In a decaying world that's lost its battle against the undead, a group of desperate survivors search for shelter deep in the Texas woods. But they discover something far worse than the dead that command the world. Prepare to meet the Him Deep Down!
Authors Chad Lutzke (Night as a Catalyst) and Terry M. West (What Price Gory?) team together to offer a zombie novelette with a different kind of bite.
©2015 Chad Lutzke & Terry M. West (P)2015 Chad Lutzke & Terry M. West
It was written by Terry M. West and as always Terry writes a fine tale of horror.
Entertaining from beginning to end.
No, I did at times find her voice to be kind of nerve wracking. I believe a male narrator would have been better. But that's my opinion and you know what they say about opinions.
Yes, I listened to the whole thing from beginning to end.
The voice actor was very talented despite the times I found her to be a bit nervy.
It was a well-done story that, while not exceedingly long, manages to pack in a fair bit of storytelling. The narrator's performance took me a few minutes to get into, but once I did I completely enjoyed her work.
Hard to say. I don't read a lot of books like this.
I had not heard this narrator before. Her performance was enjoyable and immersive. She did extremely well with the material.
Yes and probably could.
The author is a friend of mine and honestly that's why I read the book. Having said that, he does a wonderful job telling "another zombie story" that really isn't. The closest comparison I can make is the Walking Dead comic. The zombies are a prop for telling a story about people. Well worth your time and money.
Short and brutal, befitting a realistic zombie tale.
Downside: It's short. Upside: It's delightfully dark. I wish it could've gone longer, but I also can't see that adding much to the story. It's how a story should be told: long enough to tell the story you need, but not so long as to dilute its intensity. Well done, Lutzke and West.
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