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
Say something about yourself!
This was a great short story from Mark Tufo, lots of detail as usual and in a way you start to root for Timothy at the end.
I would listen to Timothy again because it presented a different perspective of the zombie genre.
Dead of Night by Jonathan Mayberry. This book also present a story of a multiple self-aware zombies with the main zombie being just as sick, if not more sick than Timothy. As a matter of fact, I think it's a little better than this book (not saying that this wasn't a good book).
I've listened to all of the Zombie Fallout Series. Using Sean Sean Runnette helps keep the story on the same playing field.
Even though it was predictable, I love the way they linked the ending of the book to the characters in Zombie Fallout. As a matter of fact, if it hadn't ended the way it did, I would have questioned the purpose of the choice of narrator and the missed story linking opportunity, especially since there is a clown 'scene' in the Zombie Fallout series.
This is a must read for the fallout experience
Haft way into the read you think your fifth in the thick of things
Oh it was unlike like no other. My stomach turn and and I gasped in the H of the moment
This book face me a look into the life of a zombie. That only mark tuffo can give
LOVE love love these two together. They could write & read a phone book and it would be a hit. THANK YOU AUDIBLE for your new Daily Deal!!!
This one is a little more gory that the usual Tufo fare but the humor, great characters and phenomenal story are all there.
Even though the sale is over don't hesitate to get it. You'll love it.
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