I'd read a bit of this book in paperback. Some Audio books should stay paperback, this is one of them. It's like listening to someone read a chemistry book to you.
Commodities broker, father, husband, and avid scifi/fantasy/self help fan.
This is an INSTRUCTION manual. It's a weird listen. I just can't give a manual, especially a fictitious one, a good review.
If you are a zombie genre lover, you may like this. But again, it's a MANUAL.
Get the book, not the audiobook.
observe, Adapt, Survive
The collection of stories of first hand accounts toward the end of the book.
The chapter the list supplies and weapons in detail that should be stock piled
The content of the book is good, though a bit dry in it's layout. The "idea" of a documentary-styled guide to a fictional situation is risky, and I say Brooks' book is a success. Cashman's delivery of the material is an utter failure. His voice woul be at home in a lecture hall filled with captive students. All the better if they are zombies. I'm going to chance World War Z, but only because Cashman's name isn't on the vocal roster.
I got this because of a hillarious deadpan segment about WWIII: the Zombie war, on NPR. I was expecting to laugh, but maybe I just don't get it. Mostly it's just tedious boredom. If I remind myself how ridiculous the whole thing is I do chuckle a bit, but that's about it. I want my credit back.
This book was horrible. His first book had a plot and was fun. This book took the premise seriously. You might as well get your average survival guide. Please don't waste your credits.