The outbreak and various strategies to combat it were pretty believable. The author must have put in a good amount of research to accomplish this.
The fact that you're fighting an enemy that you can never scare or dishearten was something that I've never thought of before, and on a full scale war would be a big disadvantage.
First time with any of these narrators and I thought they all did a good job. The only downside was my speakers aren't that great, so it made some of them difficult to hear at times. That's not the fault of the audio book though, just something to be aware of if you have bad speakers.
World War Z is riveting. Keeps you wanting to hear the next little story. Brooks can't help but let a little left political bent bleed in, but his writing is addictive. Some of the actors were a little too wooden, but most did a great job.
Maybe the best experience I've had listening to a book. The book itself is a transcription of the interviews, so the audio book fits perfectly to the story. All good actor with accents from around the world made it very imersive. Excellent plot, creative solutions for what would happen in various parts of the globe with totally different societies.
Loved reading the story so much in print I figured I would get the audiobook to listen it again at work. They assembled an amazing cast that made it even better.
I love this audio book. I've listened to it three times now over the past two years. The cast is amazing and the story is nothing like the ridiculous movie that was made. You will not be disappointed.
I saw author on Charles Rose and it was mentioned that the book was recommended by the Chairman of the JOC. I now know why. I can only say I will be listening to it again. I hope Brooks writes a sequel, or at least goes a little deeper.