You will either love it or hate it. There is sound advice that can be used in multiple situations not just zombies.
WWZ was the first audio book I tried. Really enjoyed it so I thought I'd check out the survival guide. I thought this was lame. Perhaps it just didn't translate well into audio from print. It did have some comical value in that the narrator spent a great deal of time describing some weapon or vehicle or hiding place or fortress in great detail only to tell you that each is unsuitable for anything except ensuring your personal doom. While I highly recommend World War Z (still the best audio book I've listened to) I think I'd take a pass on the survival guide. I feel no better prepared to defend myself from zombies. There I said it.
I should have done a little more research into this before I purchased it as an audio book.
Don't waste you time.
I expected something humorous like the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy where the "Guide" is incorporated into a story or narrative. It isn't.
The poor narrator does a valiant job at reading lists and dry text. But this is in no way entertaining our even interesting in audio form.
Perhaps in print form the book is more engaging. But in audio form it's as interesting as listening to someone read washing instructions.
LOVED IT AND CANT WAIT FOR IT TO HAPPEN!!! IVE ALREADY GOT MY LIST ON WHOS 1ST TO GO!!! LOL!!!
easy to get into with a mix of truths and stories, most weapon descriptions are fairly accurate as is the siege survival and stationary survival. on the run is plausible while the sea survival is iffy . overall a good listen, needs better tactics but very good nonetheless
All the Historical research that went into making this book.And the well thought-out platforme.
It wasn't that kind of a book.
He did an excellent job.
If you believe in Zombies or not you should listen or read this book.It was well researched and presented in such a way that opens your eyes to it may not be as far fetched as you once thought.