Did a great job of explaining, completed the circle
The last book had that horrible scene with killing the cats and then in this book his JOY that the cat maybe dead.
I find any animal hater lacking.
It was a great ending to a great story. I love the humor, horror and above all family.
His voice gave the characters personality, that helped shaped their appearance in my head.
Oh yes! I have been waiting for this book and since I listen on my phone in my car. I have been taking unnecessary drives all week.
Over a very brief period of time I've become a big fan of Mark Tufo's works. His stories have just the right blend of humor, wit and action. ZF6 was another in a growing list of very entertaining works. Thanks Mark! Can't wait to see what you come up with next!
The entire time Mike Talbot spent with John the tripper was great. I especially enjoyed the part describing John pulling Mike through the birth canal. Hilarious!
Sean does a great job narrating the series. His in character voices keep the listener eganaged and make it hard to put down.
I think the loss of Tony while defending Ron's house was very moving.
Great writing can even make the zombie the end of the world fun and interesting. I can wait to see how the story is continued
Very freakin' satisfying!
Answered some questions. Added some new questions. Also had a M Night Shamalamadingdong twist at the very end.
Always Micheal Talbot!
So badly...but I stringed it out to 4 days!!! So proud of myself.
Ok if you are at this book. You have read the rest. Buy it and get that itch scratched. If you are new, go to ZF 1 and buy it. You can always return it if you don't like it. Plus if ya do like it...you have a new author to adore and a series of 6 lovely books to listen to for hours and more hours. Not to mention the other Talbotverse books.
Sean Runnette captures the perfect attitude and tone for this whole series. A little, well a lot, smartass. I can't imagine reading the print version, except that now I would hear Sean Runnette's voice in my head so it might be possible to enjoy the print version.
Rhiannon Frater's zombie books are another good example of taking a genre that has been done and done but adding a new angle, but Mark Tufo's books add humor. An unexpected bonus. I never thought a zombacalypse series would make me laugh and eagerly anticipate the 'next' one.
He captures the attitude that so perfectly suits the characters. He is Mike Talbot, I can't imagine anyone doing a better job.
For a zombie series these books are extremely entertaining...a little gory..but then the subject itself is gory so no surprise there. They were an excellent example of taking a subject that has been thoroughly 'explored' and adding a new slant to it.
I'm a little sad to see the series end...if it did.
Post apocalyptic listener with some thrillers mixed in. Follow me on twitter at @drewsant
This is the best book of the series. Every chapter that included the new character “John the tripper” made me cry I was laughing so hard. If you’ve read the other zombie fallout books this one is in line with those. Smart sarcasm dripping from Michael with BT joining in and keeps you at the edge of your seat for the entire ride. It’s too bad it has to end.
Maybe the best in the series. Great story, great characters, great narration and all put together so perfectly. Thanks you Mark Tufo.
Mark Tufo is a master of sarcasm and dry wit. How he comes up with his statements are beyond me, but they are so funny, people look at me at the gym when I laugh out loud at his comments. Sean Runnette is a great reader, I can actually picture the characters by their "voices". His range and ability is fantastic.
I truly love the characters Mark Tufo has created for his Talbot stories. The strenghts and weakenesses are interesting and the plotlines move smoothly along. I have listened to every audio book Audible has listed that he has written and with the exception of one (Timothy) had a most wonderful time. To be honest I almost didn't listen to the first book because I found Mike Talbot to be really irritating but I came back and soon listened every chance I got.
I guess the downside (& you know there almost always is at least one) is that because the same character names were used in each book, I kept getting confused between the young Mike Talbot of Indian Hill, Spirit Hill and the Mike Talbot in the original zombie book series. The only way to avoid trying to sort the different aspects of Mike Talbot's growth is to just sit back and thoroughly enjoy the books and try to patiently wait till the next booik of the series.