From Mike Talbot's journal:
"The End . . . has come and gone. This is the new beginning, the new world order and it sucks. The end for humanity came the moment the U.S. government sent out the infected flu shots. My name is Michael Talbot and this is my journal. I'm writing this because no one's tomorrow is guaranteed, and I have to leave something behind to those who may follow."
So continues Mike's journey. Will he give up all that he is in a desperate bid to save his family and friends? Eliza is coming: can anyone be prepared?
©2011 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
"Mark Tufo is one of those writers whose stories are elevated beyond the usual." (John Ramsey Miller, author of The Last Family)
I wish the book was longer.
this is the best book out today.
it cover so many things.
its not just a horror story.
it's a drama, comedy ,love , horror story.
People can learn how to be human.
we need to read all the book in this series.
thank you Mark .
and thank your wife for me..
As with all of Mark Tufo's books narrated by Sean Runnette it was awesome. On to number 5. Reading them and then listening to them is a gre as t experience.
This series just keeps getting better. Mark Tufo has really created a unique and likable "character" in Michael Talbot. The story keeps you engaged and I can't stop listening. Book 5 here I come!
I always think the last one couldn't get any better and then the next one blows me away.
This particular story starts a new chapter in the story... Though it doesn't really make sense....
The last book.
The narrator is improving.. but I still feel like he doesn't emote correctly in tense situations.
Well yes, in that it is intentionally written with a cliffhanger.... But I think the books are just stalling the conclusion. The author wants to keep this going to make more money. Unlike Dresdyn or other stories with an overlaying plot and a story plot, this author doesn't do that. He now has one main plot and is trying to come up with reasons to extend the story. . . So every blade of grass becomes important. Creating new problems.
If you're this far in the series... Book 5 gets good. Book 4 is kinda an F' you to the reader... It sets up to be something big but just wastes time.
It is not interesting. The jokes are lame and the violence is gratuitous.
Stopped after the second book in the series. This book is a mashup of Happy Days, Night of the a Living Dead and Dancing with the a Wolves. Oh, don't forget to mix in a bit of Hogan's Heroes and Apocalypse Now.
Narrator is outstanding.
Characters are interesting. The plot is too thin.
The author should combine the first 4 books in to 2. The story line also needs serious attention. This book rambles on and on.
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