I wouldn't know whether or not the audiobook is better than the print version since I didn't read the print version.
The story was well told, the writer kept it interesting throughout the telling and didn't over-dramatize the events covered.
The captain and the first mate were the most interesting because their experiences were so much more extreme than the experience of the other people involved.
The time before the first mate was rescued was pretty amazing.
This was good story of adventure and survival, if you're in to this genre, you should enjoy it.
I really enjoyed the story and I thought the narrator was excellent as well. The plot moves in unexpected ways and certain issues resolve unexpectedly, yet there remain other matters that must be addressed. I liked the characters in the story and I appreciated that there was no all-knowing character who reached grandly accurate conclusions based on little evidence as there are in some stories I've read.
I liked the book overall, I thought the performance was good, and the story had a lot of new angles different from the standard zombie story. The characters are interesting, though sometimes annoying. The lead character did get on my nerves at times, she's a bit nasty to people.
Overall I thought it was a very well told story. I got the second of the series and I think the second is even better than the first.
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