I wouldn't want to insult anyone.
It will be a while till I listen to something like this in a while.
Not sure if the voice was making the book worse or the book was making the reading unbearable
If I was reading the book, I would have just read the vigilante killings. The love scenes were annoying and hard to stomach. Hey you, hey you.
Many times I was just going to download something else, but thought it had to get better.
Yes, the other two I listened to were awesome. She normally has great characters you come to love that have happy endings. She has such a way with words that you get so wrapped up in the stories.
Kate's characters typically have tragic stories, but there were glimmers of hope and happiness. Not this one. I couldn't finish this one.
I loved young Grace and the very vivid scenes of working in the manor and living during that era.
Probably not. It reminded me a lot of Downton Abby.
I'm not giving up on Kate. Maybe I need to take an anti-depressant to finish this one. Love Caroline and Kate together. Caroline may have a child-like voice, but I never get distracted by her narration. Other narrators have left me bored, tired, or en eye rolling queen.
I think Clive did a great job with the story. Pauses at the right time, no silly voices for characters. Love the accent.
I can't get the violent scenes from my mind to find one I would call my favorite.
There were so many times I was bored with the story. Then confused because he kept going back to past memories. I'm still not sure what the heck happened.
Being a mother of only 1 boy, I'm not sure what I would do in their situation.
I already have. I typically don’t like detective books, but this was really good. No problem keeping people straight and believable characters. Even though this book was written in 1997 I love to be reminded how our technology has changed so much. (The need for pay phones)
He did a good job. Nothing too outrageous. I liked how he talked into something to stimulate telephone conversations.
There was a moment I almost felt sorry for the pedophile. Almost.
I wanted a long book to keep me entertained for a while. This did the trick. I wanted to get to the end, but at the same time I was enjoying the journey.
This is the first book I actually bought (without a credit). I loved the first one so much. Not disappointed.
I'm having a very hard time finding another good zombie series or book. I loved WWZ. Warm bodies was a warm fuzzy zombie book. But since then... I guess I'll have to start listening to different thrillers.
He does a great job. Nice strong voice.
Yes, very action packed. Had a hard time stopping.
What the heck? He goes through so much detail on Hawaii (not even sure why they even went there) and then when they get to China, wham, book is over.
I understand that the journal style had to go with so many events seen through other peoples eyes, but did he have to end such an amazing series with this? It's like you put so much love into a garden, select the right soil and fertilizer. Take the time to water and talk to the plants. And then when you get the first tomatoes, you mow over it cause you've moved on to another task. I see he tried to tie up loose ends, but did it in a Lost (tv series) kind of way. So sad.
Now that there were many voices he had to do, he did this ok.
The first 2 books.
If there was ever a book I'd like to have a re-do on, this would be the one!
I loved the zombie/journal style. Believable characters and exciting action.
Since this is someone writing in a journal, there is very little conversation. So he didn't have to change his voice often. Strong, believable voice, like the main character would have.
Absolutely nothing!! I can’t believe audible even bothered having someone read this aloud! Did anyone read this before print?
I don't know where to begin! There were so many times I gasped out loud because of the silliness of it all! I think the biggest example was when one of the main guys drives all the way from Alabama to Tennessee on a motorcycle (no mention of getting gas throughout the whole book) without seeing any zombies. He gets to his neighborhood, and sees some. He doesn't want to alert them to his presence so he quietly puts the kickstand down and that draws their attention. Did I mention HE DROVE ON A MOTORCYLCE??? The entire book was filled with this absurdity.
He has a very nice voice, but does an Israeli and a southern 16 year old girl both have to have a pathetic southern accent? It's hard to judge him when the nonsense coming from his mouth was hard to take
I only finished it so I could sum up some of the foolish scenes to my co-worker. I didn't once have to go back to listen to something I may have missed since I just needed the summary.
YES! Cute zombie book. I loved hearing about R's emotions and his transformation.
He did very well with the voices and the slow zombie talk and grunts.
This was a short book that you could easily listen to all at once.
Even if you saw the movie, you'd love this book. Some things are different. nice treat!
The main character was very human. A little crazy, a little lustful, a little self-indulgent.
He sounded bored at first, but I think Neville wasn't the most exciting man.
This was a very short book, so it would be easy to listen to all in one day.
Like every parent who wishes they would write down every cute thing they think they will remember their kids saying, I wish they would have right away and not years later.
Of course the hospital scene.
A few teary times.
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