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In deserted, snowbound towns and along empty roads, the frozen dead hunt for the living. But death in winter takes many forms... SKYE DENNISON has transformed from naïve college girl to deadly sniper, as cold and lethal as the creatures she hunts. Cut off from her friends in the Bay Area, grieving for the man she loved and lost, she has linked up with a team of Army RangerIn deserted, snowbound towns and along empty roads, the frozen dead hunt for the living. But death in winter takes many forms... SKYE DENNISON has transformed from naïve college girl to deadly sniper, as cold and lethal as the creatures she hunts. Cut off from her friends in the Bay Area, grieving for the man she loved and lost, she has linked up with a team of Army Rangers. Fearing attachment, Skye keeps her distance, but there is a greater fear; the Omega Virus isn't finished with her, and she may well be changing into the thing she fears most... ARMY CAPTAIN LEE SALLINGER lost men in California during a failed rescue mission. He's on foot, low on supplies and ammo, and his only mission now is to keep his remaining squad alive and get them home to Reno. He must attempt the impossible; lead his Rangers across the Sierra Nevada in the deep of winter, into the heart of a killer storm and into the teeth of a merciless enemy... PEPPER DAVIS, country music superstar, had the world at her feet. Now she's starving, trapped on her tour bus in Donner's Pass and slowly freezing to death. Alone and afraid, she watches the dead close in through the deepening snow. She wants to survive, but that will mean summoning a courage she knows she doesn't have... Risen from the legions of the walking dead, a cluster of fearsome Hobgoblins has formed a pack, and is stalking the small band of survivors. Led by a massive and terrifying Alpha, they will stop at nothing to bring down their prey......

Title : The Feral Road
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ISBN : 32872376
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Number of Pages : 388 Pages
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The Feral Road Reviews

  • That Girl KL.
    2018-10-30 02:49

    I can't even... homg. THAT ENDING!! WTAF!!GIMME THE NEXT BOOK RIGHT NOW... ahhhhhoh lol. AWESOME BOOK!!:D

  • Colleen
    2018-10-22 06:02

    Yay, new Omega Days out! God I love this series so much--and while this is the first I have given a four instead of a five--still excellent. I just wished it had cut to the rest of the group--all the other books gave at least hints at what was going on with the people split up (the folks on the ship, the rescue party to get Angie's kid, Skye's adventures)--and this one is centered pretty much solely, except for 1 paragraph, on our favorite stone cold co-ed. I was bitching the other day about my dislike for the proliferation of waify actresses in action roles and someone correctly called out the "Hunger Games" effect. I'd rather more believable casting choices or characters like the 30ish Ripley in Aliens. The above is all rather pointless because I actually buy that 19 year old Skye does everything she has in the past books and especially in this one, as she continues to change. From the very first book when she was unlucky enough to be trapped at the college on the very first day of move in, watching her family get torn apart, and then escaping and transforming herself into remorseless sniper--Campbell has done it all very believably. I like all the main characters in a series that has a pretty large ensemble cast, and introduces a lot of new characters in this book: Pepper Davis, Grammy-winning Country Artist (sort of a Carrie Underwood stand-in) trapped on her fancy touring bus, Briggs, who also got a face-full of zombie goo and suffered the same "slow burn" as Skye, and a bunch of other Rangers that Skye fell in with while battling the hobgoblins in order to save Angie and the rest of her party. The rest of the story is split between Skye and the Rangers trying to make it back to their secret desert base, while fighting off hobgoblins, who keep growing in number. Campbell does the hobgoblins well, eventually there are seven, and imbues them with enough personality and behind the scenes drama for them to put a nice twist that most books don't do. Looking forward to the next book though, because it looks like it will tie everyone back together again!(Also, what the hell was up with the typesetting in this book? Hundreds, if not thousands of times, things tabbed over that shouldn't have been. Started on the first page and get increasingly worse throughout the book--actually made it hard to read at times. How did this get past quality control?)

  • Cynthia Terrones
    2018-11-12 03:44

    THIS IS ONE BOOK YOU WON'T WANT TO PUT DOWN, ONCE IT'S STARTED...BRING ON BOOK #6.RE-READ this book as I mistakenly didn't leave a review for it, the first time I read it. This is definitely a "Must Read Book", in one series you don't want to put down. It grabs you right from the start and does not let you go even with the last page, as you still want more. After everything Skye Dennison has been through, she doesn't believe that anything could get any worse than the horror she has lived through, since the dead started walking. But she was so very wrong, some have evolved, gotten smarter and more vicious, as a new hell, now also walks the Earth. An Alpha "Hobgoblin's" as these new threats are called, has one thing on its mind after "becoming" and that is to remove any threat to itself or its kind and that threat is Skye. 7 Rangers come across Skye and she stays with them, hoping to get to safety, but will any place be safe and will any of them make it, as the hunters become the hunted. Please Mr. John L. Campbell, I'm waiting as patiently as possible for the next book in this great Series, as I'm sure many of your other readers agree with me. Book #6 please... This Book and this Series, 5 Stars all the way!!!

  • Brian Clopper
    2018-11-15 00:03

    I think this will be the last book I read in this series. It feels dragged out and doesn't feel like it has the same spark as the first two books in this series. The hobgoblin threat feels should come to a head. As it stands now, it looks like that threat will be milked out for another 2-3 books.

  • Sherry Gabaldon
    2018-10-26 22:50

    WowI have come to love this series. Particularly this book of the series. I am very much looking forward to the next book!

  • Arin
    2018-11-09 02:45

    Awesome! This series is really addictive. There are a couple of scenes in this one that will really stick with me.

  • Papaphilly
    2018-10-22 22:58

    John L. Campbell continues his saga with The Feral Road and does a nice job. He has left his usual cast of characters to focus on two separate characters, A country star and Skye Dennison, on of his original characters. the country singer is stranded on a bus surrounded by the undead and Skye has lnked up with Recon Rangers trying to return from a failed mission. John L. Campbell is changing his post-apocalyptic world to one of a different horror. It is a very interesting take on the genre and a nice reach instead of the same old same old the genre usually offers up. He asks the question of what happens when you have to travel a long distance and the weather turns bad when you are in the mountains of Colorado. He explores the dynamics of military platoons with the addition of outsiders and the dynamics of the loneliness of being stranded and surrounded by death. The Feral Road is a good read and on the better side of the genre. John L. Campbell is exploring his world and expanding beyond the standard.

  • Patti
    2018-11-02 23:52

    In my eyes, Campbell is tied with Peter Clines with the best zombie series. However, I'm not quite as fond of Campbell as I used to be. (view spoiler)[I don't like sentient zombies. Anyone who's read any of my reviews should know this. Campbell introduced the Hobgoblin zombies a few books ago, but really fleshes them out, so to speak. I get that there needs to be something new and fresh in the zombie genre, but I don't have to like them.(hide spoiler)]He still gets 4 stars because the man knows how to write. He knows how to make you care for characters without a ton of maudlin crap and he isn't afraid to kill off characters that you've invested time into.

  • William Siracuse
    2018-10-19 04:42

    Zombies,hobgoblins, and Skye oh mySo just when you thought damn hordes of walking dead will be our end... up comes the hobgoblin. The hobgoblin twist is cool and being a leader type breeds new life. Great story, picks up Skye's story from the end of Angie and the Nimitiz. Good series to read if you're not.

  • Thomas A LaRosa
    2018-11-10 22:46

    GoodA good book, not great or exceptional. It feels like a segment in a longer narrative where the ending was telegraphed a mile away. The journey to get there was fun and the notion of a smart zombie is interesting.

  • Christine Wall
    2018-11-08 05:03

    This book was back on track with the others - riveting. I didn't want to put it down. The new characters and plot introduced were nothing short of awesome. Now I have to wait for the next installment.....

  • Jane
    2018-10-16 23:55

    OMG! I can't wait for the next book to come out! Thank you, Mr. Campbell!!!