The multiple narrators were a great boost to the overall book
It’s an untold look at how we survive a zombie war
Alan Alda naration of rebuilding and reorigination of the west cost
The old Chinese doctor’s phone call to his old friend in the Chinese government health department that tells him everything going to be ok
I love how in depth the story reached, touching on topics that most people would have never suspected to have thought in a world of zombies.
I don't recall her name, but the fighter pilot lost in the woods was incredible!
Each actor bought their own unique spin to each character and an intensity to their performance.
The ending to the Redeka story shocked me entirely.
If you're debating whether or not to listen to this one stop worrying and just do! Even if you've already read the novel listing to the voice crew adds a whole new effect!
well read edge of your seat story line.if you like "walking dead" this book is for you
end of the world....as we know it!
This is the only zombie story everyone needs to hear.
It is a tight and entertaining traipse through today's social condition with enough brain candy for everyone regardless of their love or hate for the zombie genre.
This incredibly fresh take on an otherwise stale storyline is made even fresher with the addition of a horde of accomplished narrators.
If this doesn't get you thinking about the world you live in, you might be a zombie.
exciting engaging intelligent
It's documentary style
Seemed like a real character, not just reading but actual "audio acting"
Alan Alda's character added an extra sense of realism
While like many I'm waiting for the movie, I don't see how it could be any better than the audible version of this book -- Just fantastic
It was very impressive to hear about a similar event told from different perspectives around the world.
It was very unusual to hear about a realistic account from different points of view. Having had some travel experience hearing about different parts of the world was interesting. The author has done his research to make short stories from all parts of the globe sound authentic and plausible.
There were many guest or celebrity narrators. They were well done with regional accents when appropriate.
The downed fighter pilot was very good......with a twist.
Yes, the writing was excellent.
It depends on how the screenplay was written. If it were simply all interview scenes, then no, I think that would be very boring, but if it also had scenes depicting what the interviewed people were talking about, then yes.
Realy makes you think about the political and social repercutions of a world epidemic and how each country would handle it. The zombies just add an element of wierd horror. Great narritors, just wish it was unabridged. I read the book first, and its worth having all the chapters.