This was a solid start to a twist on the zombie story. I love how Mark brought in each character. I hope to hear more.
I would say everyone should enjoy this story
He brings the story to life
Loved it! It made me cry at times and laugh at others. Those of you who have not yet read a Mark Tufo book are in for a huge treat when you start on his Zombie books. And this will open a new realm for a new series about werewolves. So dig in. It will be a wild ride!
The author states in the beginning that having any knowledge of series Zombie Fallout is not necessary. That is a LIE put out by the author to get new people to listen to his work. There are too many references to events in Zombie Fallout to disregard the series as unnecessary pre read. There are even mentions of Indian Hill events.
I am brutally honest. Popular, love everything they read, reviewers are scared to go neg. and risk their ranking. It's your money!!!
JUST SHUT UP MIKE, PLEASE
I skimmed over the summary and did not catch that Mike Talbot was the main character in this. I would have passed, as I can not stand this guy. He was not as bad as he was in book 2 of the zombie fall out books, but he eventually got on my nerves. If a movie is made with Talbot, Mike Douglas will need to play the part, he is always being chased by women and everyone keeps wondering why.
I have actually listened to quite a few Tufo books. Those without Talbot usually get four stars and because of subject matter and high ratings, I keep getting sucked in. Plus, his books keep going on sale. This will probably be my last. Tufo is trying to become the American version of Douglas Adams in horror instead of Sci-Fi.
I did think it was interesting that the Lycan are very similar to Hyenas. When a hyena gives birth, she usually has a boy and a girl and one usually kills the other. With hyenas usually the girl kills the boy, so the hyena population is mostly female. This story probably would have been better had tufo continued this comparison and made most lycan, females.
The narrator has a very melancholy voice and sounds like he should be doing commercials for Country Time Lemonade.
I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
Its up there for sure...I listen to A LOT of books though!! I love MT!!!!
Similar to the ZFO series and just as good!
Yep...he is the perfect Mike Talbot!
The beginning...Mike was very deflated,,,and when we lost our beloved Tommy!
I cant believe I waited to listen to this series....it rocked my world and cant wait for #2...I love Mark Tufo and will be a life long fan!!! thumbs up and a highly recommend!!!
I grew up with books....not television.
I was skeptical about introducing werewolves into the mix of vampires, zombies and witches - but it worked and kept me listening to the very end. It's strange to pick up after almost a century later AFTER the zombie fallout occurred but once you separated yourself from the Talbots and let this become your point of reference, it was a wonderfully engaging story. I would absolutely read the follow up book if one were to surface.
I am sitting here 4:28 am, with and overwhelming project and have a dirth of good books. The project must be done. I listen to audio books so I can get in the zone of creation....and I have nothing that sound good. But then the clouds break sunshines, and Mike Talbot is there to take me threw the darkest night and in to the light. Beyond my creative rescue the story is bang on with a great bite. Thanks Mr. Tufo, more please
I live to ride my bike.
I enjoyed the Talbot zombie series. I could not get into this or the Indian Hill series because Tufo uses the same characters. In the introduction Tufo says this is a stand alone but on the same time line. I was confused in the start of chapter one when in the main character, Mike Talbot begins the story, as usual with a journal entry. He is the main character in the zombie and Indian Hill series.
Talbot use the same narrator, which reinforce that sameness from the other series. The characters has the same personality characteristics. Despite what he says, understanding Mike's character and relationship with Tommy does play in this book, at least in the beginning. If you have not read the zombie series, you will not understand the significance of Henry or the pop tart reference.
I did not even get to chapter two before I was finish. Why can't Tufo just create new characters. If your three series are stand alone, create new characters. If they are not, put them in a chronological order.