Yes. I couldn't have read the book in one sitting if I hadn't had the audio version, life would get in the way. With the audio version I could listen and work at the same time.
Yes, it kept you wondering what would happen next.
I liked how he changed voices enough so you could invision the separate characters. His voice is entrancing.
Yes, I didn't want to stop until I found out what would happen at the end.
Yes. Best Zombie books mixing terror, horror and humor.
Mike Talbot. He is a regular guy finding his way through a zombie filled world with a smile still on his lips.
When Mike and Tracy finally got it on in the library. Poor guy needed it, and BT needed a good grin.
When BT finally admitted how bad the zombie infection was. And what it was doing to him.
Mark Tufo is one hell of a story teller. I plan to keep an eye on him and his books.
Yes. The characters were well developed, the plot engaging, and the ending was appropriate.
I loved the covered bridge, wish I had one of those myself!
Great voice that let you listen to the story and not hear her voice. You could actually hear each character taking on a life of their own.
The gas mask man. He was a character you could really enjoy hating.
The story is funny in a gruesome way.
I would compare it to any series of books you really love to read, you can't wait to see what happens in the nexy book.
Mike Talbot the unlikely hero of the story.
Many many laughs.
The humor is so much fun in a horror novel. Mark Tufo makes the Zombie Apocalypse an enjoyable ride.
Zombie guts mixed with a laugh.
Mike Talbot of course
When Tracy thought she'd never see Mike again.
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