Yes! Because it was that good!
Jenny. She transforms from an oppressed bimbo trophy wife, into a badass zombie slayer.
Again, Jenny. Cassandra does an amazing job of bringing her to life.
While I did shed a tear or three while listening to this book's sequel, "Siege", I did not with this book. However, it did stir emotions because I cared about these characters. The story is engaging and at times intense.
This is one of my all-time favourite stories, and next to Oliver Wyman, Cassandra Campbell is my favourite audiobook performer. She gives the characters life and dimension, and the story is well written, rich and complex. If you like zombie fiction, this is a must-read!
Revelation, intensity, Destiny.
The truth about Deneaux. No spoiler from me!
The Library. Again, not giving anything away!
Just when you thought that walking corpses couldn't get any scarier.....!!!
This book takes the story in a whole different direction, while tieing itself to another Tufo story with just one word! This is one of the best in the series.
Yes. The story is told through journal entries and some major events in the story are told in past-tense blurbs, but it's done well. I don't think that I would've liked the print version as much.
The "discovery" at the stadium. I don't want to give too much away!
No. But he does a great job. His voice reminds me of Oliver Wyman and Christian Rummel.Very nice.
No. but it wouldn't have bothered me to do so.
This is a good zombie story. Although it really doesn't bring anything new to the zombie genre, it's a good tale worth the listen.
Great Book. Great Story. Well-told. Similar to stephen king's carrie, but way better!
Fans of Zombie Fallout (of which I am one!) get insight and a bit of backstory on one of its major characters in this story. Clearly Callis Rose exists in the same universe as the Talbots.
Sean is a great storyteller. he breathes life into these characters. He is one of my favorite narrators.
When Callis completely lost it.
I get the feeling that we may hear more about Callis Rose in the future. It makes me wonder if she has any connection to Eliza, Tomas, and/or Azile....
The multiple narrators each telling a story of survival. It's more of a radio play than just a great audiobook.
This story is told from multiple points of view, all combined describe an epic horrific event with remarkable detail and emotion. Zombies are an absurd impossibility in our reality, but this story is told in a very plausible and real manner in a reality where zombies exist.
The Battle of Yonkers
The movie is crap compared to the book. If you've only seen the film, and not heard Max's story, you must read or listen!
I have not read the print version, but this was a great listen. A compelling and terrifying story to tell.
It's eye-opening. How ironic in this ultra-paranoid age, we find that we are nearly naked when it comes to the vulnerability of our very way of life. This is a very plausible story. A worst-case scenario happening to regular Americans, whom everyone can identify with.
He breathes life into the characters he's reading. Nice 3 dimensional voice that conveys the emotions of those fictional people living through the devastating events as they unfold.
Everything you know gone in a flash....welcome to the brave new world.
I hope that no one is stupid enough to ever do something like this. But I know better.
Sick, Nasty Fun!
Tim....because he's a giant zombie clown with no sentimentality or morals, and a dark sense of humour.
Sean Runette is one of my favourite narrators. Just as he breathed life into Michael Talbot, so he does with Tim.
Yes, but I didn't because I wanted it to last! Rooting for Tim to prevail is like finding a Miley Cyrus song that you like....a guilty pleasure that makes you feel a little dirty for enjoying it so much!
Will mark tufo grace us with a 3rd installment of the Timothy saga, or was Tim's fate left to our imagination?!? Either way, I'm good with it. It ended in the right place. We'll done, as usual, Mark Tufo!
Yes. It will change the way you think about how your city is supplied with food, and just how vulnerable and precarious our food production and distribution system is.
The Singularity is Near. By Ray kurtweil both books speak of profound changes coming in humanity's future. Enevatibilities that will revolutionize future human life.
The whole thing!
That current agriculture practices are both destructive and unsustainable.
Everyone should listen to or read this book. The concept has the ability to solve many of the major problems that threaten our very existance.
I really liked the approach that the researchers took in trying to find answers to the V Event. Treating it as within the realm of nature, instead of supernatural.
The Strain Trilogy by Guillermo Del Torro. Both deal with widespread vampire outbreaks potentially leading to the extinction of humankind. Humanity is fighting for its survival as civilization falls apart.
There are multiple narrators. All are good, but some are better than others.
Yes, but it would spoil the surprise for anyone who read this review before listening to the stry!
It's a great listen for anyone who likes vampires, and stories of apocalypse.
Characters fully develop, friendships deepen, and the story matures.
Jenny getting locked in the hotel room, whilst they are clearing the hotel. Intense!
Yes. She is always great, but she really excels with this series.
It made my stomach knot during some of the more intense parts.
This is my favourite book in the series. The story really gels and matures here.
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