For a zombie story, it's a bit slow, but the humor makes up for it. I've gotten this far, can't wait to find out how everything ends.
Sean Runnette did a great job bringing the story to life
I enjoyed the entire book, it flows well
don't have one
First, let me start by saying that I'm a big fan of Mark Tufo. His humor is awesome, and the story intriguing. But this one goes a little long in the flashbacks department and not enough into furthering the storyline. Having said that, however, I'll be buying the next one! Tufo has done his job in entertaining readers and keeping them turning the pages. I have to see how Mike's family survives and if they are able to take down the evil vampire.
Mike Talbot, of course.
Mr. Runnnette captures the characters perfectly. Michael's sarcastic humor continues to make me chuckle and I keep coming back for more. It's almost disturbing how vivid Mr. Tufo can describe some of the scenes. I cringed many times while listening.
Without giving any spoilers, I will say this. Even though this book did hold a lot of back story and flash backs, with very little action. I feel that having a better understanding of the personality of a particular character, helps create a stronger bond with the listener, and force a stronger reaction from the audience when that aforementioned character dies or affects the story in some strong way.... Which WILL happen. I think there are always points in stories that need a lot of back story and "setting up". This is one of this moments where the series needs to set up for the events to come. Also, after listening to this, I'm definitely going to have nightmares about ravenous feral cats. Thanks Tufo!