Several good plot ideas poorly executed. Characters get a C. Like the rest of this book some real possibilities that fell flat. My real quibble is the conversation and how poorly it was written.
Narrator was all right. I'm guessing she did the best she could with the material she had.
This was good, but more like 4.5 then 5. :) My only quibble is that I tend to like Kate and Curran's scenes so much that I'm disappointing when it's not the two of them and while there is quite a bit of the two of them there is some quite a bit with just Kate....sigh. I like her but...well, you know.
Renee Ruadman did a wonderful job narrating as always.
One thing I will say, I really liked the ending....
I really love Angel. Rowland does such a great job with this character and the world she lives in. I don't do the end of the world stuff but this is a zombie even I can love.
The narrator, Allison McLemore does a wonderful job. She's spot on for this book.
I have to admit I read the reviews of the one before this and because I couldn't face losing Jack Morgan I didn't read it. I'll go back at the end and get to it then.
That said, this is very good. I like Chopper Jim and it's nice to see Kate come out of the haze of pain.
Thank goodness for Mutt.
As usual Marguerite Gavin did a wonderful job. I love the audio of these books so much.
I like this but I suspect the reason I didn't like it more was I wasn't really crazy about the narrator because I read the one before this and liked it better. I'll read the next ones because I liked the characters a great deal. There were plot problems but I'm sure it will get better.
I really enjoyed this. The plot was a bit weak but I love the characters so much. Lucas is such a dog and his band of cops crack me up.
Richard Ferrone as usual did a bang up job narrating. At this point I'd be disappointed if I actually had to read one of these books.
This was a little slow in the beginning but it is the first in a series so it's not unexpected. It didn't take long though for it to work into a very nice story. Good solid characters, an interesting plot and nice world building with a satisfying ending. I promptly bought the next two.
The narrator did a great job. I really like him.
more like 3 1/2. This was weirdly interesting. Kind of all over the place but in the end it worked well enough that I'll read the next one. I'm not sure I was in love with the narrator enough to listen to another, I'll have to think about it, but I will read it. I think what I liked most were the characters. The plot was odd but as I say interesting.
Kind heartbreakingly dark at times hearing about how Vasic was trained as a child but there is so much to like about Ivy, Rabbit and Vasic's friendship with Aiden that it helps balance out the ugliness of his training.
It is well worth the read but then I haven't found one in this series that isn't.
I don't read zombie books but I do read Rowland's other series and like her writing. Last week when Audible had this book on special I decided to give it a shot and boy am I glad I did. Between the great story, characters and narration I'll be listening to the rest of the series.
I'm so glad Allison McLemore does all the narration for this series because she has Angle down pat. Perfect.
What a great book. Wild ride with crazy people and Oh, do I love the narrator. Richard Ferrone does a perfect job. He's so good I'd feel cheated if I had to read one of these instead of listening to him read it.
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