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 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
Top 5, easily.
Revisiting the Talbot homestead. It was nostalgic, bittersweet, and firmly grasps the heartstrings.
In my head, Sean Runnette IS Michael Talbot. He does an amazing job capturing the personality of this character and making him 3-dimensional.
Meeting Bailey for the first time. I laughed and cried over this character-- you will too if you loved the ZF series.
Mark Tufo does it again!
the narrator is good, they said you don't need to read the other series to enjoy this one, but three hours in and I still feel like I'm missing A LOT. There is a TON of baggage/history the main character has from the first series that I'm just missing.That said, that's not the only reason i'm not listening anymore. Random anti-muslim comment by main character. Maybe i'm hyper sensitive these days, but it just struck a nerve. Really? I book about a half vampire fighting werewolves, sorry, lycans, and he goes for the anti muslim comment? After that I did some digging, apparently it's not the first time the author/main character has made these kind of statements in his writing. No the books aren't anti-muslim propaganda but, I also don't need to keep listening to see there are more. So, totally up to you peeps. It's not nasty/horrible, etc. But hey, racism is racism. And frankly, it wasn't necessary to the story and just left a sour taste in my mouth. If i want to listen to that crap I can turn on the news. So, fair warning my fellow listeners.
I hadn't read the Zombie Fallout series and I was worried I might miss things but really this book stands great on its own. Honestly, when I went to listen to Zombie Fallout after this one, it was a let down. I mean it's good too but this was great. Mike Talbot is awesome, love that guy. I will say this, prepare yourself for loss. I wasn't happy with it and thought it shouldn't have happened.