Cannington, Australia | Member Since 2011
No, not again.
I got into this as it was written by Stephen King, I found this hard to get into but will continue for the whole series for if anything, Stephen King will draw you in eventually, twist and turn you and spit you out with you knowing you have been through something. I have a high hope for the other books
I am happy with this book, the story and the narration is good. I must say I found it enjoyable, compelling to listen too and interesting. I am still unsure if I liked the character Dylan basically for the way she treated our poor Sheriff but then that was part of the fun of it all.
I would have preferred more about the FLU and the effects, but as a story it is enjoyable.
I have always loved zombie books yet this series ignited a new fire in me both the Author Mark Tufo with his characters and wit and Sean Runnette with his brilliant narration had me enthralled. I am sure the humour written and well delivered had a few fellow travellers in my public transport to and from work thinking I am crazy. Well done guys, you are a great team.
I think it has to be BT I really felt for him and Sean did the role very well
Zombies, vampires everywhere but Talbot is here to save you all - be afraid
Great books, great narration, keep them coming and keep author and narrator together
For the finer details, to hear what I missed
No I have not listened to any before however, David Johns made a great narrator and it certainly helped turn around my disappointed Harry Redknapp did not narrate himself. At times just maybe, just maybe, you could pretend with David's narration it was Harry speaking
A very enjoyable memoir of a man I certainly admire for a no nonsense but honest account of himself.
Just Plain Clever
I honestly believe Sean Runnette is perfect for this book and the Zombie Fallout Series. I looked forward to both the books by Mark Tufo and the performance.
I have completely enjoyed the Zombie Fallout series, and although dubious of this one I understood why it was written. I found Dr Hugh Mann a strange and awkward character, hard to fathom but that is I suppose why he is a good character - but not a good person.
If you like the Fallout Series, this is a must listen
I have not read the print version, I am looking for it now!
Why the Colonel of course! (said in a Southern drawl)
One pulse and the pulses of millions stop.
I really have to say this is brilliant, fantastic, tremendous, wonderful and so on book. I am a lover of disaster books, Zombies and all those end of the world books we love and hate. But this one is brilliant (I know already said that) My interest in the effects (and after) of an EMP led me to this book as did the intro by Newt Gringrich and that intro teased me further. The book is a novel and of course not true but I can certainly believe the themes and the occurrences in this book could become real and that is frightening. We are not prepared, we are too devoted, too reliant on the microchips. I believe some of William R. Forstchen's stories and turns are completely believable, we are reliant on medication, cars, machinery and food deliveries. As a diabetic I had a shiver of fear. If you suffer from many ailments and need medicine, be sure you have a strong drink when you read/listen to this book.It is a book I would love to see as a movie, it is perfect for such a medium. This is one book I have already started to recommend to my friends and to be honest I think all should read/listen to this book and maybe we should rethink some priorities before it is too late.Well done Mr. Forstchen, a brilliant (there I go again) book of creative writing.You have a fan in me.
I will also add, the narrator Joe Barrett did a mighty fine job, he kept me listening.
A well written story of lost pain, revenge and battles
They are all without exception throughout this, Zombie Fallout and Riley series perfect narration
I was coy about getting this one as the transfer between zombie and Lycan was not to my interest how I gave it a go and not only did his book give me some further insight into the characters from fallout but certainly extended the storyline well.
Therefore if you are differing on getting this one after the fallout series, I recommend getting it.
I would, this is a very clever book written so well from the view of a dog that I laughed (barked) loudly at many parts. Each character is well developed
Benben, so innocent, the distrust of Riley and Patches is very good
Benben been diving into the fray going missing then his return
Or his loose bladder at the worst moments
Spoiler if I explain it.
Enjoyable, witty, gruesome
The remaining by Dj morels. Similar but not and with more humour
Excellent, the dry wit was excellently played
Yes, just to find out how talbot would survive or not, and more about Tommy, just who or what is he?
Fun read not as heavy as some zombie books, different, eg zombies that kiss ! Some great ideas for the genre
As an Australian I was amazed with the depth of knowledge shown of Australian, if not Aboriginal history, dream time stories, Australian history that made this story shine out, especially when written by a Norwegian. Well Done. How the author wove in each chapter title to the story, and kept me listening was great.
Harry of course, a damaged star.
Very good, voices not so bad but still very good.
Intrepid, determined, out of his zone and drunk, the killer never had a chance
A great story, it has now made me want the rest, in fact number 3 is already purchased. A gripe, why is number 2 not available? But a minor gripe as time will I hope bring it to me. I really want to listen to more, especially with this writer and performer collaboration.
The narrative style takes you into the heart of the story
I enjoyed the tone and the voice which was a pleasure to listen too
Heads above many of the same ilk, I enjoyed it immensely
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