I saw the movie and thought this is terrible but it seems like there is an interesting story here that due to lack of budget and Savage editing was not put a across. I was very right the book is actually awesome. Really creepy and interesting but still edgy. Definitely worth the read the follow-up is okay too but not as good.
Before I bought this I read a review that said that it was full of immature humor. I figured it was someone in their fifties or sixties saying that so I, being a young 33, thought it would be perfect for me. It was super immature and just poorly written. But the story was great. I felt like I needed to know what happened next and I enjoyed it for the most part. There were just times when I wanted to slap the stupid out of the writer. "Stop ruining your story!"
This book is awesomely fun and is punctuated by terrific insights into surprising subjects from M-theory to relativistic time to human nature. Absolutely brilliant.
sometimes I cannot contain my laughter. I love zombie books, survival books, and this one is so demented and strange, I'm left speechless. if u like demented and strange it's the best. plus you'll laugh ur a** off.
The story is the story, but Stephen R. Thorne's performance made it a better, funnier story. I'm so disappointed to see he didn't narrate the sequel.
Narration was fine, but the story was kind of a mess. Half the time it felt like it was trying way too hard to be random and/or gross, there's a lot that doesn't make sense or goes unexplained, and I struggled to care enough to get to the end.