Read this book.
The plethora of voice actors and their skill at the various accents. It really felt like I was Max Brooks and was listening to the interview.
I'd say the Israeli Intelligence guy was my favorite.
Oh yes. I listened to it during a 5 hour drive and when I got to my destination I wanted to drive around more so I could listen more!
Ephraim Mallery, Modern Hedonist
I mainly listen to audiobooks driving around town. Listening to world war z, I wished for long drives and traffic standstill. I talked about it to people that don't even listen to books. Or care about zombies. Because they still needed to know how awesome this production was.
Don't hesitate. Get this now.
Perhaps the smartest fictional study of warfare in 21st-century literature. The use of the framework provided by a fictional oral history leads to many strong stories and insights. Probably our best zombie novel and one of our best works of science fiction.
i havent had the chance to read the actual phisical copy of the book yet and i hear this is an abridged version. i dont k ow what or how much is missing.
having said that... this is a very rare kind of book where i am sure the audiobook is better than the original printed version because of the format it has.
its a reporter interviewing people wmthat survived the war.
that makes it ideal for audio and god damn do the actors deliver... i specialy loved the todd (mark hamil) parts. he makes me be right there in the action. in the middle of it all.
every one else was spot on as well though.
this has quicly become one of my favorite books period...
it realy is word listening.
I'm terrible at writing reviews, but I do love to listen to a good book. Been a member since 2006, very happy to be an Audible friend.
Compilations of people's experiences as they survived the end of the world.
It was a great book to read in chunks