Brisbane, Australia | Member Since 2014
A very bigoted and stereo typed writer and story line.
He needs to study more in depth about the subject that he is writing about and the groups of people he is writing off.
It was OK as the story was a bit weak.
All three of the above e.g. Anger, Sadness, DISAPPOINTMENT!
Unless you like poor story lines then this book is not for you to enjoy.
Not a bad story but very mushy love story between to two main characters. much to much spent developing this aspect.
loved it. Plenty of action and drama. Worth the credit . can't wait for the next book.
More realistic main character and support characters. Still the most dangerous threat are other human beings.
Better than the Adrians Diary series which I also like. Thank God the good guys are not always leaving their weapons out of reach or falling over, it only happens once in this book not every chapter. Good read :)
He's a good narrator with plenty of character in his voice.
Yes did it all in one sittiing.
I hope its not a long wait for the second edition. Also I hope that it is not a short book like a lot of authors seem to be doing with the next book in a series.
loved it. Great read. Plenty of action and humor. Awesome narration to a great storytelling.
No I'm sorry that I purchased this book.
No just this author.
Only if I had to for a good story in which had the same narrator.
Not at all.
Poorly written and hard to listen to.
I have not read the print version but this was excellent.
Typical Mark Tufo always good.
I have not.
Winters mothers saying goodbye to Winter.
The character I loved the most was Cedar.
Well written and engaging
The fast pace and how the characters progressed
The narrator should stay off caffeine. He made it hard to listen to, he was to hyped up all the way through.
Yes but the narration almost made me give up.
With different narrator it would have scorded a 9 out of ten but with the narrator I would only give it a 7 out of ten :(
The humor sarcasm and normal zombie fare .
Jason and his family, Ell and Critter, Big Daddy.
Too many to mention.
I listen while at work, so two or three sittings.
Too many times they trip, don't hear the zombies, or their weapons are out of reach.
The humor and sarcasm were a bit like Mark Tufo but original in its self :)
The fact that the residents of whispering grove voted the fat women back into office in their community. Totally unbelievable, the writter should have taken a more believable path with her.
Very good and loved listening to him tell the story. Well done :)
The canny girl was one of the most likable chacter.
A good fun read :)
Nothing new here :( Don't get me wrong its better than the morjority of genre out there. I just sick off the writers always taking the same path eg survivers leaving their guns contantly out off reach, walking backwards and tripping over, going into buildings alone after splitting up to search them, the bad guys are almost indestructible and always catching survivors off guard, all the heros that are survivors either men or women are hot and kickass fighter. Obviously any ordinary people who are just average looking don't survive. There seems to be a total lack of writing imagination out there :(
Yes, but I would tell them not to expect anything new or different.
A good narrator and keeps the story alive.
We need more realistic writers with a more realistic stories for this type of fiction.
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