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good narration, exiting story, interesting concepts. i had a lot of fun with it. makes me want a lot more.
It was hard to get over the over dramatic narration. And the vastly over produced music.
The last 4 chapters are nothing but crapy music.
story was ok.
I'd wait for it to come out on video
if you liked "Lucifer's Hammer" & "The Road" you'll like this one too.
there were a few times i thought the author glossed over important points & scenes.
but a fine book that makes you think: what would I do?
i would buy the second book if there was one.
characters are standard stuff here. i felt like the author had a much longer story to tell and had to cram it into this length. i would love to see a new story form him with longer descriptions of just how F***D up things can be at the end of the world. even more then he did in this tale.
ok, look. if you love apocalyptic stories get it and like it. its pretty ok. but its not some riveting adventure. i mean it has blood guts and tears, no doubt. and all the good parts are good. it's "The Road" light. it could even be in the same universe as "The Road".
made me want to buy a titan missile site.
buket of blood.
the voice of death grinding your bones.
Having gone throught the mountain man books I loved the ending. Simply the coolest set of zombie books out there!
it was ok. it was like listening to the cliff notes of a zombie story read buy some guy off the street. the good guys are good. the bad guys are bad. oh, and occasionally some dead heads mix things up.
bad fake voices and a strange cadence.
go ahead. get it. but only if your a z junky.
i felt that it was a fine listen. the story was fun and innovative and the narration was fantastic.
it was like it could have taken place in the far west of the same world as wool.
smooth and easy with good pacing
the Mountain Man books are by far some of the best Zombie horror stuff I've found so far.
it was really fun to follow the stories. its standard stuff for apocalyptic fiction but i have to say, these stories made me frightened at times. I'm the guy who's listened to all the Z fiction and for me to be up at night is saying something. so good I wanted more. and the narration is excellent!
as dark as "the Road" but with more bullets and more drinking!
Some Time books can be sort of crushing, all "paradox" this and "I went back to change it all" that.. This story is nice and simple and easy to enjoy. and that's what i did, enjoy it.
It had all the good parts about practical time travel coupled with a nice story.
This is one of Asimov good ones. His books can come off dry sometimes and i was skeptical at first. but after a little bit the story picks up and had all the timey wimey stuff i was looking for. to quote some modern Dr.who.
If you liked "The first men" this book will be a good follow up.
The story had enough to enjoy and I could have stood it till the end but the narrator read like it was the news ticker. It made it hard to get through a mediocre book.
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