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"It wasn’t supposed to happen like this." 

When Leah and Calvin found out they were expecting, they were over the moon. That day would be one to remember forever… but for more reasons than one. That was the day the world changed. That was the day joy turned to fear. A deadly virus broke out, with many of those infected becoming violent and uncontrollable. And it was spreading fast. Realizing they are no longer safe in their own home, they make a break out of the city to find sanctuary. But when Leah is bitten, Calvin faces the unimaginable struggle of having to take care of their newborn alone. Traveling with the baby and his dead wife in tow, he comes across Hannah, a young girl who lost her family to the virus. They make their way across country together, meeting others trying to find their own sanctuary. They eventually find safety but Calvin soon realizes all is not as it seems and he must make an agonizing choice.

©2017 Jacqueline Druga (P)2017 Jacqueline Druga

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  • audra dryer
  • 16 01 2018

Short Good Zombie Story

Short, but Good Zombie Story. I did enjoy this story. I liked the characters, especially the little girl Hannah. I was caught off guard more than once with the twists and turns of the story. Glad I listened! I loved the end. Definitely didn't see that coming (and I usually do). I did receive this for free for an honest review.

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  • Joseph Mahoney
  • 15 01 2018

Different take on the Zombie Genre

No Man's Land by Jacqueline Druga was a unique take on the popular Zombie Story. Zombie is never used they were called V's for being Virally Animated. Calvin the Father of newborn Edward is the most ill-equipped mentally and physically character written into a post-apocalyptic story that is not killed in the first few chapters. He is lucky to find a young 12-year-old girl named Hannah on his journey to a Sanctuary City. If you are looking for a different take on or are a fan of the genre this one is for you.

The narration is by Andrew B. Wehrlen. He provides excellent work on this story and really does some amazing work with all the different characters.

This review copy audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge via Audiobook Boom for an unbiased review.
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  • Tiffany
  • 15 01 2018

No Man's Land

For once, a Jacqueline Drugga book that didn't I cry at the end. I like the twist on the zombie genre. I've listened to this narrator before and he did not disappoint. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14 01 2018

loved

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

What an ending! I really enjoyed this book and writing style. I listened it it in one sitting! It was compelling and had quite a twist.

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  • D. Sturgeon
  • 11 01 2018

Great zombie story

I received this audio book in exchange for my honest review. I personally love zombie stories and this is a great one. I was riveted throughout. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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  • Andrew Bounds
  • 10 01 2018

Great choice for fans of the zombie genre

What made the experience of listening to No Man's Land the most enjoyable?

I enjoy a well written zombie story and this definitely qualifies. The story was well paced and while it definitely dealt with some very dark material, it didn't get too heavy. The book wasn't very long, which is a strength for a zombie story in my opinion to avoid it getting dry and repetitive, as zombies are not exactly dynamic characters. I think the author did a good job of digging into the human aspect of the genre.

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The performance was good, and the point across. I felt like Andrew B. Wehrlen was able to get into the mind of the main character and it did actually feel like the character was telling the story. He did speak a little to quick at times and in bursts, but overall, a good job.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Oswald
  • 10 01 2018

Jacqueline Druga Does it again. Great Book

Wow. Very impressed. Tragic tale of love lost and gained. Calvin’s journey with Edward and Hannah was fun and exciting.
We, as a people, can let emotions control so much of what we do that it can actually become detrimental.
The book got me. This is Mrs. Druga’s talent. In a genre where it is easy to not be moved by the death of characters, she always manages to pull the heart strings. She makes you care about characters that are all too often throwaway in most other authors works. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the Zombie, post-apocalypse or end times genres.

The narration was fantastic. Mr. Wehrlen does a great job of bringing the characters to life and showing the emotional toll that surviving in a world gone bad can have on a person.

I requested a free review copy of this audiobook and I am leaving a voluntary and honest review.

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  • Daniel Delgado
  • 09 01 2018

Brief But Touching

Yet another book in the Zombie sub-genre, this book is a pleasant listen. There is little in the way of uniqueness, until the end. However, while not doing much to stray from the norm there is plenty to like.
Calvin, the protagonist, is ill-suited for a world that requires survival skills. He often lacks enough conviction to make definitive choices and is a bit naive. Thus he is pitiable, as all he wants is to find safety or his newborn son but is continually thwarted. Until he receives assistance from someone far wiser than himself.
Andrew Wehrlen is a solid narrator. I enjoy his work far more than some of the big names out there, but I doubt it will be long before he becomes a recognizable reader. He truly makes stories more enjoyable.

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  • willee
  • 09 01 2018

Decent Apocalypse

I did enjoy this slightly different Apocalypse story. It is about a father (Calvin) traveling with his newborn son, Edward after his wife (Leah) died during birth trying to find safe place. He comes across Hannah an 11 yr. old (great character) who helps him and vice versa as his wife Leah following. It does have slight sad ending. If you enjoy this recommend author’s book 10:37. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you!

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  • trixie
  • 09 01 2018

No Man's Land

This has a different take on zombies & the apocalypse. Calvin & his wife Leah are overjoyed with their pregnancy. Nothing would come of this virus everyone was talking about. Not here everybody said. Were they wrong? Of course they were. Very interesting story