Oh, it's hard to pick just one thing - the clever, hysterically funny writing, the performances or the way it changes the way you look at everyday life?
There were many stories. And they were all funny and witty and clever. I love that!
Each narrator provided depth and nuances that broadened the characters and made them into people rather than just caricatures. The comic delivery had me staggering around the park laughing seemingly to myself on my daily walk as I listened.
"Arthur says 'it's brilliant'"
I am so jealous of the UK for getting new episodes first.
Yes - the dark hilarity mixes well with the gore and thought-provoking passages. This is a smart, terrifying and yes, fun adventure. Narrator does a superlative job with the material.
Although I was a fan of the written book, the narrator really brought the nuances of the story to life and made the dialogue flow.
Everything, I purchased the previous audiobook, John Dies at the End and couldn't finish it because I didn't think the narrator did the words justice. In this case, Nick Podehl elevated an already worthy story.
Chinese food apocalypse for the soul - extra soy sauce! (Hold the MSG).
Not for the squeamish or faint-of-heart.
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