Many have pondered the questions surrounding the fascination with the undead. Here is your chance to find those answers. Gordon Lightcap and his partner, Moira Donatelli, have created an organization to rid the world of a rising threat. But to better understand that threat they must look back into the horrific events leading up to their current predicament. Join them as they search for the answers through 10 short stories of flesh-devouring madness. Learn about the very first incident and others to discover an even more dangerous foe who is ready to surface. Each incident is a different take on the undead lore that will appeal to any zombie fan and keep the listener begging for more flesh and leftovers.
Featuring the voice talents of: Sarah Ashley (as Agent Hound), Robin Austin (as Madame Callisto/Lenore the Seer, Indian Foctor, Brazilian Girl, and Carrie Clarke), Rebecca Burns (as MI6 Agent Liz Powers-Bartrum), Jillian Gallagher (as Clarice and Reporter), David McGuire (as God), Kelly O'Donogue (as Alicia), Antonio Pipito (as Ray), Charlene Pipito (as Anita McCreath), Dan Pipito (as Dr. Jonathan Derby), Lana Pipito (as Beth), Richard Pipito Sr (as Bus Driver), Roberta Pipito (as Moira Donatelli and President's Daughter), Tara Scott (as Chastity Smith), Bryan Moriarty (voicing the credits and introduction), and Rick Pipito (as Narrator and remaining voices).
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Struggle bus. Narrators were not familiar with the script. Stories were average, but so unrelated - the extras at the end just made my head ache.
Flesh and leftovers does not disappoint when it comes to Zombie gore.
Gordon Lightcap is great because he takes his job very seriously.
The voice effects were a bit over-the-top at times and distracted rather than added to the narration.
It takes a few stories to get into the groove of the book, but it's well worth the wait.
It was a fun surprise that the author also included one of his song and played the guitar.
There are some cheesy moments in the voice acting but this was the first book with zombies that made me appreciate the genre. Everything Pipito did appealed to the many different takes and the ending came together well. I will definitely be looking forward to blood the second helping, which I can only assume is about vampires.
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