I had a really hard time getting into this one, and it often bored me.
I was very confused by the jumping around, and there wasn't much action like you'd expect from a zombie book. There was some, but it was dry and sardonic.
Not a fan. My mind often wandered listening. He lacks inflection.
This sucked a big one. Waste of a credit.
I am not sure what other reviewers are listening to but it is not this book. I recognize the post apocalyptic fiction may not be Shakespeare but we should hold these authors to some standards. Disjointed stories, illogical threads, forgotten and underdeveloped characters, ridiculously fantastic leaps to happy ending conclusions. I can't take it!
Oh and this narrator was terrible!
YES VERY MUCH... vocie was too boring
No action to keep you on the edge of your sit....hard time listening to this one...
Only listened to the first couple of hours. It is not terrible, but there is nothing new here.
I found myself drifting away into thoughts of almost anything but the story playing in my ears...so no, it really wasn't time well spent.
The group survival dynamic was fairly well presented..there was just so much repetition that it was really hard to stay interested.
He read what should have been a thriller in such a monotone professorial manner that I felt more lectured than entertained...and someone please tell him revulsion just needs to be said, not 'pronounced'' each time as re-vul-zyun.
Possibly a movie, with lots of editing. Don't have a clue who should star in it..since I don't care for Tom Cruise so he could play the part of a character who turns to a 'screamer' in the first part of the book.
Every cliche about the sting of the smell of cordite, revulsion at the zombies, on and on seemed to be used to pad the story...sometimes editing and telling a story in a straightforward way is really the best way.
Some other folks gave book two better ratings, so I'll probably try that one. I'll try it solely on recommendations, though, and not because I thoroughly enjoyed this book. At the Halloween sale price of $6.95, it's fair entertainment.
Bad reading. Very monotone. Quickly fades to background noise unless you're really paying attention.
Just little things - You can tell the author has no survival or firearms training. Authors like Jonathan Maberry and J. L. Bourne have either done extensive research or lived it, respectively. Every time someone "flipped the safety off on their Glock", I was truly wishing they were pointing it at me instead of a zombie.
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I finished this book and I thought it was good, however it was a hard read for me. I didn't like how the story jumped around and I had a hard time loving the characters. I did like them however. I thought the idea of the story was well thought out.
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IT WAS A FUNNY BOOK, BUT I DID NOT LIKE THE NARRATOR. I THINK I WOULD HAVE LIKED IT IF THAT WAS DIFFERENT. COULD NOT FINISH LISTENING TO IT.
the book is full on from start to finish takes a lot for me to really get interested in a book but didn't want this one to end and a little note to Craig Dilouie there better be a part 2 in the making lol