Expected more after reading rewievs and comments but definitely a good read.
Solid performance by reader
A new take on the apocalypticgenre. Good setup, gripping story and jawdropping finale. A must read for the zombie genre grader.
A tad more human then many other books in the genre
It's a good zombiebook, no doubt about it. But, it's not as good as the first two books in the series and I don't fell content with the ending.
Not his best. His synopsis for the book is excellent but I don't feel he executes it to the fullest possible exstent.
With this book I did something I don't usually do, I jumped to other books and then forced me to go back. Not a bad book though.
CIA is a messy place. A messy place whos trackrecord is just one line (with few exeptions) of failure after failure. The book feels well researched but I cant shake the thought that we donät get all of the picture. If the CIA really has performed so increddibly bad during its years it ought to have been closed by the adminsitration.
This is a really good listen and it gives the listener a thourough rundown of the worlds history from the 1940s up to date, at least regarding all the instances where the CIA has been involved, and that seems to be... everywhere!
Hard to say. I have read the book and remember that I keept going back and forth in the book to check facts and to compare when the author referenced to earlier wrtitings in the book. That is a tad harder/cumbersum to do with the audiobook. Having read the book for three years ago I didnät feel the need to go back and forth though.
There are several scenes when Jarrod puts our world in perspective using different naturetribes ho been working with as examples.
This book didn't touch my heart, it did touch my brain though.
Read it to get a firmer ground to stand in both the evolution and history of mankind.
Good book. Seems to be well researched and with several insider sources from the food industry on how they work to get us hooked on their product. And on how they neglect the healthimplications for the the general consumer.
Scott Brick: What can you say... excellent.
This is a book stuffed with facts, some of them a bit alarming for the general consumer, inspite of that I really wanted to listen to it one stretch.
Read it and stop buying those super sized meals...
A good zombiebook and it feels refresehing that the story is taking place i Spain, europe in contrast to all the american zombiebooks.
Nick Podehl is a great narrator and always delivers and helps the listener in to the different scenes
Good buy, will go on the next book in the series
The author keeps connecting the threads from the earlier books but this is not the best bool in the series. À must read if you have followed Harry (the hero).
It is sometimes à bit to encredible...
He delivers as usauall!
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