I was very impressed with this final chapter in Rhiannon Frater's zombie trilogy. She made you love her characters. But not all the good guys made it to the end. I cried like a baby listening to this book. Anytime an author can touch me emotionaly to that depth I am going to recommend their book. One of the best zombie books out there.
Jenny was my favorite character. She came full circle in the trilogy. Saying more would give away too much.
Narite was amazing and Calhoun was a trip. I loved the interaction between him and Narite.
Who will inherit the earth? The living or the dead?
It's official. I don't like Abby. She's childish, moody, dangerously impulsive, has poor people skills and is possibly stupid. I have no respect for Dutch. For a big, bad FBI agent he lets her run all over him. He is not allowed to dictate to her or treat her like a child but it's perfectly okay for Abby to talk down to him and treat him like an idiot. Oh and lie, lie, lie. She goes on a pretend date for her business and he catches her at the restaurant. That night she decids to move out. Her reason? His cat hates her. Oh that's not suspicious at all. Dutch reacts as if she kicked him? That's it? Really? Who wouldn't suspect her of moving out to be more free to cheat on him. Especially since she jumped in the sack with a guy in the last book. I gave the book high marks because the series has kept me entertained but I just don't like Abby. I would not have her for a friend. I would visit her for a psychic reading but that's about it. I love the narrator. She does a fine job but she is not responsible for Abby's labile emotions.
Abby's sister Kat. I like her bright personality and her strong connection to Abby.
She has a great voice and keeps the tone light for these books. They are not Shakespear.
Good god no. This is my last book for this series. Abby has gotten on my very last nerve.
I would totally recommend this book to anyone who loves a good suspense and who loves dogs.
The first chapter. Paul and Maggie touched my heart.
He brought life to the characters.
The scene with Maggie and Paul and the scene in the warehouse with Maggie and Scott.
Any book that can make me laugh, cry, and walk around smiling like an idiot is worth passing on. Read/Listen to this book!
I have already listened to it 3 times in a row. Fabulous, complex novel. I catch new things each time I listen.
Joe and the cast of characters seem to come to life. Ray Porter does an awesome job of keeping the voices the same throughout the series. He pulls off the cocky Joe Ledger perfectly. I love when the good guys win.
*SPOILER ALERT* When Joe has the villian tied up on his desk with Ghost standing on the bad guy's chest. Also love Joe's quote: "There is rich, there's rich and then there's fu*k you."
There are moments of humor but by far the suspense of finding out if the team can stop the bad guys. I mean, I was pretty sure they would but lots of people died along the way. Some of the characters we have come to know and admire.
Please keep the series going, Mr. Maberry. I shall be giving you my money with glee.
Not as an audible book.
The first chapter was good despite the horrible narration. I just could not deal with the narrator long enough to finish the book.
A better narrator. Barry Campbell read this like he was reading a fairy tale to a room full of children.
WTF happened here? I had to restart this book 5 times. The droning of irrevilent war statistics made my eyes cross. Only the narrator made this book interesting. The actual story line sucked ass
I totally loved his first two books. This one was a spectacular failure though. I hope he keeps trying. I am going to blame his editor for this fiasco.
He is a fabulous narrator.
The sexual tension between the couple was well done.
Probably not. There are much better paranormal romances out there.
I hope not.
Loved the characters. They felt so real, their pain, their triumphs. The night shift at the grocery store and their turkey bowling.
I loved when the animals pushed their friend in the water in order to obtain a boat. Too funny.
Any scene involving the emperor and his men.
Lots of giggling, no crying.
I would have so killed Tommy!
Though I found the constant bickering of the two main characters annoying at the beginning, the book soon took off and was a fun read. I enjoyed it enough to buy the next in the series.
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