Loved the Jim Butcher series, but found this to be nothing like his other series
Not interested in this type
Performance was fine
The writing, the characters, the descriptions, okay everything.
Sean accents the characters in a way that brings them to life.
Mike's ride with Trip was hilarious.
Loud scretching noises through out the story made me want to pull out my headphones.
Have not listened to her work before
They conveyed the demented mind alright, but the loud scretching noises were too distracting to enjoy
sadness and disappointment
The whole Dresden series is amazing. Wish there were more.
The characters are amazing, Butcher brings back people from multiple books in the series.
Marsters's performance is great. I missed him in Ghost Story.
I wish I could have listened to it straight through, but as long as it is it took me a week.
Jim Butcher, please keep writing.
I like the play between the supernatural and the mortal worlds, as in many of the other books I read. This was better than twilight.
I enjoyed the magic, and the alternate forms available to the casters and their kind. The small town mentallity was enough to make me angry at times on behalf of the main characters.
Yes, I thought the inflections in the voice, and the town folk were great. The love that the two main characters share was evident, and the message about people choosing their path was clear.
Nothing wrong with the narration, but it could have been better if the female parts were spoken by a female narrator.
Looking to read the second book in the series in a month or so. Lots of other great books to go through still.
I would recommend this book, this series, for that matter all of Mark Tufo's books to anyone able to read who has even an ounce of humor in them. The writing is fun, the action is fast, and the wit, well low brow at times, is just plain hilarious as friends attempt to survive the zombie apocalypse while making digs at one another's idiosyncrasies.
As one man scavenges from a long abandoned house, he makes a great find.
At the end of the book, retribution for a fallen comrade is dished out to those who deserve it.
I didn't want to go to sleep, put everything else aside, other than my job, and read this.
I can't wait for the sixth book in the series.
I may just get the Diamond Level Repeat Badge off of this book alone. Its a wild ride and I loved every minute. Ernest Cline just made it on to my Top Ten Leaderboard.
Wade - He is genuine character who I can see myself in along with bits of nearly every 80s and 90s protagonist hero. Yeah its that crowded in here, but you'll see it too when you read it.
The epic final battle
Yes and no. I found myself completely engaged and loving it, but 12 hours in, I realized how close the end was coming up and I paused the rest to listen to it over a couple days so it would last just a little longer.
I would like to see more from this author, and if possible, a sequel to this book.
I enjoyed the multiple view points of events as they unfolded in the book.
Crossing the wall
Crossing the wall
The author purposefully violates many of the accepted rules of time travel, which I found to be distracting, but overall the book caries a tone much like the Tales of the Otori series which I enjoyed. Pathfinder however was predictable in most cases and I am lacking any series interest in reading the second book in the series because I feel like I already know what will happen.
If you are looking to relax your hold on reality and what is physically possible, then yes this is a good book. Reminds me of the Remo Williams books.
It requires a reader to forget a person's physical limits and know that the goverment WITSEC program is utterly stupid putting a person back in the same city they are from.
I know he wrote one, but for me to read it would, it would have to be on sale, drastically.
Love the author and the series
BT and Mike
He truly captures the feeling portrayed by this charecter as the author intended
Can't wait to read the next one.
Also If you have read the previous books in the series including Dr. Hugh Mann by Mark Tufo, Zombie Fallout 3.5 it is helpful.
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