Gage was my favorite character narrated by Michael Urie. I love the sarcasm.
What I loved most about this was the narration. The story was a pretty good one, but I felt it dragged on at times. But, I really liked the narration by Michael Urie. I thought the female voice of Trixie sounded like Adam Sandler in the movie Jack and Jill and it made me giggle. And the character Gideon sounded like Clint Eastwood, but I loved loved loved the sarcasm of Gage that was captured. I was pleasantly surprised when I googled Michael Urie and saw it was the guy from Ugly Betty. I loved that show and him on it, and I love his narration. I will buy any book he narrates.
What I liked best about this book is the end. Finally the series is over and Rachel has her happily ever after. What I did not like about the book was the length and the redundancy of it.
I have listened to all the books in this series. This was way too long. It lost my interest several times and I had to go away and come back to it many times. The only difference with this book and the 12 before it is that she has her happy ending. Other than that, it's just more of the same.
She does a good job. She's consistant.
No, not really.
this series probably could have ended 4 or 5 books ago. It just dragged on too much for me. Over and over and over Rachel would say to herself, "I love him...but it will never be." "I love him...but we can't be together." "I love him...but because of me he lost everything." Such it up demon! You're pity party is annoying! Thank God the series is finally over!
Fan freaking tastic
I really enjoyed that Mark Tufo used the same characters as in his Zombie Fallout books BUT the storyline is completely different. I love Mike Talbot and was glad to get more of him.
Yes I have listened to quite a few of his narrations. Sean Runnette is one of my top 3 favorite narrators...he is just amazing.
I like to go into books not knowing much about them so when I saw "Mike Talbot" I assumed it was a prequel to the Zombie Fallout books. I am embarrassed to admit how long it took me to realize it is NOT a prequel. LOL. It is just the same characters but in a completely different story. I absolutely LOVE how Mark Tufo used some of the same characters but it was nothing like ZF. He is so creative and talented.
I honestly can't say enough about the talent of Sean Runnette. I love the voice he does for the cat but especially the voice of Ben-Ben. He's so good!
Yes. It's not a long book and I knew that when I bought it but even if it were a full length book I would still want to keep listening because Mark Tufo and Sean Runnette are just that good!
I hated it when I finished the Zombie Fallout books because I was addicted to them, so it was nice to start listening to Riley because it's an extention of the ZF books.
Sean Runnette...so talented
I am constantly amazed at Mark Tufo's ability to describe death and gore.
I've listened to all the books in this series. They are all incredible.
It's ranks very high. I loved all 8 books.
Mike Talbot and his shenanigans. The narrator is brilliant.
The last scene. Touching.
I laughed at times and I was grossed out at times. Simply awesome writing.
I highly recommend this series!!!
It was another really good book by a great author and great narrator.
Lol...I just started this genre so I am not sure what I would compare it to but so far I have really enjoyed every book by Mark Tufo.
Yes I have and I love his voice. He is very unique and memorable. He is in my top 3 favorite male narrators.
It made me chortle quite a bit and there were a few dry heaves in there too.
Looking forward to Tim3. Mark Tufo's work is just amazing and he quickly became one of my most favorite authors.
Yes because it's highly entertaining.
Mike and Timmy...can't choose between them.
I love his voice. It's so unique. He plays the part so well.
There's not one part in particular that I can think of. I enjoyed the entire book!!!
If you are into zombie books you should check this one out. It is awesome!!
The after dinner mint comment and the gas.
Mark Tufo's ability of describing gore. Timothy has gore in abundance with a little humor tossed in.
What's not to like? He's genius!
This ain't your momma's Bozo the Clown!
This book was disgusting and disturbing on so many levels and I say that as a compliment. What shitty luck for Timothy that he has the weekend gig that he does!! Oh, and let me just say this...there is NOTHING funnier than a fart and I laughed my ass off at that part!!!
I love Braith and Aria, but I am getting a kick out of Ashby.
She brings the book to life!
This book has an amazing cliffhanger, which I LOVE in a book. It left me wanting more!
I hope they release the 4th book soon because I am so fascinated to see where things go from here. Book 3 ended on such a pivotal scene that I must know what's going to happen next!!!
I loved the story between Braith and Aria. His need to have her, her loneliness without him, their reunion.
I love Braith and Aria.
She does an amazing job with all the characters, I just can't choose!
Fantastic book! Loved it so so so much!
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