how to you really survive after the out break? How is your life going to be? This will give you an idea if how things may be in 200 years
I thought this book was along the lines of Salt, or Alchemy of Air, however, after 45mins, I just couldn't stand listening any longer.
I've listened to this for a week, and decided to return it. The author comes across as type A personality, I don't find the book relaxing.
The book feels more like a "pump you up sales meeting", then a method to learn to relax and teach yourself how to fall asleep.
This is one of the few series I restarted from book 1 when I purchased book 3; I wanted the story to be fresh in my mind, and It was well worth the time.
I've listen to almost every Zombie book out there, Dulaney isn't pushing some worn out, re-hashed story; this book was full of surprises, when you think the story was ending, Dulaney has more for you. If there's a 4th book, I'll buy it.
I guess this is the last book in the series, seems like they just gave up on writing a real story. Maybe this is what happens when you have to write three books covering the same group of people.
If there is a book 4, I wont bother to read it.
Mark Tufo is a very good writer, his stories are interesting, and I've enjoyed them, however, since he feels the need to use the same names in all of his books, covering totally different plot lines, it's become hard to keep the stories apart when listening to them.
Micheal Talbert is the main character in his stories covering Zombies, Aliens, and everything else he seems to feel the urge to write. Come on Mark, use a different character for each story series.
The publishers description made me think this was going to be interesting, however, less then an hour into the book I'd had enough.
I disliked this book so much, I didn't waste the brain power to remember the names.
A CIA agent, wouldn't have spent 10 minutes, trying to talk to the dingbat woman he runs into in the first few minutes. How you can be so stupid, to think zombies running around and killing everyone, are just "rioters", and still, have survived the first few days of an outbreak, is beyond me; no, this wasn't Sean of the dead, or even an attempt to be funny, its just poor writing and a bad plot.
The conversations where painful, no flow, no attempt to even try to talk, it was like listening to a couple of shy 5th graders, forced to sit next to each other on the school bus.
I'd never heard of the Sten series, and now I'm hooked. On the same level as David Drake, if you like War Sci-Fi, with the technical details to make it real, these guys are for you.
Rather then give a history, Scahill spends most of his time trying to bash the Right and make it look like they are behind everything.
It could have been a good book, if the facts where just presented.
The audio quality is poor, and ad in Weiner's poor reading, and you've got a loser of a book.
Tufo is finally killing off Michael Talbot, however, he did it in such a slow manner, it put me to sleep. Maybe Tufo's next book will be better.
I think Tufo's becoming one of my favorite writers.
I was very happy with this series, I ended up listen to all three books this weekend.
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