Everyone has to have that "Thing They Love!" This is how I find and keep up with mine!
YES!! Sean Runnette is a master of conversion! He transforms EACH individual into someone you could believe in!
Well I would kind of compare it to the IT book by Stephen King.. Cept I would say Timothy is SCARIER!
Runnette's alway's on Point he never disappoints.
Not Just Clowning Around - A Zombies tale ( I don't know… Timothy was better I think)
Say something about yourself!
What I loved best about "Timothy" is Timothy himself. He is evidently the product of the mind of Mark Tufo. Tufo's never seems to worry about making his characters perfect people. He lets them be whoever time and circumstances have evolved them to be. He does allow for growth in his characters but sometimes that grow is not along a nice plane but toward even greater darkness. I loved that Timothy was able to see that darkness in himself and not pretend to be what he was not. *** SPOILER ALERT ***
When you are the size of an NFL offensive lineman with a two to three person an hour appetite (which he prefers fresh and with blood still pumping through their veins) who voids his stool where he stands without even removing his clown pants, it's hard to pretend that you are a good candidate for scout troop leader.
Why, Timothy, of course. In this story most other people are meals or soon to be meals with only sufficient character development to make their devouring only tastier, literally and figuratively. My second and third favorite characters only make a very brief cameo but they make this even more "Tufo-ish." *** SPOILER ALERT ***
They are Mike Talbot and B.T. You can never have enough of those guys.
Sean is the voice of Mark Tufo as far as I am concerned. He knows how to voice the various forms of humor that Mark brings to the table from the ironic to the sophomoric.
Yes. The last five minutes of the book moved me most. First, I was saddened when I realized that it was the end of the book in what seemed to come far too fast for me. *** SPOILER ALERT ***
Secondly, I felt that what I loved most about the book was going to be irrevocably snatched from me.
I'm glad that Mark Tufo has a penchant for series. That means more goodies to come in this universe.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
If you are a Mark Tufo fan, you most probably already know the fallout zombie series.. In this book its the other way around, you are not listening to the survivors, you are listening to one zombie's experience!!!!! Creepy!!!!!!
I loved the book, it was fantastic, and our friend Mike is there somewhere in the book, but its just too bloody... i got to some points where i felt evil and horror coming out from my headphones, which made me take a break..... Its too bloody!!!!
But even though, you have to get it and read it.
Enjoy!!!! As much as you can..
Absolutely, but only if they had a sick and twisted mind like mine. Not only did this story give me nightmares, but NOW I have a WHOLE 'nother reason to be terrified of clowns!!! It's a MUST Read if you Love the dynamic "Tufo-Runnette" Duo....
I have listened to Almost ALL of them, and they ALWAYS leave me chomping at the bit for the next edition to the series...Without a doubt Mark Tufo writes Amazing stories, but Sean Runnette really brings these morbidly insane, but ultimately human characters to Life with the most Sarcastic, Jaded, and absolutely realistic story telling skills, that would make anyone listening to this story with "weak constitutions" Gag and squirm uncomfomfortably in their seats....I also LOVE how Tufo somehow overlaps and entwines his characters from one set of a series that you don't think are related to another. It's like they're all One Big Screwed up, Insane, and sick twisted Family!!!!
I'd hate to give any spoilers...Let's just say my least favorite (had me gagging and wretching) were the descriptions of relieving himself..Really?? Had to go so "deep into the bowels of hell" Mark??
Probably his Dad, before he...wait, no spoilers. I'd love to know how this "man" became so sinister and jaded about women so early in life. But then again, I would probably just end up bashing his head in with a can of beer after a few minutes of listening to his bravado...LOL
Great Book to fill time while your waiting for more Zombie Fallout, and my new count down, the Lycan Fallout series...How does he put so many books out so quickly. Oh yea, he probably doesn't sleep with all of those nightmares wandering around inside his head, and now neither can I now that they have been unleashed into the world....Good luck ever enjoying a circus or children's party with a clown present, EVER, EVER Again!!!!!!!
Mark tofu strikes in his sickest demented book yet... I was wanting more after his fallout series but didn't see this coming wow. Bad good I cannot decide
Well when he craps his clown pants and then begins to chase someone full sprint and the author describes it so sickeningly well. Thats a TAME part. Is that good or bad?
Is it good or bad. Personally I cannot decide. That's why it has one and five stars. You better be a veteran zombie reader before even considering this book. Seriously.
Never trust anyone who doesn't enjoy reading.
Ummmm no. I bought it on sale, otherwise I wouldn't have read it.
Very well narrated
You will puke.
Short, creepy and extremely twisted. I hated that I liked it because it was way too disgusting!
There's so much I would change. Being a fan of the genre, I expect some gore and violence. What I didn't anticipate was the suggestions of rape, violence towards children, the little boy was already dead so smashing his head against the dashboard was a bit much. I was very excited to get this as I've heard such wonderful things about it and am very disappointed.
I feel the narrator was pleasant considering his source material.
Not only would I not see this if it were a movie, but I would strongly urge my friends to not spend their money as well.
As I previously stated, with anything related to zombies there should be an expectation of violence and gore, however this was beyond the pale. I'm very disappointed in this book and I'm glad I got it on sale. I would be every upset if I had spent a credit or more than $3 on it.
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Ok, to begin with, I am not familiar with much of the zombie world. Don't go there very often, but this trip down through the depths of the zombie lifestyle was disgustingly entertaining. Never before have I seen life (nonlife/undeath) through the eyes of a disturbed human turned zombie. Sick, twisted, disgusting, disturbing, funny, revolting, entertaining, and riveting are all fitting description of this Audible offering.
Sean Runnette brought Timothy to life/undeath in such a way that it was believable that it was Timothy himself bringing the story to us.
I was surprised by the amount that I enjoyed the story considering there wasn't much to like about the characters in it personally, but the ride was a wild one that I would recommend for those that can stomach the graphic descriptions of zombie processes
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
Maybe...the narrator was not bad, the story was just not for me though.
I needed alot more info prior to Timothy's turn to zombie.
I thought he did a very good job narrating, it was quite "lifelike" for a zombie.
How about a before book....most zombies die in the end anyway.
Avid Zombie Fiction listener!!! Bring on the living dead.
I loved this audio book... It was sick, demented, gruesome, shocking, unnerving and I found myself unable to stop listening..... It was AWESOME!!!!!