Be yourself to the maximum.
This book, along with the stellar narration by Ray Porter, was truly amazing. I'm buying the hardcover ASAFP!
Probably not, but not because it wasn't good. Because I only ever read most books once.
I was disappointed that this isn't a series, I was under the impression that it was a zombie out break series. But it's not, every book has a different villan and a different threat. Which is OK if you're into non stop action secret agent books, which I am not...
I can't stop. Audiobooks are the diversion and comfort when I am alone, the excitement I don't have the time for, and scratch for that itch
The story was a fun mix of zombies, military action, and mystery. So it was cheesy in places, but I still enjoyed every minute of the adventure.
Zombie Apocalypses are generally not my cup of tea but this book has made me think twice. Definitely needs to be made into a movie! Great book!
This zombie fest never quite takes off. The incidences for zombie attack mostly place in contained environments and are limited to a handful of scenes. If you're reading this for an apocalyptic thrill you'd be best served trying elsewhere. If you're after an action thrill ride with a zombie flair then this book will sate your appetite.
The narrator does a good job with pacing, which has become so rare where reading unutterably slowly seems to be the norm, and each character has their own voice. The listener never gets confused as to who is speaking, and the narrator has also clearly spent some time researching the various accents. A good clear recording and no incidental music also mean that the listener is never pulled out of the experience.