A self-absorbed Spanish lawyer finds himself in a world filled with zombies.
This is presented as if read from a journal. Give me a break. Journal entries are terse comments describing a situation not elaborate flowing verbose prose.
Every possible cliche is used. Cars won’t start till the last moment; the climb down the rope will result in a fall hurting an ankle; an entry into a house will invariably be too noisy alerting the zombies… How many guys would spend time and precious paper writing in a journal that they can’t use a pistol, that they fear shooting themselves in the foot, and worrying if they will be able to shoot a zombie in the first place?
Every action has to be second guessed agonized. Man up buddy! Stop the hand-wringing. You are in a zombie novel. Act accordingly.
Good time passer.....Very overly decriptive story telling. Way to much "fill" about the scene or situation.
I hope not
I think the narrator did a wonderful job with this book. I really enjoyed listening to him and his different takes on the characters. I enjoyed his style enough that I may look for more books he does as well.
This was a great tale of a person trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. The problems that he runs into along the way make things very difficult in an already difficult world. The book is basically about a man that decides to try and survive the plague that has hit the world hard and he has try to avoid the infected while finding supplies and searching for other survivors.
I only have 1 complaint with the book and its why it lost a full star from me. There was way to much descriptions of everything in this book. I honestly think this book could have been an hour or more shorter without all those excessive descriptions. Every zombie encounter was way over described for me. I really didnt need to know the description of every single zombie they encountered as it seemed to drag each encounter on and on and on. I get that the author was trying to give you the feel of the terror our adventurer was seeing but it was just to much for me.
Plot often felt contrived.
Too much cat.
I really like end of the world stuff, so probably.