The story itself was pretty good.
Really did not like the main characters personality. This was not a love/ hate type either. The character was asexual, hardass, illogical and annoying all in one. I also found the paramilitary contractors to be old and over used. For some reason, hollywood, writers, authors , TV feels the need to make them out be mindless, steroid filled idiots. This is FAR from the truth and only hurts the storyline.
This was an ok zombie story but it was just a repeat of all the others out there with the typical scenarios. As usual, the author finds it necessary to include a black character to kill off. So tired of that one, I mean really, it's 2013 and we still have to include tokens. On a different note, I don't know what to make of the main character. I found it hard to like her or any of the others to be honest. Sadly, I just didn't care if they got whacked or not! This certainly isn't one of my favorites and will not get a second listen from me, but it is an ok story for those who like the basic zombie tales.
Maybe it's just me but I would love to read, see, or listen to an apocalyptic story that takes a different approach on how the survivors handle the situation. It's as if none of the authors out there can come up with anything original. No creativity, no imagination. It's just retelling the same story over and over. The only thing different is possibly the names of the characters. Oh we'll, maybe one day!
By the end of the first part I was so glad I had kept listening. The characters have a good enough back story to keep things moving until the first Zombie appeared. I was pleased that the author developed the zombie characters past the initial shuffler types into beings who gave living folks a real run for their money.
This book is well worth the listening time and I Kirsten Potter, the Narrator was excellent at providing voice to each character and there was no mistaking one charactor for another. When you hear Dani, you will know what I mean.
I really enjoyed this book and will be watching for more books by Ben Tripp.
I am a graphic designer by trade and a Film student by choice! I am always looking for a good story!
Entertaining, Unique, and Shocking!
I don’t feel that I can compare it to any other book.
I have not listened to Mrs. Potter before but I love her characterizations! She really can bring the butch!
This book had a few hold your breath moments. I would like to have seen this book spread out into a few books. I think the story led it self out to even more story.
I think this book is well written, the characters are believable! I did feel that the main character could have been less masculine and still of had the same impact. I loved her back story and the flow of the story. The ending left me satisfied!
I am looking for more books by this author!
I liked this story because the characters were real. It wasn't all happiness and some of the characters that seemed very significant didn't make it. So even though they died, they were given rich descriptions so you end up liking them just to lose them. That's a little more realistic to me.
Grew to like the book as it progressed. Ending seemed rushed, the author could have fleshed it out a little more. More could have been written about San Francisco.
Yes, hope it is a sequel.
I don't see it working as a movie. Too broard a tapestry, movie would have to be 3 or 4 hours to really work.
Much more serious than other zombie books, very entertaining throughout. It could use more detail and explanation as well as character development, but it was an entertaining short book that will sate your zombie thirst until DBDA III or The Morningstar Strain III is delivered.
I enjoyed the evolution of the zombies - original and spooky.
Great character development. Everything you want out of a zombie novel including original and unexpected angles that create unique elements of fear and suspense.
Her performance was great. She didn't try to oversell it and the voices were believable.
Most zombie novels have predictable endings but this novel has a great ending and left me hoping for a sequel!