I think this is my favorite of the series. Ended on a great note and I really liked the new plot twists that; for me, were unexpected. It brought something new to this genre which keeps it exciting and looking forward to the next installment.
let us be thankful for the fools but for them we would not suceeed. M Twain. I am a fan of Zombie books. Im a family man with two great kids
Peter Clines is a great story teller and this story is no exception. The Heroes are all very cool especially Corpse Girl and Captain Freedom. I hoped that Capt Freedom adopted Corpse girl it seemed the perfect out come.Im starting to like the Rodney character for some reason hope he get more page time in the next one....Zap is funny and Stealth is her usual all knowing self but drops a little more of her mystery in this one.Yip get it just for Capt Freedoms voice if not for the great story.
Ever since I stumbled upon Ex-Heros I have loved the world that Peter Clines created. He takes al of the troops of Superheros, turns them on their heads, and then throws zombies in for good measure. The result? Awesomeness!
Ex-Communication continued the story left off in Ex-Patoriate by continuing the struggle with Legion and with the super soldiers joining the mount, and by introducing a new threat based on an older character. The story is fast and the characters convincing, I just wish there was more.
I hope that Clines explores more of the outside world in later books, since it seems that there are many other possible stories outside of the mount.
First of all,thank you for bringing Jay Snyder back. Great narrator.
This was a great book full of a couple twists that will really entertain the EX books fans. One i totally knew was going to happen! Another twist i never saw coming.
All im going to say is that Peter Clines and BV Larson need to write a series together after reading this.
Buy this audio book and sit back for some great story telling. Another home run Mr. Clines.
This is one of the better science fiction series.
Loved having multiple readers. Personalities are much more evident.
Honestly this book falls directly in line with its 2 predecessors, great story and really well written.
Don't listen to many of the other reviews, the change in voices wasn't all that terrible. This is not the first book where I have noticed the voices change, either through production errors or other ideas for making the book in that way. It really isn't all that horrid, and it only happens here and there.
I like Walking Dead, I thought World War Z was a fun zombie book (and the only zombie book i've bothered reading outside of this series). Most of the time I spend On Stephen King or maybe those Prey series.
Yet Peter Clines hooked me with 14, so I gave Ex heroes a chance. . and loved it. Ex Communication is the third in the series. . and for a world overrun with the undead (who left is there to fight) this stories setup. . .actually began in the previous book. It all comes together, is well done. . .and gives us a deeper look at one super character we kind of thought left us too soon
There were a few glitches when I started, like sometimes the girl was read by a girl and sometimes a boy. . but I think they fixed it. I ate through this book in record time. Its just cool, clean, fun.
Now if only we could return to the world of 14. . .is there any stories there left to tell?
This books continues the story line of the first two books nicely.
Can't go wrong with this book and I hope he writes more for this series.
Another great book by Peter Clines. My version was screwed up with wrong voices for some of the characters, but you know, I enjoyed it anyway.
It went into more of a magical tone, and thought it would lose some of its hold on me, but it didn't. The series as a whole is a must buy.
I recommend Peter Clines books to everyone that I think would enjoy them. There is a great overall story that I think people will like if they are into the genre, but there are also subtle things that readers of classic horror and comic books will pick up on that not every reader may get.
I think Max is my favorite character of this novel. You don't get to see that much of him in the previous books, and his character literally comes to life in this book. Every great hero, or heroes, needs a truly evil and diabolical villain to test there metal against.
Of course the climactic battle is great, but when George leaves the compound to face , who knows what, the interaction between himself and Stealth is classic Super Hero self-denial. It shows how even though these were once normal people, they no longer are.
Even though it's not a big dramatic event, when it is revealed what Corpse Girl's real situation is. It kind of broke my heart. No matter what you believe in we are alive and aware of our own mortality.
I'm writing this after re-listening to the book in order to prepare for the next. I am so glad I started the series when it first came out. I will anxiously await each new book until Mr. Clines decides it's all over. And then listen to them all again.