Heroes arising from the ranks of ordinary men/women. The accurate portrayal of some coping and some panicking is true to form. (accurate. In a mass casualty event - psychological injury will out number physical injury by greater than 10: 1)
Descriptions of Stealth's physique
Interesting twist on the mutant/zombie theme. Author did well. What is it with the Zombie thing? Why are authors. movies makers so into this theme. Why is our gov't spending serious money drilling on Zombie problems where they suppress/terminate large numbers of unarmed defenseless citizens...Oh wait............. :-(
First time introduced to the author and the series. I found the concept entertaining but what kept me drawn in was the gritty realism and the great characters. Looking forward to another book in the same line
I found that the voice acting was perfectly adequate
If it were free, I'd suggest they try it. Peter Clines is a great author, but this book has no plot other than "we are fighting zombies". There needs to be something else as well.
Of course not! My dislike just may be from knowing Peter Clines from "14" and "The Fold".Very good characters and plot development in those two. This was a bit boring and you really never learn the characters.
Passable, not believeable, callling it in
Maybe, maybe not
Not as great as Armada, but still a good read.
I actually burned through it was faster than intended because there were spots where you just kept wanting to listen.
ever think boutique if superheroes smashing zombies and wonder who would win...find out! and Ironman like suit would cause damage.. read it and find out
I am a fictional reader. I like strong female characters that's don't require a romance story line.
I am not a fan of the zombie fad of TV shows and movies. this concept seemed interesting but I was hesitant. in glad the book wasn't bloody. the beginning of the book i was worried i couldn't finish it because the opening dialogue was lame. this did seem like the authors first book because there was foul language not to add to the story line but just to have it.
I did like the "then" and "now" storytelling it kept it interesting.
not sure if I would get the next one.