When the zombie apocalypse hits the quiet Asheville, NC, subdivision of Whispering Pines, the residents don't turn to the police or the military. Nope. They rely on their iron-fisted Home Owners Association! Which Jace Stanford and his family aren’t too keen on. Undead hordes are hard enough to deal with in a post-apocalyptic hellscape, who needs HOA fines too?
Filled with blood, gore, plenty of bad jokes, cannibals, dreaded HOA covenants, and a whole lot of snark, Z-Burbia is guaranteed to thrill and entertain!
Welcome to life in Z-Burbia!
Z-Burbia 2: Parkway to Hell
With Whispering Pines refusing to give up and die, Jace “Long Pork” Stanford has nothing better to do than find out who the heavily-armed newcomers in town are. Well, while he’s not busy dealing with the ever present Z hordes. Or running for his life from paramilitary mercenaries. Or possibly blowing up more of the zombie-infested city because he can’t help pressing buttons. Buttons are meant to be pressed, even in the apocalypse, right?
Z-Burbia 3: Estate of the Dead
Jace Stanford has lost family, friends, and his arm to the zombie apocalypse that hit his subdivision of Whispering Pines. But he’s also gained something he never in a million years would have thought would be a plus: the cannibal savant known as Elsbeth.
Now Jace needs Elsbeth’s help more than ever. But is she up to the task when her past is revealed?
A past that is possibly more shocking than the zombie apocalypse itself? Jace is gonna find out the hard way.
And, as everyone knows, in Z-Burbia the hard way usually means a whole lot of people are going to die!
Z-Burbia 4: Cannibal Road
Forced out of Asheville, Jace Stanford’s family, along with a convoy of suburbanites, misfits, criminals, and soldiers, must battle their way through the I-40 corridor of Eastern Tennessee.
When they are separated from their friends and allies in Knoxville, the Stanfords have to rely on their skills as post-apocalyptic survivors to fight off the Zs, insane Vols fans, homicidal sorority girls, and the most deadly of the post-apocalyptic threats- cannibal gangs!
No longer are the Stanfords trying to survive day by day, but hour by hour and minute by minute, as they flee Z-Burbia and race through the hellscape of Cannibal Road!
Z-Burbia 5: The Bleeding Heartland
The American Midwest was a bucolic landscape that didn’t quite adjust to the zombie apocalypse. Instead of open arms and welcoming faces, there are now open mouths and ravenous Zs. The blue collar drive to work hard has become a red-mouthed hunger for flesh.
Jace Stanford, his family, and the rag tag bunch of Whispering Pines survivors, private military contractors, laborers, and former (hopefully?) cannibals now must face the vast, exposed space of America’s Heartland in order to get to a possible sanctuary in the post-apocalyptic ruins of Boulder, Colorado.
Just a simple convoy from point A to point B, right? Yeah, right.
Z-Burbia 6: Rocky Mountain Die
With the plains to their backs, Jace Stanford and crew are just steps from their destination: the Stronghold of Boulder, CO.
Z-Burbia: The Complete Series Boxset, Books 1-6に寄せられたリスナーの声
An Ok post apocalypse book. Had some issues.
The main character was little more than a self absorbed, clueless teenager in an adult body. I have no problem with profanity as long as there is a point. There was a lot of pointless profanity like immature idiots will do with no point at all, other than just to hear themselves jabber. The book had some good points as a zombie book but was downplayed by the sheer stupidity of some of the character development. The narrator took away alot of fun that the book could have been. I guess it was worth listening just to kill time but just barely..........
brilliant narrator was very engaging
loved it, really worth a listen, the narrator nailed it, although the ending felt a bit rushed.