The characters were well developed and there was hardly any down time or calmness.
I think guns and zombies go together perfectly, so it's all good!!
what started out as a great apocalyptic zombie novel turned into a harlequin romance novel...these women are more concerned about the cute guys than they are surviving and mourning their families
I just felt the book was just filler in between two covers. The main character I just couldn't get into, I enjoyed the abused housewife character that should of been more explored and centralized. This book just lacked something to me.
something better, maybe a repeat of
good voice acting ?
Disappointment in time I will never get back
I would look into the morning star strain, day by day armageddon, or even One Second After by William R. Forstchen.
I'm a cheerleader for authors, narrators and audiobooks I love! All things Romance, Horror and Sci Fi
What a fantastic story, it held my attention from the beginning. Such complex characters, and totally believable. I'm downloading the next installment right now! What are you waiting for?
There should be a drinking game for every time the words 'fingers,' 'truck,' or 'lesbian,' appear in this book. The vocabulary leaves much to be desired.
This book quickly devolves into a typical romance novel fairly quickly. I don't understand the point in making Katie bisexual if all she's going to do is fall for a guy (a rather dull one at that) anyway. This book was just awful. The author needs to expand her vocabulary. "loco loco loco"
"evil wins when good men do nothing "quote
Prehaps a little less feelings while zombies are banging at the doors, a little less annoying
No love the zombie gene but not this book
Keep it simple with the relatioships, basic boy meets girl.
I am a graphic designer by trade and a Film student by choice! I am always looking for a good story!
The best series of books that I have gotten from Audible so far! I find myself listening to the story over and over again!
There are so many memorable moments in this series! I found myself on the edge of my seat over and over again! My favorite moment in this book comes with the intro of Nerit- the aging female Israeli sniper. I so want to have her cool factor!
Cassandra’s characterizations are all top notch! However Katie, Jenny and Nerit are her best
This book had me on the edge of my seat and I could not stop listening to it. I would find myself tensing then relaxing again only to hold my breath a moment later!
I would suggest reading (As the world dies: Untold stories book 1) before moving on to book 2. Rhiannon is an excellent writer that has rich character development! Her books are about the people in a situation, instead of A situation with people thrown in. I have become an avid fan of hers and this is where it all started!
I'm a horror nut! Zombies in particular! Epidemics, end of all things! Also enjoyed Game of thrones very much!
Surprising, Real, smooth
I think many zombie Genre Books compare to each other so maybe here I will say where I feel it Differs. Where many Zombie books deal with zombies,Death,chewing,tearing,ripping etc.. this story will also tell you stories inside of stories which will smoothly lead you into stories which all get tied up into a Zombie Tearing and chewing Story.. YA FEeL Me!
Believe it or not Jenny! Probably first Female Character I've been down with! Most end up being the bimbo sexpots who after they are sexed out nobody minds they get eaten (by zombies). Well not here, No Sir!! This young lady is Bad Ass, Kick Ass, Fiercly Loyal & protective of her friends/Family.. And I picture her being very Hott! I actually imagine her looking very much like the author of the book!!
Tag Line..?. I don't get it... If I'm guessing at your meaning correctly I'd have to say
"Trow Em Ova Dat Dere Wall, Make it Known Ya Best Nots Mess wit Texas"
The Little Fingers at the very start of the book.. Uuggghh unless your not human it tugs at you! Hard for any parent to imagine!
I am a big fan of the booming Zombie genre and this was a good story. As the genre grows it seems there is a risk of doing the same thing over and over. This story seems to take a uniquely strong look at the emotion involved in witnessing the people you care about being transformed into the living dead. I am looking forward to what Frater has to offer in future installments.