This book was not about Bundy, this book was about Ann Rule. I have never read a book that was supposed to be about someone else and turned out to be basically about the author. Rule ends up gushing like some schoolgirl over a serial killer. How the publishers even went with this is amazing.
Great twist on the zombie theme. Even better, great name for a zombie: Angel. We get to follow Angel's journey/adjustment into zombie land and her inherent detective skills. Great lighthearted book and top notch narration. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
Slow, boring 'plot'. There's more action finding Waldo... Shallow characters and redundant speeches. Horrible narration, especially the whining female. If I were reading this book, I would never use that pathetic I-can't-think-or-do-anything-for-myself-airhead voice. Completely destroyed the book. Tried pumping up the speed and still couldn't force myself to finish it, even after investing 6 hours. Just not interested in how it turned out at all. On the other hand, I immediately started My Life as a White Trash Zombie and I am completely satisfied with the performance and story. Such a wonderful experience to once again not suffer through a book!
Was really looking forward to reading this book. Unfortunately I was very disappointed. The book was slow and very repetitive. Did not seem to offer anything new. Maybe it was a little heavy on the scholarly side and could've used a lighter hand.
The book started off interestingly enough. Continued rather well. And then when Katie and Jenny hooked up with other survivors it kind of went downhill. Suddenly these two women, who incidentally weren't really playing with a full deck emotionally, considering the circumstances they just endured, walk in like they're taking over. Should you decide to read the story, you will understand the reference to the sexual preference. One is heterosexual and the other appears to be bisexual, but everybody thinks she's a lesbian. She would prefer everyone to continue to think that for reasons you will discover. By the time I got to the end I felt like I had just listened to a chick flick.
Totally entertaining, easily done in one sitting and I expect to listen to this several more times. Rarely does a book actually make me smile, much less laugh out loud!
Must have been relevant for its time, which is sad in itself, but just too much bleakness to even finish. The language was a real turn off. I guess if there wasn't the N-word, there wouldn't have been any stories....
I have not listened to a Tom Lowe book before so I cannot compare it to any of his other works. But if this is typical, I will not be listening to anymore. The female characters were overly dramatic and pitiful. I do not blame that on the narrator. It was definitely the way the characters were written. I did however have to lower the stars on the narrator because the female voices were really bad. Way too wordy and just not a good story. No action and definitely not a thriller.
How people can compare this author to Stephen King or anyone of that caliber is truly amazing. The story just wasn't put together neatly and the narration ruined it. Thank goodness for returns!
Have no idea how anyone made it through the end of this book much less the series. The narration is nauseating!
Kudos to the screenwriter that was able to make this into a movie. Must have been one of their biggest challenges ever.
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