It was a little tough to get into the journal 1st person style, but got into it after a couple of chapters. Waaaaay better than the last one I bought... Omega Days... Ugh! I will definitely continue with the series.
I really wanted to like it but just couldn't. The narration was so bad it took a mediocre story and made it an almost painful listen. If you want a better story with excellent narration, stick with Tufo.
The narration was so bad that it was almost comical. I can't believe I listened to the whole audio book. I kept thinking, wrongly, that it had to get better. Don't waste the credit or the time.
Although I'm a huge fan of Mark Tufo and this this book series, I'm extremely disappointed with Zombie Fallout 5. It felt like a rushed story with no substance and very little plot. There was a good two hours of flashback stories told that provided no benefit to the story and, frankly, felt like filler. I found myself fast forwarding through much of those portions which is a first. I hope Mark spends a little more time developing a good story for book 6 and doesn't let his publisher rush the process which I'm hoping was the reason this book fell flat.
No... Although book 5 was a complete waste of time with very little story, I'm still looking forward to the continuation of the story line. As long as it gets back on track. If book 6 is as empty as book 5, I probably won't go for book 7.
Of course... Michael Talbot. His perfect sarcastic inflection is, as always, great.
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