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
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Ok, to begin with, I am not familiar with much of the zombie world. Don't go there very often, but this trip down through the depths of the zombie lifestyle was disgustingly entertaining. Never before have I seen life (nonlife/undeath) through the eyes of a disturbed human turned zombie. Sick, twisted, disgusting, disturbing, funny, revolting, entertaining, and riveting are all fitting description of this Audible offering.
Sean Runnette brought Timothy to life/undeath in such a way that it was believable that it was Timothy himself bringing the story to us.
I was surprised by the amount that I enjoyed the story considering there wasn't much to like about the characters in it personally, but the ride was a wild one that I would recommend for those that can stomach the graphic descriptions of zombie processes
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
Maybe...the narrator was not bad, the story was just not for me though.
I needed alot more info prior to Timothy's turn to zombie.
I thought he did a very good job narrating, it was quite "lifelike" for a zombie.
How about a before book....most zombies die in the end anyway.
Avid Zombie Fiction listener!!! Bring on the living dead.
I loved this audio book... It was sick, demented, gruesome, shocking, unnerving and I found myself unable to stop listening..... It was AWESOME!!!!!
Just love Zombie books. Favorites so far by Mark Tufo.
Yes, this is one crazy ride. Hearing the prospective of the zombie side was something I looked forward to. Timothy was a person you wouldn't have wanted to meet in a dark allie before he was a zombie.
The wild rollercoaster ride Timothy gave me. This guy LOVED being a zombie.
His performance makes it sound very believable.
It's great being a zombie!!
I'm with the other one star reviewer from Texas on this one...I'm not sensitive when it comes to movie or book gore and I'm fine with hardcore violence, but there was nothing good or redeeming about Timothy. It was a very interesting, imaginative story, and certainly I think Tufo did a really excellent (and probably accurate to be honest) job of telling a story from the perspective of the zombie. It was really just too incessantly and unrelentingly nasty for me to enjoy (as pointed out by the other reviewer, non-zombie murder, animal abuse, lots of rape, etc.). I also am of the ilk that the fun/appeal of zombie/apocalypse stories is the survival and/or human aspect---if that's you as well, you probably wont enjoy this book.
Yes-just not the sequel to this book.
He did an excellent job.
That the author has a super disgusting mind (I don't mean that as an insult) and it's a good thing he's got writing as an outlet.
As a big Mark Tufo fan, this book was a big let down. The end is the only thing that saved it from less of a rating
Yes, since I loved Zombie Fallout Series, I have to let this one slide.
The man is a great performer, I can't even pinpoint what it is but everything is there. I normally hate humor, but his delivery is great there too.
It just annoyed me.
Mark Tufos Timothy is a fantastically sick story, I couldn't put it down
I love to close my eyes and let Sean Runnette bring the story to life (or death). Seans voice is the perfect paint brush to Mark Tufos canvas. Together they are FANTASTIC.
I don't know if I'm referring to Tufo's mind or my own because i liked the book. It's gross, crass, gag inducing, but so so entertaining.
Wow! Not at all what I was expecting. I have read (listened) to a bunch of zombie books but I never imagined it from this perspective. If you like first person shooter games or POV stuff this one is pretty cool. Tufo gets very dark in here! As usual Runnette keeps you in the thick of things.
Doesn't really compare to traditional zombie stories.
Sean always keeps you wanting to hear what happens next.
Yes i would it was a good book. If you like creepy horror books this is one to listen to. I had to keep listen did not stop in till the book was done keep me interested the hole time
Its a mark tufo book cant go wrong with his books
Sean Runnette is a awesome Narrator i bought a few books from other authors just because sean was the narrate just to see if those books were good as well
You wont be disappointed in this or any of mark tufos books
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