This book is straight to the point no fluff. I love it. It was an amazing spin on the zombie genre. There is a lot of foul language and adult activity so if you have child like ears this isn't for you.
First read from this author I think I will check a few other books out.
This book being short, but so Tufo - Tufo is now one of my favorite authors ever - Love the story and how he ties everything together with MIke Talbot in the end :) 10 thumbs up!
Just a dude
The richness of the writing and the developement of the story. The tie in to Marks other books was fun.
What isn't there to like about Seans work? He makes these stories come to life and walk around in your brain when they die
Mike Talbot. He doesn't scare me like all the others.
Mark Tufo scores again!
I'm a horror nut! Zombies in particular! Epidemics, end of all things! Also enjoyed Game of thrones very much!
The reality Behind the level of insanity which Timothy is driven to by the infection
No spoilers here!, so let me just say that The way this story was written from the insane mind of a man trapped inside his body now controlled by the hungers of the Zombie he has become as if he just got into the backseat and was forced to enjoy the ride is something new to me and as grossed out as I was at moments I believe the story couldn't have been told any other way! It was the gore and the wording used that makes you almost understand how Timothy must have felt as he gulped down still warm intestines from the stomach of his still alive pleading family member all the while being unable to stop himself from enjoying every moment of it!
Giving Timothy the personality he did in his reading. I can imagine some of this may have had him having to retread certain parts and think to himself "seriously..? That is completely disgusting!" but despite any of that he did a stellar job putting the needed feeling behind the character that some readers may have not been able to capture!, well done!,
Made me wonder if in Timothy's shoes if I could have contained my sanity? What if anything I could have done differently!
The human spirits drive to survive is tested beyond anything the average sane person has ever imagined but true to form humans are survivors and what we will do to go on living is taken to new levels in this book and that's a understatement!, BEWARE IF YOU HAVE A WEAK STOMACH THINK TWICE BEFORE GOING FORWARD WITH THIS BOOK AS ITS NOT FOR THE WEAK STOMACHED,,
Ex-military high school math teacher.
The way Mark Tufo uses every sense to give his readers a true account of what this charecter's life is like.
The Zombie Fallout series, same author.
He became the charecter doing it so that it not only sounded true, but the listener can feel the anguish and pschosis of the charecter.
I would like Anna, the Nun. Dinner however would be slightly different than one might think.
Its an amazing thing to put yourself in the shoes of another person when you write, but to true become that character and graphically experience everything through their senses is something only a true artist can share with their audience. Great job Mark, and again thank you Dean for introducing me to his work.
First book, Ray Bradbury collection of short stories. First series, Dune. Favorite series, Thomas Covenent
Yes. Love all Tufo books but did this reveal a very dark side of this author?
Never should have written it.
Perfect for Tufo books.
Vulgarity in the extreme. I live horror but no other author I have read goes this far. I had to stop listening and I am no prude. Tufo, what were you thinking. Where did all the crap come from.
It was nothing like what I was expecting. I have been on a Zombie Apocalypse kick here lately and this book was nothing like what I've been reading or listening to.
I have nothing to compare it to literature-wise but I would compare it to the movie "Zombieland" in the fact that it's equal parts scary & funny.
Timothy, of course!
Again, Timothy. How can you forget a huge, hulking, cannibal killer clown with a sick twisted sense of humor?
I love Mark Tufo books and even better is having Sean Runnette read them (incredible narrator) I just found Timothy to be a bit to much. It has its funny moments but the part about the poor kid getting killed in the woods was just too much for me.
Post apocalyptic listener with some thrillers mixed in. Follow me on twitter at @drewsant
I really like Zombie books and love Mark Tufo’s writing but this was just too out there for me. This book from the point of view of a zombie that happened to keep some of his self-awareness is kind of disturbing. There is more blood and gore than normal and in a bit too much detail. Seriously, this book is like swimming; don’t eat a half hour before you start reading it. In addition Timothy wasn’t a good person in life so you can just imagine how that goes. Too dark and far down the rabbit hole for my tastes.
As always Sean Runnette does a wonderful job narrating.
If you like the Zombie Fallout series, you are more than likely going to like Timothy which turns the table and let you see things from a zombies point of view. The story seems to be a little short but I think it is about as long as it can be without getting boring. I'm glad it's short instead of being packed with useless filler. Sean Runnette is a pretty good narrator if you speed his slow reading up to 2x and you'll recognize him as it appears he narrators all of Mark Tufo's audiobooks.