Post apocalyptic listener with some thrillers mixed in. Follow me on twitter at @drewsant
I wasn’t really feeling this book. There is enough action, but the story is just sort of there, it doesn’t rise to a crescendo, or do anything to really draw you in. The telling just seems like a series of events rather than a good tale with twists and turns. The characters don’t do much evolving as they just seem to change on the stop of a dime, and I found them not that likable. I found the story rather plain and not that engaging.
The performance was good not anything special but not bad, strickly middle of the road.
Love the horror genre but read all kinds of stuff! I'm 40 something, a wife, mom and Project Manager for a large Construction Company.
I would recommend this audiobook soley on the fact that it has two female heroines who kick *ss. I havent read anything quite like it. Much of the rest of the storyline is the same, but I definitely enjoyed it.
When the little boy's fingers were under the doorway trying to get at his mother.
No I havent heard her before, but she was good this time.
Probably would. It sets a pretty good pace in the opening.
The description of the main character's family turning into Zombies and her infant son's fingers clawing at the door crack.
Great narration and worked well since the main characters are female
Good story which manages to keep up the zombie killing pace without overdoing it.
Thelma and Louise meets Linda Hamilton with lots of zombies
Tinker Bell of Death!
This is the first book in this genre that got me past the first chapter.
I meet the author and she very nice told her i would buy book happy i did
Will let you know
cassandra did a good job at reading a bad story book wasnt for me
shes very good at useing differnt tones for each person
meh not really
Narrator was fine but occasional male voices/accents seemed to trip her up.
It is still enjoyable to listen to because of the setting. The first book had more of the survival type story, this book, the second is 70% relationship/love, 30% zombie.
Far too many times the author mentioned people's hair in detail which I found distracting. The author also spent a large amount of time on clothing and emotions/memories, which felt like it was slowing the progress of the characters and the story on the whole. Too many things were repeated.
Sci-Fi/Horror lover, going through a Zombie book phase due to my life long love for George Romero movies.
Yes, because I like how the story flows. But I will wait until I finish book 3.
The characters and how they get through (or not) different situations. For instance, Rhiannon Frater surprise me by quickly taking out a character I thought that she probably was going to keep for a while. At first I was a little disappointed, but then I thought it added a twist that was very real. (I don't want to spoil it for anyone else by saying who, and how they were takin' out!).
No. But I have to say she can work on her Texan accent :), especially for the male characters. But she did ok. :). I'm looking forward to start book 2 later today.
Well, several moments.
Jaw clinching! You can't read this series fast enough!
Jenny! She was fearless.
All of them!
How everyone is drawn together.
I don't care for Zombee movies or stories, but I have to say, Now I am hooked.
So the dialogue is ridiculous, characters shallow and predictable, plot silly .... and I'll definitely read the next two! If your expectations are low enough, this can be a fun listen. Certainly helps to have the wonderful Cassandra Campbell narrating it.