the only thing I didn't like about this book is that it ended. it is an amazing book. I just couldn't stop listening to it. the narration is amazing I got chills constantly, and the narrations are amazing
First off: I don't like zombie entertainment, none of it. This is, hands down, the finest piece of spoken word entertainment available anywhere. Mark Hamill steals the show, with Common, Henry Rollins, Martin Scorsese, and pretty much everyone else in the cast making a pretty lasting impression too. If this was a cassette tape, you could count on wearing it out.
This has been the BEST audio book I've read (listened to) in quite awhile! The caat is phenomenal and many times I found myself going to back re-listen to certain people because they were THAT great.
I love a great story.
I LOVE this book! War is hell? HA! War World Z is kick-the-head FUN! The narration was stellar. This is the best audible book I have ever listened to and I can't recommend it enough.
This is a fantastic re-issue of the original, abridged, full cast edition. If you've previously purchased that edition (predominantly orange cover) skip this and go for the World War Z: The Lost Files: A Companion to the Abridged Edition.
This was re-released as a package with the previously removed sections around the time the controversial film 'adaptation' was released but don't let that stop you. The only similarities between the film and the book are a few bits of dialogue, character names, and one location. (personally I enjoyed the movie as a standalone story, though the ending was problematic).
This is a rich and detailed retelling of the Zombie War as testified to by survivors and a fascinating, deliberately enigmatic, interviewer. It covers cultural, logistical, political and more aspects of such an event. This is not a thoughtless cash grab or action packed military spectacle, it is presented as a thoughtful analysis of a series of tragedies and triumphs.