On a day like any other, Jim Blackmore finds himself at ground zero of the zombie apocalypse. He's forced to run a blood-soaked gauntlet through a city overrun by an insurmountable horde of the dead in a desperate attempt to reach his wife and two small children. As he fights to get home, he discovers that the living are just as dangerous as the dead. But does Jim have the strength of will to survive the perilous journey?
©2015 Joseph Glen Zuko (P)2015 Joseph Glen Zuko
The humor in the story is great! The narrator does a great job with the voices!
When Karen is on the phone with Jim and starts finding out what's going on outside the apartment.
The way he acts Jim out is perfect! I love it. He gets so animated and into the character.
I wouldn't rename it.
This book is great! I can't wait to start the next one!
Sci-fi and survival horror are my favorites as long as they are not overly emotion drenched (no love stories!).
The book was good with lots of action and believable characters. I will definitely be waiting for the next book. Worth the credit.
EOD wife and loving mother!!!
There really isn't much too say. I am really into zombie at the moment, but going into this book I wasn't being too picky. I liked the idea of a father/husband trying to make his way to his family. This story was just really hard to get into. Most of it was over the top, even for a zombie book. There is quite a bit of inconsistencies in the story. It's as if the author couldn't make up his mind if he wanted there to be mass hysteria or for everyone to be oblivious to the seriousness of the situation going on. In addition to that, problems that the characters faced throughout the story didn't feel very thought out. Too many people were coming and going, and I didn't develop a fondness for anyone. I usually don't like books from this genre because I get frustrated that the characters make dumb decisions or the story lacks logic. In this case it just wasn't a good book. I hate to say it but I think I've
ran out of decent zombie books.
Non Stop Action
Jim was my favorite character. Loved how he stayed calm and collected when the world was going to hell all around him.
My favorite part was probably when they ran into the crazy church group. Holy Cow.
If I could have, I would have.
Excellent all around.
Someone that is just learning to read. I don't think that this author has ever written a book before, at least it sure "read" like he hasn't. Phrasing is poor, descriptions are lack luster and it comes across more juvenile than a 12 year old boy looking at porn for the first time. Plus the narrator leaves much to be desired. No inflection, same voice for all the characters, and really bad reading skills.
Nothing by this author or this narrator.
Scott Brick, but then again he has standards..............like reading books by someone that actually knows how to write them.
The whole book
Don't bother. Not worth the credit or your time.
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