Couldn't say, never read it
How people come together when there is a tragedy, Also the narrator, can't understand why someone found the narrator bad,
Yes I was moved but not in a good way, I hated it when the story line said children were being eaten alive. I am into this type of book as long as childre are not harmed.
Back to Game of Thrones I guess.
Just about anyone else.
When the nerd boy was talking about his Warhammer 40K game.
I'm the guy who won't turn off a crapy movie. I stick with a television series even after it jumps the shark. But after six hours of this audio book I just couldn't take anymore. Forgettable characters, bland narration, just unscary at every turn. I honestly don't know how I hung in for so long.
No, but I didn't spend much time on it because the narrator was so bad.
Don't know. Didn't get that far.
Everything. I will never listen to a book narrated by him again.
Don't know. I would have to read the book to find out.
I tried to return the book, but it was over a year since I bought it, so it was too late. Tried to listen to it several times but the narrator was terrible and I stopped. I have never stop listening to a book before I will never listen to another audiobook by this narrator again. Too bad because I was looking forward to this book.
I thought just because other people didn't like this book didn't mean I wouldn't so I bought it while it was on sale. I do like the idea of the book, infected people running around biting and spreading the infection. They die just like anyone else does but the numbers are overwhelming within days. What's not to like about that? I'm not a very good writer so it's hard to explain what my problem is exactly but the author never brings these characters to life. It's not painful to listen to but I'm not sure I'll finish simply because I don't really care what happens.
I love BOOKS!
I don't care for the narrators voice.
His voice got better.(shrugs shoulders) This book was way to gross for me. I enjoyed the story but parasites ain't my thang. Ethan is soooo pathetic and worthless. I couldn't stand him; everyone else I liked. I really want to hear the 2nd book but I don't think I can.
The book may be slightly better than the audio mostly because the reader tends to make the strong women sound somewhat weak. This detracts from the overall strength of the survivors in the book. Otherwise, the audio version is decent.
I like the camaraderie of the survivors and the scary infected. They really are scary without the gory detail. Well done.
Overall, I enjoyed the tone of the reader with the exception of his approach towards the female leadership. They appear to be weak and uninteresting due to his tone.
Fun book. Well done.
Dave struggles as he listens to the audiobook of "The Infection" hoping the approach the author took will improve as the book progresses. He listens for several hours, however the author's style distracts from the story. Dave usually enjoys zombie tales, but cannot get into the story because the writting frustrates him and makes the story difficult to access. Eventually Dave gives up on trying to look past the style and writes a review on the website from where he downloaded the audiobook.
Starts out promising, but the ending is very unsatisfying. So many unanswered questions and most of the characters are archetypes instead of "real" people. It's mildly entertaining, but I can't recommend it. If you're in the mood for a Zombie book, read Day By Day Armageddon or The Morningstar Strain books instead.
First off, let me tell you how to fix the narrator's bland reading of this book. Set the speed of narration to 2x. This makes him sound like a normal narrator and makes it much more enjoyable. No longer will the narrator sound like he is falling asleep or drunk and slurring.
Craig DeLouie needs to take some character development lessons from BV Larson or Peter Clines. DeLouie has what seems like endless flashbacks filled with useless information. Almost the entire book was flashbacks. It gets old.
However, the slight twist he gives to this zombie apocalypse is decent enough for me to get the second book in the series. Im hoping that now that all of the annoyingly long character flashbacks are behind us, that he will actually focus on the STORY ahead.
I am no novel writer, but the way the book is written it shifts from first person to third and is awkward to listen to. Its not like going from journal style to third person in a clean transition but more like a zigzag on a rough road.
The story was not bad, a cross between 28 days and a sci-fi monster invasion, the story moved decently and the character development was not the worst.
This performer was absolutely horrible. The entire reading was a cross between the guy who opened for the Twilight Zone, the computer on War Games and the lead penguin in Madagascar. little to no emotion, or voice inflection, and at times sounds like one long run on sentence with as much monotone energy that could be mustered.... baaaad.The only reason I finished this book is because I am frugal and I paid $14.95 for the credit.
While some character development is needed, it was a little long at times.
I will never buy another book from either the writer or the performer... awful, just awful.