard

    4 Stars for The Feral Children: Animals (audiobook) David A Simpson read by Eric A Shelman. This was a fun story. Young people fighting zombies.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    Mr. Simpson read the beginning of this book at the end of Book #6 - Highway to Heartache, and it sounded too good to miss. . . and it did not disappoint. Some of the happenings are unreal, however this made the book that much more interesting. A fantastic Zombie outbreak listen, and I highly recommend picking this one up. : 0 ) Teenage kids trapped in a zoo when there is a zombie outbreak. What a great idea for a new series! Looking forward with great anticipation to book #2!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alina

    " Swan appeared other worldly in her hyena cloak.... Swan never know such ache and tears weren't enough. Crying wasn't enough. When Zero loosed his pain and howled his sorrow at the moon, she joined in..." A wild bear fights a zombie to defend his boy.. A girl teaches a wolf how to hunt? Impossible? In a Savage new world, zoo animals and Orphans develope a unique bond and fight together against all odds.. Fast zombies and evil human attack the new formed pack.. Will they survive? Will the animal " Swan appeared other worldly in her hyena cloak.... Swan never know such ache and tears weren't enough. Crying wasn't enough. When Zero loosed his pain and howled his sorrow at the moon, she joined in..." A wild bear fights a zombie to defend his boy.. A girl teaches a wolf how to hunt? Impossible? In a Savage new world, zoo animals and Orphans develope a unique bond and fight together against all odds.. Fast zombies and evil human attack the new formed pack.. Will they survive? Will the animals fight on their side? Is there a place in the world for this new wild type of friendship.. By the author of the incredible success story Zombie Road, David Simpson and Wesley Norris..

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bob McCadden

    This is a decent book, nothing amazing and nothing terrible about it. The idea behind the book was great but a bunch of cliche events and suddenly it’s over. The black and white ideals of the characters let you know the outcome of any scene much before it happened, however since the storyline involved something new like kids and zoo animals In an apocalypse it makes it breeze by. Good book I’ll say.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    You always assume children have no chance against zombies but this compelling story gives you a much different take on how they may survive. An outing to a zoo ends up saving a group of children from the zombies. This tale has them adopting certain animals to help them survive and shows how they have to change the way they would naturally react to survive the terror. I highly recommend this book to any fan of the zombie genre and I'm looking forward to reading much more of their story. You always assume children have no chance against zombies but this compelling story gives you a much different take on how they may survive. An outing to a zoo ends up saving a group of children from the zombies. This tale has them adopting certain animals to help them survive and shows how they have to change the way they would naturally react to survive the terror. I highly recommend this book to any fan of the zombie genre and I'm looking forward to reading much more of their story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pheebz

    David A Simpson's Feral Children 8 15 2019 Wow, where do I begin? David A Simpson's books are so well written, they leave me speechless each and every time I finish one of his books. My mind is just reeling. He grabs your attention immediately and takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride all the way to the end of the book. Leaving you wanting more. (Good thing the second book is in the works. Or so I hear.) I love all the characters even the villain. I am partial to wolves but would be hard David A Simpson's Feral Children 8 15 2019 Wow, where do I begin? David A Simpson's books are so well written, they leave me speechless each and every time I finish one of his books. My mind is just reeling. He grabs your attention immediately and takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride all the way to the end of the book. Leaving you wanting more. (Good thing the second book is in the works. Or so I hear.) I love all the characters even the villain. I am partial to wolves but would be hard-pressed to pick just one of the children and their animal companions at the Wild Animal Safari sanctuary to be my favorite. I need to get the next book ASAP to see if Gordon gets what he deserves. I cheered out loud when I thought he(Gordon) was going to be the one that got tossed into the pool... but it just wasn't his cousin Richard's day. I love the fact that the underdogs, the children at the animal sanctuary learned to work together quickly and were resourceful enough to do what they needed to be done before the electric went down. Many adults could learn a thing or two from this merry band of children. Again it was so well written and the world the author has created in the Zombie Road series ties in so well with the offshoot books and are just as entertaining and addictive. It isn't very often that you discover a “New Author” that brings his A-game to everything he crafts and puts out into the world. For that, I am truly thankful. Many Authors get lazy after a few successful books but not Mr. David A Simpson. I will be a fan for life. He is truly talented and down to earth, I met him a few yrs ago at a charity event, I stumbled onto his first book Zombie Road a year before that and was blown away with his talent to tell a story, make believable characters and worlds that just envelope the reader. He makes it seem so easy when it is one of the hardest professions to be successful at. Well done Sir.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was an excellent take on the zombie apocalypse with a really fresh approach that was fun and a little hopeful. I wish there had been less focus on Gordon. His character is one we have seen in other stories (spoiled, lacking empathy, vengeful) and it was really frustrating to spend so much time inside his head, see his plans fail and then see him bounce back stronger than before. Wish we had spent a bit more time with Donny, Swan, Harper and the others adjusting to being on their own, getting This was an excellent take on the zombie apocalypse with a really fresh approach that was fun and a little hopeful. I wish there had been less focus on Gordon. His character is one we have seen in other stories (spoiled, lacking empathy, vengeful) and it was really frustrating to spend so much time inside his head, see his plans fail and then see him bounce back stronger than before. Wish we had spent a bit more time with Donny, Swan, Harper and the others adjusting to being on their own, getting used to one another or even figuring out tech after Gordon trashed the solar panels. As much as I liked the story, spending so much time on Gordon's POV undercut all of the stuff I loved in the rest of the book. Spoiler ahead**** And having him end up as leader of the gated community in the end really impacted my overall enjoyment of the book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    kelly r engler

    Not another zombie story I was searching for a book about animals and fantasy and found this. Then when I realized it was yet another zombie story I almost stopped. But the relationship of wild animal and kid was simply enchanting. Better yet the story of kids surviving w the help of partly wild animals is fantastic. The blossoming of the kids strengths and the loving nature of the pairings between beast and child is beautiful. Light and dark is a battle w these kids as they fight to stay in the Not another zombie story I was searching for a book about animals and fantasy and found this. Then when I realized it was yet another zombie story I almost stopped. But the relationship of wild animal and kid was simply enchanting. Better yet the story of kids surviving w the help of partly wild animals is fantastic. The blossoming of the kids strengths and the loving nature of the pairings between beast and child is beautiful. Light and dark is a battle w these kids as they fight to stay in the light, even to the end. I highly recommend this book to anyone with a love of animals. I can't wait for book two!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    Freaking awesome A freaking awesome story. Born from a small chapter in zombie Road five this expanded story is an extraordinarily entertaining tale of survival courage and ingenuity. A group of children trapped in the zombie apocalypse learn to survive. No spoilers you must read the book to find out. Children from the ages of six to around 14 survive and learn from wild beasts. Find out the challenges they must endure to survive. As always man is the most evil among us. I cannot wait for the nex Freaking awesome A freaking awesome story. Born from a small chapter in zombie Road five this expanded story is an extraordinarily entertaining tale of survival courage and ingenuity. A group of children trapped in the zombie apocalypse learn to survive. No spoilers you must read the book to find out. Children from the ages of six to around 14 survive and learn from wild beasts. Find out the challenges they must endure to survive. As always man is the most evil among us. I cannot wait for the next book in the trilogy

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Faye

    Pretty cool This is a different take on people surviving a zombie uprising. It starts with a weekend visit to a zoo and the group of children who are at the zoo learn to survive along with some of the zoo's animals. They become a fierce tribe and learn to survive not just against the zombies but humans who are bad people as well. it is an interesting read, I would say a young adult book the language is pretty mild and the gore is not too graphic for the most part. I wasn't going to read the rest Pretty cool This is a different take on people surviving a zombie uprising. It starts with a weekend visit to a zoo and the group of children who are at the zoo learn to survive along with some of the zoo's animals. They become a fierce tribe and learn to survive not just against the zombies but humans who are bad people as well. it is an interesting read, I would say a young adult book the language is pretty mild and the gore is not too graphic for the most part. I wasn't going to read the rest of the series, but I got invested and did!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amber Tucker

    I really liked this book The first time we read about the kids was in The Zombie Road book, just a short interaction. I'm glad we get more of their story. We get the kids view from before the outbreak to winter. They learn survival skills and grow up quick. They are ignorant of someone wanting revenge and psychopaths. I love the relationship of the kids and their animals and can't wait to see how they continue to protect themselves. I really liked this book The first time we read about the kids was in The Zombie Road book, just a short interaction. I'm glad we get more of their story. We get the kids view from before the outbreak to winter. They learn survival skills and grow up quick. They are ignorant of someone wanting revenge and psychopaths. I love the relationship of the kids and their animals and can't wait to see how they continue to protect themselves.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    The Feral Children is a very unique apocalyptic tale centered around one small area. The world-building and character descriptions are incredible. There are points where I thought "this is a bit overboard ' but the I realized that we have no idea of what a group of children would do if left alone in as extremely dangerous situation. This might be their story, if they are strong, strong and determined. I throughly enjoyed reading it and hope you will also. I highly recommend it to anyone that lik The Feral Children is a very unique apocalyptic tale centered around one small area. The world-building and character descriptions are incredible. There are points where I thought "this is a bit overboard ' but the I realized that we have no idea of what a group of children would do if left alone in as extremely dangerous situation. This might be their story, if they are strong, strong and determined. I throughly enjoyed reading it and hope you will also. I highly recommend it to anyone that likes apooc/dystopian novels. Read via Kindle Unlimited

  13. 5 out of 5

    David J. Breeden

    A totally different vantage point of a zombie apocalypse. The beginning of the end and a group of children learning the pain and reality of a new dangerous world. On a weekend visit to a animal nature park, a group of children are forced to come together and survive. You just want to cuddle with the animals, well maybe not all of them. A tale of bonding and fighting to survive. You want to protect them, but they are doing a good job by themselves. . A must read for all zombie fans.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Hendrix

    Great book This book was my introduction to the story of the children from the Zombie Road series. And what a story! The idea of young children, alone, not only learning how to survive the zompoc, but actually growing and learning how to survive is an excellent story line. I am so glad I found this- the children’s characters were so well thought out. The action was intense and riveting. I am very glad there are additional books planned...I will be reading them all.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Twilla Wickedly Sweet and Synful Book Blog

    WOW! This was my first book by either of these authors. The book was recommended to me by Amazon. The cover art sealed the deal. It is beautiful. Man this was AMAZING! These kids were so colorful and intelligent. The ANIMALS blew my mind. I can’t wait to read more. Some things I didn’t like were some small inconsistencies and the time jump. The time jump didn’t enhance the story at all. Just annoyed me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Johnny

    Book one Mistakes: I found only two. Plot: This is a spin off of the zombie road saga. The children that survived the start of a zombie apocalypse while at a safari zoo park, and how they used the animals to help themselves survive. Not by eating them, but by taking them in as true companions and family. Characters: I love them all. 8.4/10 I really want to see the Tribe grow.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mindy Hopkins

    Really good and interesting. I'm the type that writes 100% honest reviews. Good,bad, or ugly. With that being said this book was really good and very interesting. It made you think about what would happen if teens were left alone to adapt in a shtf scenario. I would have liked to read more about their trips to town or maybe other homes? But over all it was a very good book. Really good and interesting. I'm the type that writes 100% honest reviews. Good,bad, or ugly. With that being said this book was really good and very interesting. It made you think about what would happen if teens were left alone to adapt in a shtf scenario. I would have liked to read more about their trips to town or maybe other homes? But over all it was a very good book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Amazing First, to those who consider a few editing errors a contract breaker, you would be a good to let that stand in your way. Second, the characters are amazing, well fleshed out and very interesting. Third, the story is amazing. I love the use of children and wild animals. It is such a fresh take in this gener.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Billy Barfield

    Sweet little children Sweet little children , those words would haunt whoever crossed this little thrown together mismatched family.. sorry wrong word ..tribe .. yeah that word fits this little tribe to a T. This book is written so that the eternal question of how would children fare in a world of death and destruction is answered.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Tidwell

    Great story! Excellent book. The characters are all wonderfully written, with enough backstory to make them believable. It's always nice to know what's going on outside a main groups storyline. Great story! Excellent book. The characters are all wonderfully written, with enough backstory to make them believable. It's always nice to know what's going on outside a main groups storyline.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Page

    Excellent story of children battling to stay alive in a vicious new world!! I read the series that spoke of these children and was excited to learn more of them!! An excellent read for teens and adults!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ginger

    WOW! Expectations exceeded! I was super excited when I heard he was going to write this spin off series. My expectations were high and he still managed to exceed them. What a great story and I cannot wait for the next one.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Susan Tydings

    What a great story! Kids, animals, and an apocalypse. I have a passion for apocalyptic literature, children, and animals. One of my adult children is the curator of mammals at a zoo. How marvelous. I love to hear him talk about animals he loves. You can feel this in the author’s writings on his animal characters. A young man, struggling to get by through school and work,to help support his mother, is thrown into an event of plague of biblical proportions.Very quickly the animal populations of the What a great story! Kids, animals, and an apocalypse. I have a passion for apocalyptic literature, children, and animals. One of my adult children is the curator of mammals at a zoo. How marvelous. I love to hear him talk about animals he loves. You can feel this in the author’s writings on his animal characters. A young man, struggling to get by through school and work,to help support his mother, is thrown into an event of plague of biblical proportions.Very quickly the animal populations of the world are Left behind locked family home doors and zoos,and zombies begin to shamble about.Groups of castaway children form a tribal family bond with the animals in in their care at a zoo. Banding together using their joint resources, these children learn to survive during a catastrophic event much of it taking place in the dead of winter. It is an interesting read, one appropriate for older elementary school children and middle schoolers. Some scenes are gory But the language is not too risque. If you like young adult science fiction of the apocalyptic genre and have a penchant for kids and animals you should enjoy this book.A vacation at the beach or camping in the rain could be made so memorable with this book read or shared among a group of kids around a very damp campfire.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Watson

    Ostrich, giraffe, and bears... Oh my.. Amazing and entertaining. I really enjoyed reading how each of these children developed. They are each so different yet they are so bonded. I can't wait for the next one. Ostrich, giraffe, and bears... Oh my.. Amazing and entertaining. I really enjoyed reading how each of these children developed. They are each so different yet they are so bonded. I can't wait for the next one.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Feral Omg! That was phenomenal! I think you have a rival series to Zombie Road. Good thing you are writing both series. The characters were awesome and the story too. Just flowed together and I could not put it down. I would recommend it to anybody that wants a fantastic read!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Angela Hatcher

    Amazing read I love David Simpson's Zombie Road books. You caught a glimpse of the feral kids. Wesley did a great job bringing them to life. Great collaboration between David and Wesley. The story is engaging and doesn't disappoint. I'm really looking forward to more. Amazing read I love David Simpson's Zombie Road books. You caught a glimpse of the feral kids. Wesley did a great job bringing them to life. Great collaboration between David and Wesley. The story is engaging and doesn't disappoint. I'm really looking forward to more.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leverna Hoffman

    I was so excited to hear David was doing a spin-off series of the feral children introduced in Zombie Road and this book does not disappoint. Co-written by David A Simpson and Wesley Norris, this is a must read. Can’t wait for the next installment.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Melody Steenbergh

    I can't wait for the next one Good story and I am waiting for the next (as was promised), in fact at least two more. Although I found the Zombie Road series a more edge of your seat story, I thoroughly enjoyed this one. I can't wait for the next one Good story and I am waiting for the next (as was promised), in fact at least two more. Although I found the Zombie Road series a more edge of your seat story, I thoroughly enjoyed this one.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marinda

    Awesome I can't wait to read more about these wonderful, brave feral children. Gordon has got to go, he's bound and determined to destroy everything Kodiac and the tribe has struggled to build. These children are amazing and the story is great Awesome I can't wait to read more about these wonderful, brave feral children. Gordon has got to go, he's bound and determined to destroy everything Kodiac and the tribe has struggled to build. These children are amazing and the story is great

  30. 5 out of 5

    Michael D. Hansen

    Great book!!!!! Fantastic new series!!! I wasn't sure about it at first, but after reading about the feral kids in Zombie Road 7, I just HAD to read it!!!! The action and characters are unbelievable (in a good way...LOL)!!!! Glad to find out it's at least a 3 book series!!! Great book!!!!! Fantastic new series!!! I wasn't sure about it at first, but after reading about the feral kids in Zombie Road 7, I just HAD to read it!!!! The action and characters are unbelievable (in a good way...LOL)!!!! Glad to find out it's at least a 3 book series!!!

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