Not really, but only because it isn't that kind of book, but man it was still good the first time!
Some of the Lincoln Child books have a similar style.
No this was my first one, but won't be the last.
Yeah for sure as the Pendergast series is a great one and Rene does the perfect voice for him
To be honest I didn't like it but thats because I saw it coming from about half way.
Rene was really good again, but a couple of times he kept the wrong voice for a character.
Yes as it was a further trip into the world of A.L.Pengdergast, but I think its one of the weakest in the series.
Good take on the Kajiu genre in a new setting of the US.
None stop action!
Majigo's first town encounter.
Haven't read the print edition but for a first time Singler novel I thought the audio one was great!
The Passage by Justin Cronin. Just for the amount of depth the book goes into.
Blue Balls :)
Non stop action!
One of the best Dresden Files books in the series. Liked how it brings back so many characters from previous books and intertwines them in ways I didn't see coming.
He nailed Dresden again!
Hell's Bells man!
Keep them coming!
Gripping, funny, talbot!
Michael Talbot, hands down. Funny as always!
He is Michael Talbot and all the characters, thats all you need to know.
Haven't read the print version.
The premise was quite good, esp once they get to the island.
Good overall but there were times where the narrater gets stuck on a character voice and continues this into another character so made it hard to follow some dialogue.
Scott Brick brings life to each of the characters so you can just lose yourself in them and the story.
A great follow on from the 1st book.
He's Mr Audiobook. No other narrarter seems to bring the depth of narration to books that he does.
All of it!! Mainly though the believability of all the characters and the story that follows each of them. You really feel invested in each of them.
Probably "The Stand" but only because thats another end of the world epic.
Its Scott Brick. Nothing more to say!
The first chapter really got to me. I won't spoil it but as a grown man it was the closet I've come to crying at the first part of any book.
Hands down one of the best books I have ever read.
Brilliant, conclusive, funny!
Just Michael Talbot as a whole and especially his interactions with D!
Still love Michael Talbot the best as got to know the character as voiced by Sean in Zombie Fallout. That and D was great!
Yeah couldn't get through it quick enough.
I picked up the Indian Hill books after listening to Zombie Fallout which I loved! Have to say though, Indian Hill could actually be better than ZF!
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