I have enjoyed this program.
I will probably read everything in this series, and if Maberry has done or will do anything similar, I'm sure I will read that as well. These books are just gratifying.
Great detective story but if you are wanting a lot of zombie action then try Rot and Ruin. Over all a good story and I'm looking forward to the next book!
The story was good. It is what attracted me to the book. The voice was perfect. He carried the story. I have stated a lot of good book and never finished. It was hard to pull myself away.
I found the narration to be awful. I never felt the pressure or suspense the author wanted to convey. It even felt like the narrator didn't believe in the story and tried to present it as comedy.
Hard to rate the story because the narration turned me off and I started and stopped so many times it all became disjointed after awhile.
Overall the story was overdone from the start... To much mundane description for points never again revisited such as the main characters induction to his new anti-terror position at the beginning of the book.
Actions taken by some of the terrorists towards the middle and end are contrived and unbelievable.
I would! Let me be up front, I wouldn't know an "excellent" book from a "just okay" book if you forced me to. But I do know that I had a really good time listening to this. The main character is funny, and he is easy to relate to.
All of the characters were pretty good
That is a tough question, the easy answer is Joe but since he is the main character it is easy to say that. I have to say I liked his performance as Church.
It was. It moved at a good pace and didn't drag very much, it had the timing of an action movie.
If you are looking for a fun book, check this out. If you are looking for a soul-searching enlightening experience ... well this might not be the book you are going to want to read for that.
This is a lightweight and fun beach read, even though that term is usually reserved for chick lit.........Super cop Joe Ledger faces a bioterrorism weapon that can turn people into zombies, able to rise from the dead with just enough brain function to search out, kill, and eat other people, turning them into zombies too. He's brought into a super-secret military organization to destroy the undead threat, and I presume he continues with that group all through the series of novels. He's strong, fit, smart, fast, and deadly.....essentially, he's Jack Bauer in the first season of 24, over-the-top but good fun as a hero. Add in terrorism, conspiracy theories, traitors, technology, and zombies......well, who wouldn't have a great time?
Good narration makes it that much more fun.
Once I got into the rhythm of the narrator and past a bit of the cheese, I found myself engrossed! Hate to admit it but at first I didn't care for the narrators "voice" of the main character ( I kept picturing Brian of the Family Guy as a cop), but once I realized that I really liked the narration for other characters and the storyline got more complex I was hooked! I plan to continue the series.