I really wanted a new series to start after finishing the last of the Remaining series. Thought I would give this a try. The sound effects and narration was horrible. It was monotone and very distracting. I couldn't finish the book - at least the Audible. I will try and continue reading the e-book because I think the story isn't bad, just the narration. Sorry. I hate to be negative but Mr. Fetherolf is terrible and the sound effects are even worse.
None of the story was very interesting.
Sean Runnette. I love the Zombie Fallout series and a lot of the reason is Mr. Runnette. Mark Tufo is great, but Sean Runnette makes it all worthwhile.
No. Listening sucked! Hopefully, actually reading the book will prove worth the time and effort, and possibly, the purchase of additional books by this author.
It appears that the narrator was changed after the second book. I hope that is true. I enjoy reading and listening at the same time but with this narrator, it was impossible.
I enjoyed the final title of this series very much. I much appreciate actually having a FINAL book in a series. The story in the epilogue should have been more detailed and longer. In fact, I believe the plot continuation in the epilogue would have made a great 4th edition (I can't believe I said that!).
The unique approach of 'The End' scenario.
Probably not. Have to admit that the sample of the second book wasn't too bad. Certainly better than the first.
Better dialogue, better narrator. The book seemed very amateurish.
Not really. The sample for book 2 was worth a second look, but don't believe it will be much better.
You betcha! My favorite author and narrator.
Seemed a little unbelievable. How does a college student turn into a General of a highly covert, underground, elite fighting force that is the 'last great hope' of the earth? Seems highly implausible. Enjoyed the basic plot, but found the underlying story hard to believe.
I found the killing of the people who wanted to leave the complex very disturbing, but highly believable. Humans are routinely confronted with situations that change their perspective in life and death, loyalty, and basic compassion. I don't believe those sent out to 'remove the threat' as bad people, only humans that feel that the renegades are going to destroy their hope for survival.
Liked it well enough to read all three books.
I love the Mark Tufo books as a rule. But I did not find much to like in this book. I enjoyed the majority of the book but found the plot complicated and a hard to follow ending. I love Mr. Tufo's humor and sarcasm and was hoping for more of the same, but was greatly disappointed. I understand that a writer must change courses occasionally but Mr. Tufo's wit and humor is what I enjoy about his writing. I hope that he continues his best serials - Zombie Fallout, Book of Riley and Rise of the Lyncans (Rise of the Lycans isn't the greatest he's done, but look forward to a new installment.
Overall, Mark Tufo is my favorite author of this genre and will continue to follow his series.
More humor and sarcasm, and less complicated plot. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the book but found it kind of non-eventful.
I love the narrator of all of Mr. Tufo's books. However, I felt that he was strained in his normal wit full and humorous rendition.
Not really. I will continue to read Mr. Tufo's books no matter how much I like or dislike this book.
Get back to what you're good at - humor, sarcasm, and witty confrontation!
great, great, great!
Destruction of the camp.
He is great! Sounds like Billy Crystal. Makes the story interesting yet humorous! Makes the story enjoyable.
Not sure why. Just can't get enough. Listen on the way to work with Whispersync on the way to work and read Kindle at lunch!
Hope there is a Whispersync version soon for the newer editions soon. Will have to start on a new series for now. Maybe Wool.
I really enjoyed Mike's sarcasm and wittiness. Made me laugh out load, but was still was a great story line. Had a few problems with the actual 'preparedness' for the battle for survival. Seemed a little amateurish considering Mike's military background. But overall, loved the book and have already purchased #2 Kindle Edition and Audible Edition. I look forward to the next installment. Wish that this was available in an omnibus series (along with many other series).
Wittiness, sarcasm, and overall humor while in a survival situation.
I like his narration - sounds a lot like Billy Crystal. However, during serious situations, I had a hard time believing the narration voice to the situation. Seemed more for the humor than for the storyline. He certainly doesn't sound ex-military!
Laugh mostly, but had some very emotional portions. Made me cry but at the same time made me laugh out loud.
I hope that the 'vampire' addition to the storyline doesn't end up being just plain stupid!
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