Women running S*&!
When LeShelle got what was long overdue from her sister La'Shara.
I think they should have had the same narrator for this one that did Hustlin' Divas. I think her name was Honey something. I really liked her and her sound effects. These narrators had none. They just read the words. I felt like I didn't know any of these characters because of the different narrators.
Not really I just felt bad about Essence.
There were a few inconsistency like when Yolanda said that she didn't know Baby's real name until she went to the funeral in Hustlin Divas and then turn around in this one and say when she was meeting with her children say that she named her 3 year old daughter after her. Then Momma Peaches says that she can't go and see her husband in jail because she's on parole but then when she needs to ask him a question about him being Mason's dad she all of a sudden can get in and see him.
But all and all I loved the story.
Yes I would. It was very entertaining and kept my listening. Zoe was a feisty, headstrong, educated, black female. She was family orientated, well grounded, successful, business minded and so on and so on but yet she was not perfect. and I love it.
Can't decide on just one
She could have changed her voice just a little when she did the male voices. Sometimes I had no idea who was talking. It was Confusing. It was hard to take the men serious because she didn't do a good job with expression there emotions. But she was awesome with Zoe. The fact that I liked the story kept me listening. Also the fact that I read the book awhile back.
Her sessions with the therapist. They were touching and of course the sexual escapades. LOL
Not a whole lot. Just when we were hearing the story as it actually happened. I got tired of hearing the same stories I heard in the other books. It was 2 hours of repeat.
Yes and no. I like to listen to him tell his story but it was missing a bit of action. When are we going to learn more about the zombie tapping the watch and the books issue?????
I like the narrator a lot.
No, It got a little boring. I still have no idea what the deal is with is soldier friend. I'm waiting for the 2 stories to tie together.
I'm not wasting a credit on the next book. I feel like i'm being led on with this series and still no action.
I am not sure if I would enjoy reading this. It was a little odd in the beginning. I might have put it aside if I had not read 3 horrible books before this. I am glad I kept listening. This was an awesome listen.
Seize the Night and Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz. These were not books I would normally read or listen to but I really enjoyed them.
When Edward read the letter from his dad and he and Sheila's relationship.
I laughed a lot. I got a little angry and said some things out loud. This book was very interactive for me.
The narrator was great as well.
I should have know by the title. Grace Lost What ? If she had left out the sex and added some action or goor. It's a zombie book right? Where were the zombies? The sex parts were even weak.
There was not character development. The women were too weak and coddled for my taste. If she had elaborated more on Zoe being able to read the zombies minds and knowing when they are around. It might have been better. It was sooooo drawn out and boring.
Lets see: Julia Whelan, kirsten Potter, Amy McFadden and Susannah Sandlin just to name a few.
Yes I would read another book by J.D Mason but not with Cary Hite. Cary Hite is boring and dry. He lacks emotion and I don't like him reading for women.
It was a little redundant. He just kept recapping from the first book. This one was long and drawn out. It story just keeps dragging on it could have been only one book. A part 2 was not needed.
He was boring and lacked emotion a lot of times.
They were all boring. I really enjoyed the first book. There was no need for a part 2
I would recommend to friends. It was different from any others I've read. It was from the perspective if the military. He actually wanted to help humanity.
I was mad at first but. I hate when ppl I get attached too die. But it made for an exciting ending.
Emotion. I felt like I was in the story. That rear
I would have picked another narrator. I have read other books that he read and this one didn't fit. He sounded the say with each character. If you miss the part where he says" said Billie" then I was lost. He tried to sound country for Billie sometimes but bad attempt. This was a little Charlie Brown too.
I got a little more detail about the infection. Also met a lot of interesting new characters.
I think the same narrator should have read the entire series like zombie fallout- Sean runnette. I like Christian rummel who read part 3.
I need more time to think about this one!
As far as zombie books I rate this a 2 out of 6.
Hero and his twin brother. I liked them the best because they added humor to this installment of the series.
I listened to the entire Remaining series and I enjoy him because you and distinguish the character when he reads.
Spoiler: When they had to take to hill to the dock and hero had his brother on his back and he and Billie made it a competition to see who killed the Mose zombies. Then hero and his brother ran straight into to the zombies. I cried he he said said tell him he's my Hero.
This fact I read the series before. So I know they are all great!
The mom was a very strong women. I liked that.
The narrator lacked emotion the same with the first.
When she hit the guy with the bat that they saved because he wanted to take billie's boat and her trip to the pharmacy to save her daughter.
I just wish they all had the same narrator. Loved the narrator in 3. He did the Remaining too. Loved him
This was the worse book I have ever listened to. I have read deadlock 1-7 I love the story. But the narrator was horrible. He reminded me of Charlie browns teacher. Lol
Because I read then all and i am a mom I have to go with the mom.
The first 4 should have been longer. They were more like short stories.
Yes, it's a great story just too short.
The narrator made the book boring.
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