It was very entertaining. My only complaint would have to be the unbelievable amount of damage the main character could take and still be able to function. The characters were memorable though and the story wrapped up nicely.
Really wanted to like this book. I'm sure the narrator is the problem. Really like story and yes Natchez bottom is really creepy!!! Story takes place in my area😜
Hacker and tinker
Quirky dialog, blunt characters, and adrenaline fuel melee. Author owned a gun store, and he knows his guns so be prepared.
the Elves were awesome.
Franks and Myers.
Yes, but good luck.
It's not a real serious story. Have fun with it you'll love it, and make sure you have a spare set of pants.
...I got past the title and found it to be great fun. Not just simple monsters, but a variety of interesting ones. One thing I really appreciated over many other similar works of fiction is that the author really knows his firearms. He doesn't just throw around cool-sounding gun brands and models, he knows a wide variety of less know guns that the characters being gun nuts would know and respect. He also avoids the TV/Movies over exaggeration of the effects of bullets (I'll give a little leeway since it is a fictional novel about monsters).
First time listening to a book by Larry Correia. I really enjoyed the story, and the narrator, Oliver, also did a terrific job... listening at 1.5x speed, otherwise the narration moves too slow. But the speed thing applies to most audio books.
For people who like this book, I would recommend the Zombie Fallout series by Mark Tuff, and I would recommend this book to people who liked that series. But seriously people, listen to your audio books at 1.5x and you will enjoy them much more.
I will continue to buy books in this series.