The narrator, his reading is passionless. He speaks very quickly without much pause when reading dialog, so at times it was difficult to follow who was speaking.
Yes. The story was interesting enough. I liked the main character
It is what I expected when I bought it, a gay harlequin novel.
Not sure, but certainly wasn't for me
Nothing else in this series
The narrator was ok, it was the storyline I did not like.
The idea that a cop and gangster might have a relationship could have been a good plot line, unfortunately it didn't pan out in my opinion. The interaction and dialogue between the two main characters was unrealistic and hard to listen to.
I usually like gay fiction written by woman, it's an odd combination that can really work at times. I felt like this book was written from a woman's perspective and the cops gender was changed to make the book fit into this genre.
No over a weeks time
I love this series and Dick Hill is the perfect reader for this series. I
I love this series! It has a nice mesh of super hero bravodo and zombie slaying. I like that the villian from the last book was brought back, stronger and more demented.
It's hard for me to get anymore interested in zombie novels, sort of a big fan. The super hero was a nice twist.
Nothing, I think it is read well. Not too dramatic and lets you focus on the story.
Pete Cline has made a fan of me with both of his books and I am looking forward to the next installment.
Dirty, dirty dirty!
Yes. The book is really explicit at time, but is very tongue and cheek in a way that keeps you listening.
The scene rigt before he gets his internet "job"
Welll...several. Listen and you will know what I mean.
The fraternity brother "Bro" thing was not believable, but the characters became a littl more real by the end of the book. This was a good listen, funny and unexpectedly erotic. DO NOT listen to this at work! Looking forward to the next book.
I would, this was and interesting twist on the typical zombie story.
Yes. The book had a hoaky feeling I liked.
The reader was overly dramatic, especially with the Dr. It was really annoying.
The characters and setting reminded me of early Stephen King which was nice. How the virus was started was a standard theme, but what it took to get it was interesting. The book slowed down at the end and became sluggish, but overall I think it was a good listen.
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