Oberon the dog cracks me up... wonderfully written and enjoyable!
Oberon the dog.
N/A - but Luke Daniel's perfomance is excellent and a perfect fit for the ambience of the story.
I do believe this will become a film and the tag line could be,
Simply an easy, relaxing and enjoyable read.
Can't think of anyone... this book was such a let down after the first two book of the series were excellent.
Predictable and drawn out - nothing exciting here. In Pandemic, it was also laced with political correctness that I didn't notice in books 1 & 2. I suffered through all 19 hours of Pandemic and couldn't wait for it to end. Where as the first two books in the series, I couldn't put down. We went from "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" in book 1 to an alien invasion in book 2 to conclude with cannibalistic zombies in book 3. If there is a book 4, I will be skipping it.
I actually liked the authors audio performance in books 1 and 2 and wished he'd had done book 3. Might have helped a little.
Wasn't the worse book I've read, but certainly was a let down from expectations. I'll probably be returning the book for a refund credit - but will keep the first two books.
The series had great promise, but was forever ruined with book 3. My guess is the author rushed book 3 out to take advantage of the series popularity? If that is true, then the author has potential be very good, if he'll focus on quality rather than quantity.
Yes, I'd listen to the series again and recommend them to fiends...all six books.
Mike Talbot -
He is Mike Talbot....can not imagine another voice for Mr Talbot
Yes, but enjoyed over several days.
The entire series is awesome IMO. Book 5 drags a little, but by far, my favorite Zombie reads.
I had a hard time getting into this one. I've read most of his works, but the last couple of books I quit reading half way through.
Performance was decent, but the story was lacking.
No, didn't finish this one and would not buy a follow-up.
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