Timothy was not a good man in life and being undead did little to improve his disposition. What will a man trapped in his own mind do to survive when he wakes up to find himself a zombie controlled by a self-aware virus?
©2012 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
Brutal, Disturbing, Awesome
This Book is unlike any other it truly is one disturbing tale and actually hard to listen to at times, But I love it, Just like all of Mark Tufos books, you will be hooked from the first page.
I love this addition to the Tufo universe. It was the perfect way to separate from Michael Talbot for a little bit, but still enjoy the bigger picture of the story that he has created. That being said, Tim is a much more sick, dark, twisted creature than Michael Talbot could ever be. The gross out factor is perfect for those that can handle it, but I don't recommend this for those who are squimish.
one of the most gruesome books I have ever had the privilege to read.
coming from the psychotic mind of Mark Tufo Timothy holds back nothing. if it was a movie it world be rated NC-17. be for warned do not eat anything when reading this, do not read before sleeping, and for the love of God do not read this to children.
Yes I would listen to Timothy again. Though the story is relatively short, it packs a lot of insanity and gore into it. Sean Runnette's performance holds your interest and the story flows.
I enjoyed the fast paced action throughout the book and Tufo's style of writing. He writes genuinely scary/gory scenes but adds in just enough humor to give it a great balance and chemistry that makes it hard to put down.
I cannot think of a Mark Tufo book without hearing Mr. Runnette. His performance keeps you enthralled and you get a clear picture of what's happening.
By far the most interesting character is Timothy himself. Just witnessing the horrors and depravity this monster can do will make you recall his name every time you see a clown. This is not for the squeamish!
As short as this book is, Tim 2 picks up right after and carries the story right along. I am definitely looking forward to Tim 3. If you enjoy this book and Mr. Tufo's writing style, definitely look into his "Zombie Fallout", "Indian Hill" and "Lycan Fallout" series of books.(Just to name a few). These series are not as ultra gory as "Timothy", but again are written with a great balance of action, drama, creepiness and laughs.
Tufo is twisted! Very descriptive and gross. Hate to say it, but it was a well written zombie book. Not for the faint of heart. I almost couldn't continue. Good thing it was short. I'm sure I'll read the next one.
loved it great story was worried because it's only a few hours long usallly only buy books that are 9+ hours but am a fan of mark tufo so figured what the hay and am not disappointed great story people say it's to gory but I disagree. will I listen again yes would I pay to listen again yes what more can I say
Absolutely LOVED this book!! Mark Tufo is such an amazing writer and the story itself is so unique and new!! A self aware zombie..terrifying in the best possible way!!!
This book starts wild & never lets up! The imagery the author provides, was so detailed & grotesque that there were moments I cringed!! Very well paced story & an interesting take on the zombie genre.
Sad I've listened to all of Mark Tufo's books I love all his books. I don't find the Atlantis series quite as good but love the hippie!
"A great, and nauseating, twist on the zombie story"
Another great yarn from Mark Tufo. This time the zombie story is told from the zombie's perspective. The book is grim, there's no sugar coating it! The wants, needs and actions of a zombie are pretty nasty and Tufo leaves nothing to the imagination! There is a great link in with the Mike Talbot stories too which was a really nice touch.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am very much looking forward to the next, full-length Timothy story.
"Well that's a different perspective!!!!"
From the start i wasn't sure but as time went on i grew sickly enamoured with the character.
Being trapped inside the mentality of a two-year-old
Mainly the descriptive detail was sickly enthralling But I always enjoy the parts when Mike and the gang interlaced with the story.
What an awesome match of Author and Narrator.
A true crazy genius!!
I really enjoyed this book, if your a fan of Mike Talbot and his families battle against the zombies, then you must read this spin off story.
I was going through a zombie-phase in print and thought I'd try this. I found the main character deeply unpleasant and unlike-able. It didn't make me want to discover more from either contributor.
In a word no. It needed more wit and invention rather than graphic descriptions of bowel movements to keep me engaged.
Without the material the narrator is hung out to dry.
The Walking Dead is already out there doing decent business. I could see this as straight-to-video fare.
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