Joe Ledger: Unstoppable

An anthology of new stories by top authors set in the New York Times Bestselling universe of Maberry's Joe Ledger Horror Thriller series about government agents fighting zombies, plagues, and other supernatural terrors.

Foreword by Tony Eldridge
Introduction by Jonathan Maberry
The Honey Pot by Steve Alten
Confusion by Nicholas Steven
Target Acquired by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon
Vacation by Scott Sigler
Banshee by James A. Moore
Red Dirt by Mira Grant
Black Water by Weston Ochse
Instinct by Bryan Thomas Schmidt and G.P. Charles
No Guns at the Bar by Aaron Rosenberg
Strange Harvest by Jon McGoran
No Business at All by Javier Grillo-Marxuach
Ganbatte by Keith R.A. DeCandido
White Flame on Sunday by James Ray Tuck
Wet Tuesday by David Farland
Prince of Peace by Jeremy Robinson
Rookie by Joe McKinney
Three Times by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
Psych Eval by Larry Correia
Crash Course by Dana Fredsti
Atoll by Jonathan Maberry

My Review

This is by far one of the best anthologies I have read in a long time. It is packed full of great short stories. There were a lot of authors I was being introduced to the first time. My list of authors and books to check out has now grown after finishing this anthology. Which goes to saying that I am not that familiar with the world of Joe Ledger. Yet, after getting to know him some being featured in so many stories, I want to familiarize myself better with Ledger.

I am excited to see two of my favorite authors featured in this anthology...Mr. Scott Sigler and Mr. Jeremy Robinson. Both great and amazing authors. If you have never read either of their work, you have to check them out. I was not disappointed in their stories in this anthology. Although, some of my other favorite stories were and not in order: Honey Pot by Steve Alten, Confusion by Nicholas Steven, Target Acquired by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon, White Flame on Sunday by James Ray Tuck, Rookie by Joe McKinney, and Crash Course by Dana Fredsti to name a few others.

Hunting monsters is hard work but it can be humorous as well. Fans of Joe Ledger will by thrilled by this anthology. Skip the candy bars and costumes and treat yourself to a copy of this anthology!


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