I watched john dies at the end and loved it, this story does not disappoint and is a fantastic adventure that keeps you guessing!
This book is by far the strangest, most descriptive, most unsettling, and most full of dicks thing to which I've ever had to listen. and I do mean had because if I hadn't I'm fairly certain that I would not exist right now due to shadow men interference. This book is the sole reason I got a dog in case of any military/Zombie interactions I most certainly will have.
This is my first "zombie" book. I'm not sure the genre is for me. Not necessarily too gruesome, though it is quite gruesome... but too action-y.
However, the partnership between the writing of "David Wong" and the reading of Nick Podehl brings so much life to this book! Wong really knows how to turn a phrase, and I often find myself smiling at his amusingly adept analogies and descriptions. Podehl delivers the lines with just the right pitch.
Wong's characters are terrific, and brought to life perfectly by Podehl. The underachieving protagonist, his smart and sweet girlfriend Amy, his slacker friend John, the condescending evil psychiatrist, the wise doctor, the adorably creepy child Anna, and more. All have unique and believable voices via the writing and the acting.
Loved the epilogue. Fun and funny book.
Richard M Mathis
As always, another fantastic performance by nick podehl!
I really hope we get to experience more john and dave in <REDACTED>
it started nothing like the first book but it returned to form forwards the end. these books feel like real people had this happen to them, just these people suck like normal people often do. love to see john and Dave back in action. great reader, everyone sounds different even if Amy was sounding weird at first
Narrator Nick Podehl does an incredible job. His characters are so well-voiced that at times I forgot it was just a single person narrating. The story is really good as well. A lot of other reviewers liked John Dies at the End better, but I feel like Wong's maturity as an author (not necessarily as a person) is reflected more strongly in this book.
I think all of the characters were well developed. I'm not sure if I would have felt this way if simply reading the book, but I think the narration contributed strongly to the listener's ability to experience each character's vibe.
I've covered this, but I think he took the book to another level. I felt like I was really engrossed in it due to the narration. I've listened to many books and this was by far the most well narrated of them all. He really captured each character's unique personalities and quirks.
If you're looking for a fun book with a good story and some adventure, it's worth a credit! Don't take it too seriously.
The excitement that Nick Podehl brings to the story
All of it!
no this is the first one.
Yes for sure!