I am a big fan of walking dead and really liked the Rise of the Governors book. This one is ok, but I found did not really move the story along, Worth a listen, but not great
Another great story from Mark Tufo. I loved getting to see Michael Talbot again in a different story line, although connected to Zombie Fallout. The book says you don't have to have read Zombie Fallout, which is true. But I recommend you finish that series first, as there are lots of references.
I enjoyed this Zombie story, not the best I ever heard. But it falls into the entertaining category and I will continue with the series.
It has been a long time since I picked up a Stephen King book, and this one brought back why I love his writing so much. The character development and pace of the story are great. I was entertained right till the end. I loved the long length of the book, felt like a great deal.
Overall I have enjoyed the Walking Dead Audiobook series, but they could be much better. I am a huge fan of the TV series, but the books hit a mediocre level. I suspect they are thrown together to simply make some cash of the success of other parts of the franchise. Don't get me wrong, I have heard worse stories and will buy part 2 to this book, but I have other zombie novels I like much better. Check out Zombie Fallout for a well written series.
I love the series and while ZA Recht told a better story I think all three books are worthy of a listen
I don't get all the negative reviews on this book. Ok it's not the original author as he passed away. It would have been nice if he had finished the series, but tragedy struck.
I think Thom did a very good job finishing things up. The story moved along much in the way I think Recht would have written it. Is it perfect no, but I was entertained and looked forward to putting the the headset on to listen to the story. I am glad I stuck the series out. I am a Zombie fan and this one did a great job taking it from the military approach to the rag tag band of survivors. I recommend the series to anyone who likes then genera, you won't be disappointed
I am only 2 hours in, but so bored, can't see myself continuing. At least the book was free, so no great loss
Dan Brown was was an exciting read. I was on the edge of seat and could not wait to get back to his earlier books. But I found Symbols disappointing and Inferno continues with that thought. It's not the worse story ever, but such a formula, it is getting boring. Paul Michael does a wonderful job, but with this story I found myself tuning out, which is not a good thing. I think Robert Langdon needs to rest now, try writing a different character.
Another great book from Mark Tufo. While different from his Mike Talbot stories, he does a great job creating the characters and weaving an interesting story.
Wow not sure what these other reviewers are seeing in this book. Purchased because of good reviews, but the writing style makes it dreadful. The journal style with it saying every few minutes Tuesday January 18th 1:30pm.....Friday January 27th ..... Drives you nuts and makes the book so boring and frustrating to listen to. At first I thought it was just the start of the book, but it does not go away. I see why the author used this style, it allows him to basically avoid stringing his story together. The fact I finished the book is why I gave it 2 stars, but I have no intention of finishing the series and yes that means I won't know what happen to these two dimensional characters. Oh well not going to lose sleep over it, at least I bought it on sale for $10
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