What a great story. This book is worth the money. I find it quite interesting that this happened almost 100 years ago. The true depth of human character and willpower is displayed throughout this book. I wonder if we still have that kind of heart in today's society.
This is the second book I've listened to in this universe. Both of them have started slowly. I had to stop and come back to finish both of them because of the slow start. That being said, the beginning is not bad, just slow. The middle was good and the ending was great. I recommend the book, but only if you're willing to stick with it to the end. There are some interesting sci-fi ideas in the story. Overall I'm glad that I purchased it and just purchased the next one in the series.
This was a good zombie story. There was plenty of action, despair and seemed to be well thought out. There was an issue with one of the plot lines. It didn't seem to be developed quite as much as the other line. While not perfect, it was good enough that I will purchase the next one in the series.
The story is as good or maybe better than the previous book. There is never a dull moment in this new macabre world of the undead. It also leaves the possibility for a third book. I can't wait. The narrator was also very good. If you liked the first book even a little, then this is a worthwhile listen.
Scott Brick has a minimal part in narrating the book which is a bummer for me because he is one of my favorites. The story is good, but it not near as good and wide reaching as the original book. Probably worth a credit, but I'd go with the Prequil books before this (Butlarian Jihad, Machine Crusade, etc...).
Great book. Wonderful story of camaraderie and the relationship between service members. It always moves me when I read or listen.
The book has a good plot and starts out well. Action scenes are described well and the politics are interesting. However, things seem a little too easy for the protagonists and this single fact brought what was a good book down to only three stars. I am glad I listened, but might not listen to the sequels.
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