Not sure - I've only listened to the audio version - but it definitely made some of the sounds and ambiance stand out.
The story itself was terrific. J.A. Konrath I wonder must be a freaking genius! This book is labeled as a techno-thriller. Not sure exactly what that is per se, but the level of information about DNA strands and nuclear fusion, etc. literally was impressive. Blew me away. No pun intended.
Bub's voice scared the crap out of me.
80 years ago it was found buried nearly 200 feet below the Mayan soil deeply submersed inset a deep coma...
Just a really great story. Some of the twists were just so impressive that I had no idea what I was in for. The ending I was perhaps a little disappointed with. I would have liked to have had more closer, but still that did not detract much from anything. The character of
Normally I don't listen or read books again after I've read them, but I would definitely without a doubt recommend this story!
What I enjoyed the best is that the story revolves around four kids trying to survive in this now new zombie
Perhaps when the amalgamation of bodies finally takes Nicole at the end - that for some reason is my most memorable scene.
The part where the kids realize each fault: one's a cutter, one's fat, one's shallow, etc.
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