Never I could not stomach the first book, it is hate mongering under the guise of supposedly being funny. I want my money back!
Crass attempt at being witty. Comedians can stand on a stage and set a scene and get away with some politically incorrect humor but Tufo takes ongoing out of the blue shots at women and gays and thinks that is okay.
I am sure Tufo is crying all the way to the bank over negative reviews and has a large following with the series so it keeps going but he reinforces stereotyping that really perpetuates hate and why is it even necessary?
awesome new twist
the twisted humor in the heart thumping worst times
BT and Micheal moments
had to get all the books
100% LOVED IT!!!
Michael Talbot, was there another?!?!?!?
The cold scene where the evil Queen zombie (At least that is my take n her at this point) is out in the field and draws Michael to her in what can only be described as some sort of trance, and tells him to go to the mountains. He responds with... Well you'll just have to read.
I think so, I love this book and the main character, he really hits home with me as he reminds me of my uncle Bob. We are both from Boston, so is Michael. I have to say, I laughed a few times heavily.
Yes, down to earth writing. He makes it so realistic.
His voices of every character make you feel like these are people you know.
Read/Listen to all 6 books, this is great stuff.
This story is a quirky & darkly funny, every day Joe's version of the inevitable zombie apocalypse. The characters are memorable & endearingly flawed. I do believe I will read the next book to discover what else could possibly go wrong in the ever plummeting world of zombies.
I love this book/series. I've already bought the first 3. Mind you it's not perfect and a lot of problems. But honestly just don't think about it and listen to it for the same reason I do for entertainment. Besides if you buy the kindle version of the book and then this audio book it's a lot cheaper. It's cheesy and corny as can be. But it takes this zombie Apocalypse with a good sense of humor and lots of fun. I love the new take on zombies and other "mythical" creatures. With a great back story and a soft hearted big tough guy main character how can you pass on this.
Definite buy in my opinion I'm already hooked and loving every minute of it!
I have listened to this series multiple times,and will continue to do so!
Patient zero the joe ledger series,both main characters are smart ass sarcastic guys.great humorous characters,however I enjoyed mike talbot in zombie fallout more.
Does a great job of accents and various voices so the listener understands what character is talking at all times.
Yes but I do not want to "spoiler alert"
You will not regret this series the characters are great,you feel like your right there with them.excellent!
I loved the storyline and the main character had a great sense of humor!
Definitely the main character, he was so witty and funny! Couldn't wait to listen to the next thing he was going to say!
It was like listening to a movie! I think he did an awesome job bringing all the characters to life!
Yes, as soon as I finished the 1st book, I got online and bought the 2nd one! I have listened to the whole series so far and have loved them all! Hope there is more to come!
I do plan on listening to the rest of the sereis. I love how Mark has created essentially two universes with the same characters - Zombie Fallout and Indian Hill. Interesting idea.Really enjoy Runnette's narration as well. Between the writing and the narration, I've caught myself laughing out loud at some of the humorous parts. Speaking of which, there is a decent blend of humour and drama in the book. I found some continuity issues in this volume, and the switch from 3rd to 1st person and back seems to be too abrupt, but I think - for a first book in the series - that these issues will be ironed out in the rest of the series. At least I hope so.
I listened to the Indian Hill trilogy first, which I REALLY enjoyed. Enough so that I thought I'd give Zombie Fallout a try. Listening to the first book in this series is really making me want to check out book two, partly to see if some of the structural issues have been corrected in book 2. And partly because I just like the book!
Character depth, realism, especially when he's doing 1st-person narration
Well, I can only take so much Zombie in one sitting, but it's enjoyable.
Looking forward to book 2!
Yes, this book was well written with nicely developed characters. I liked the baracading in the townhome complex.
The piling of bodies as the dead piled up outside the walls to the community.
Sean Runnette could have definitely done a better job narrating. I really got tired of the same old voice for every character.