Dead Mech: A Military Sci-Fi Action Adventure with Mechs in a Zombie Apocalypse

· The Apex Trilogy Book 1 · Samannah Media · Narrated by Julie Hoverson
4.5
237 reviews
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Military Sci-Fi Adventure Series - In a Post Apocalyptic far future, there is only one thing that can save the fragile civilizations humanity has cobbled together: the mechs. A ragtag crew of mech pilots must battle the undead hordes, cannibal tribes, and religious cults in a daily race to keep humanity safe. But now a threat worse than anything has surfaced and is growing stronger. The undead have reanimated in their own battle machines and created the rise of the Dead Mechs!

Dead Mech is a zombie-filled, post-apocalyptic, military scifi, mecha action/adventure novel like no other!


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“It’s mechs. It’s zombies. It’s zombies in mechs. You already know you’re going to buy it. So just get it over with.” -New York Times Bestselling Author Scott Sigler


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4.5
237 reviews
M Roberts (Senacharim)
November 7, 2019
This is a puerile "fantasy as sci-fi" story. For the first efforts of a high-school novice, it's quite well written, though it ignores the realities of military discipline, military technology, engineering, tectonics, and programming--and that's after accepting the plot devices of Mechs, Zombies, and [spoiler redacted]. Despite *Dead Mech*'s many short-comings (and one dimensional characters) the story is reasonably compelling. I look forward to reading this author's future works when s/he graduates into an experienced and well-rounded author.
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Zero Doubt
December 15, 2020
The beginning of the book was hard to get a feel of because it kept switching between here and there with different characters. But as the story progressed, the more I felt myself getting into it. by the time I was a third of the way through, I had a really hard time putting my headphones down. I wanted to keep listening, learning more and more. the story is so different from the hundreds of other zombie stories you see out there, so it was really refreshing. 4/5 stars because of the beginning. Near perfect book if you ask me.
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Dane Anker
December 15, 2023
The author hops back and forth between scenes constantly. It's really tedious way to tell a story. A 20 minute sitcom would make sense in such a format, but for a novel it's maddening. I love the ambition and imagination of a mech-filled zombie apocalypse, but it does read like an ambitious but inexperienced novice wrote it. Narrator was great, I'd listen to her again, but not the author if this is any example of his other works.
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