Audiobooks as a whole make it easier for me to read books, I don't have the time or opportunity anymore to sit and read, so having the chance while I'm working to enjoy a book often means the difference between me reading a certain book and wanting to read it.
I enjoyed the characters, and the accuracy of the descriptions of the firearms and tactics. That I believe is the strong suit with the author, accuracy for once in a book regarding firearms.
No real favorite, honestly I'll say I wasn't thrilled with the accents of the reader, however it didn't detract from the book itself. That said I've heard the author speak on the radio so I also am familiar with his voice enough to know it's not really a southern accent as it's portrayed in the audio version.
Honestly can't put my finger on a certain point that was more moving, the entire book I thought was good, I guess laying that down honestly I enjoyed the start where your being introduced to the characters and situation. I think the creepy part of a zombie book is often when you know nothing;)
Overall I'm not a zombie reader, I don't go out of my way to read this type of book. However I am a fan of several authors like Larry Correia and his MHI series, I enjoy the accuracy in which he writes about firearms as well. So this to me is in the same vein, if you enjoy books by Steven Hunter, Larry Correia, and authors like them(as far as firearms), I would certainly give this a read, it was a fun ride from beginning to end.
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