I found the stories predictable and deprived of real emotion
Maybe in a non-fiction book.
I think there is too much I would cut. I cannot decide.
It is one of the most interesting zombie books I've listened in 2013
The trip back from Antartica.
It's the first time I listened to him, but he does an excellent job making characters distinguishable and emotional.
No. Lots of tense moments though.
Great vision of the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. Totally worth it!
Our World's End
The deaths of some of the members of Alpha team and the whole second half of the book, when the $#%@ hit the fan...
I really enjoyed this book. The zombie outbreak is explained and justified in the narration, and you could see how a group of soldiers are trying to do their job no matter what. I also liked how the author handles the global reaction to the outbreak in a very realistic way.
Absolutely! If you like zombies, you would enjoy this short story. After I read and listen The Dying of the Light: End this story explains how this nightmare started.
Captain William Trace, the main character. I liked the way this first outbreak is seen through Trace's eyes.
If you like werewolves and you have some sense of humor you will like this audiobook. It respects the myth (unlike they have done with vampires so many times...) and gives you a new and modern perspective of what a werewolf should do in these days. I really enjoyed it and it will be one of the audiobooks that i will listen more than one time.
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