A man. A plan. A canal. Panama
This book was awful. It feels shoehorned and ridiculous. Tufo never should have written this book.
Came on here for Star Wars books, now its time to get to history, politics, and religion.
I can see the black and white Twilight Zone intro in my mind and overacting from the characters on screen. Tufo continues to go further and further out there, but I'm having fun with it.
I love the series from Mark, and Sean does a great job of telling the story ... but it is extremely disappointing that the author would put on a 2.5 short story that only vaguely has anything to do with the larger story of Zombie Fallout and try to sell it for so much. This whole story wasn't necessary, and it didn't do a very good job of setting up the story about Mike and the others.
Give it away from free ... or this could have been condensed into a prologue. It was wasn't worth the effort.
Easy on ears.
Disappointment. A waste. Not necessary. There are only about 5 minutes in the whole thing that really seem to have much to do with the other books. And the premise of how the Spanish Flood was started is just stupid.
I would advise readers to ignore this. Find someone that will tell you .... in 2 or 3 sentences ... they parts that related to the book series. (Hint ... Tommy ...)
This part of the series takes us away from the action for a while but is a great addition to the series as it takes us back in time to add some back story to the zombie story. By it self it wouldn't make much sense at all, but if you listen to it after book 3 it's well worth the additional information and some of the info will come into play later.
Post apocalyptic listener with some thrillers mixed in. Follow me on twitter at @drewsant
Nice addition to the Zombie Fallout Series. It fills in a bit of the back story of how the Zombies came to be. Make sure you don’t read this before book 3, or else it won’t make a lot of sense. I rated it 3 stars on this book alone, but if you’ve read the series then I would definitely recommend this book.