If I knew the author was going to (attempt to) make jokes every other paragraph I would've passed. I hung in there for an hour but then couldn't take it anymore. It's not a pure horror book. First book I quit on since opening my Audible account four years ago.
I first bought Lycan Fallout, it was on sale, before I realized this series was connected. If you do this, Tommy will be very confusing to you, FYI. I mostly enjoyed the book. Mike Talbot is a great character. However, some parts seemed unnecessary and pointless. I honestly saw no point in Tracy's viewpoint parts, I actually find Tracy annoying in general, and sometimes it took longer than it should have to get to certain points. I ended up skipping 30 secs quite a few times just so I could actually get back to the story. Overall, I liked it. And don't read or listen to Lycan Fallout before this one or the series.
I had originally read the books awhile ago and thought that picking them up on sale in audio would be fun. I love the way the narrator gets the voices to just what you think that character may sound like the sarcasm, pain and stress. I recommend them, lots of fun!!!
The main character in this novel is hilarious. I'm definitely giving credit to the narrator as well, as his inflections and tones just make this an enjoyable experience (when really, it shouldn't be because a lot of this is pretty gross). The characters are great, the story keeps moving. I have read quite a bit of zombie apocalypse fiction, and while this might be the funniest, I can't say it's the best.
To be honest, I couldn't get all of the way through this book. There are cheesy, cliche lines left and right that have you rolling your eyes. The writing isn't that great and I feel like a lot more could have been done to improve this book.