We Shall Rise: Black Tide Rising, Book 8.5 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The world has been brought to its knees by the “zombie virus”. Nations have fallen, cities have been overrun by the infected, and the human race has come perilously close to extinction. But with the first winter come and gone, the infected have been reduced to not much more than a background nuisance, and survivors around the world are taking stock and vowing to rebuild and rise up stronger, better, and unafraid.
All-new stories from New York Times best-selling author John Ringo’s Black Tide Rising series:
- Kevin J. Anderson
- Brendon DuBois
- Jody Lynn Nye
- Michael Z. Williamson
- Kacey Ezell
- Mike Massa
- Christopher L. Smith
- Lydia Sherrer
- Jason Cordova
- Brian Trent
- Patrick Vanner
- Jamie Ibson
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 59 minutes|
|Author||John Ringo - editor, Gary Poole - editor|
|Narrator||Tanya Eby, Tristan Morris|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 14, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #32,967 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#91 in Science Fiction Anthologies & Short Stories
#287 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Books)
#559 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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"Wolf Squadron" ,Tom and Steve Smith are mentioned but not present, and that's about it for the Smith family. I'm hoping for more of Faith and Sophia, maybe there will be another book and they'll get their turn.
Worth reading even though i still like the original series best.
And that's ALL the spoilers you'll are getting from me. Go read the book.
The themes of rebuilding society are captured pretty well, but in a grounded baby steps way, and several stories also serve as sequels to installments from previous works and help resolve characters fates.
I don’t like the main Black Tide Rising books written by Ringo very much, but I love the anthologies, and this one might be the best yet.
First off, the main theme of rebuilding was stuck to by each writer, but was done so in really interesting styles, settings, and contexts, while all staying really faithfully true to the original tail that it seemed like they were all just little vignettes from the world Ringo created. Which is, of course, what we all became fans of to start with.
Second, none of the stories were the predictable, “I see it coming from a mile away”, kind of fare that short stories can often become. This is just really good story telling. I’d dare say, real honest craftsmanship. It’s obvious that the writers spent time creating and polishing the tales they told, before submitting them.
Bravo! That was fun!
has truly jumped the shark in putting his name on this collection. In all honesty I too harsh on the .99 cent Amazon beginners writers comparison. The majority of beginning writers put out better work than this. I'll take a hard pass with anything with John Ringo
'S name on it.
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Your mileage (changes in lat-long) shall vary.
Get the book.
Stop and think after each tale.
If you are new to the backstory, get the first book, which shall really rearrange your ideas about the possibilities of survival during a disaster.
Oh, and write a Review, while you are still vibrating, after reading all of all the tales.