I thought this would be more of a philosophical, sociological and anthropological look into the world of comics. It was only partly so. The tangents into the author's own life and his years of finding himself in the fever of drugs and his own sexual identity did nothing but detract from the book.
I'm headed for the escapism of fiction. I have read nine of the Jim Butcher Dresden Files, and enjoyed every one of them. Number ten sounds like it too will be a winner.
Narration was fine.
Yes, it has some great historical and sociological aspects as the author walks his readers through the decades of comics and describes the changes they have gone through as influenced by an ever changing society.
Right there at the top with the rest of Mark Tufo's books
The descriptions of friendship between Mike and his Big Green friend and their banter with one another always gets me.
Sean Runnette has been the voice of Michael Talbot, and many other Mark Tufo books, for so long, I honestly can't imagine anyone else doing it justice.
I laughed so hard other people on the road looked over to see what the heck I was doing.
Mark Tufo does it again. His continued chronicles of Michael Talbot weave an extraordinary adventure of excitement and trepidation in this, yet another wild ride, which I can not get enough of. Thank you Mark, and please keep writing.
Yes, most of my friends enjoy zombie books but are tired of predictable endings
I like the scene at the boat dock
Nothing, this was so bad it should be completly ignored
Anything other than this or anything by this author
Slow, monotone, and unenthusiastic
No, it was horrible
Run, run and hide from this book.
Love Mike and the gang, great character and fun inner dialogue
Mike and the gang
Yes, fun read and Sean is a great narrator.
Keep writing Mr Tufo, keep writing.
I actually got to do it all in one day on a long drive.
The plot, the descriptions, the action, all of it was one gorefest after another.
Eating, really it all comes down to the buffet
Well there was an epic bowel movement. I mean a Zombie eats and eats and eats all that flesh, something has to happen to it eventually. Tufo is the first author to go there; except maybe a truely wacko proctologist. Does that count?
I like the continuing adventures of Robert and this one had a unique twist considering the injury he had sustained before the book even begins.
I was unsure who to trust, but at times I felt like it was a bit too much. In the end it all pans out logically, but for a minute or two audiances are left to wonder.
Find the Dante within.
Enjoyed the book, but Brown's previous entries into the saga were better.
Professor X as a teenage girl.
The family circumstances that launched Callis on her road through the system.
Yes, it is just as good as his other works. I was worried since this is from a female perspective, but he did really well.
Yes, I wish I had the time but had to break it up over three days.
Mark Tufo is amazing, keep writing!
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
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