This was amazing!!! Great performances by all!! Can't wait till the next World War Z movie. This book gives a realism to the zombie lore.
Excellent story and great performance. I want more. I think there is a zed head living in the dashboard of my car. I wish the movie was more like the book. This is kind of ridiculous to make me write twenty words. When will this be over. Please let me hit the submit button.
fine young upstanding Gent
A full cast bring this fantastic book to life. If you've seen the silly movie, I need to tell you the book is very different and extremely well done!
This is a fantastic story, great cast and I couldn't stop listening. I was hoping to make it last 5 days. Ended up only lasting 1.5.
Will listen again in a few months for sure.
Particularly the Asian and Russian voice were read by actors of this ethnicity but combined with the writing made it a wincing stereotype. Still a great read it I would recommend it.
The Kid in the Hat
I've read WWZ multiple times. This audiobook made it fresh and new all over again, in no small part due to what should be considered the platinum standard for audiobook casts.
Definitely - it's an engrossing listen and does a terrific job of giving a very real human account of something ultimately unreal but with dark parallels (undertones?) to humanity's experiences.
I wasn't expecting the documentary/commentary approach to work but reading what other people thought, and how much they enjoyed the book, made me want to try this out. It was my first "real" audiobook (aside from serialized podcasts) and I loved it.
Multiple voices and more humanity.
Most of the narrators did a good job, some were excellent. But the French/French Canadian accent of one character was absolutely horrible and actually threw me out of the story. How hard would it have been to get a competent French accent - it's not as if it's a dead language!
Who can sit for that long?
First audiobook - definitely not my last!