Samuel Todd is a regular guy: ...Failed husband... ...Loving father... ...Dutiful worker... ...Aspiring rockstar. He had no idea if anyone would care, or take the time, to read his daily blog entries about his late night observations. But what started as an open monologue of his day-to-day life became a running journal of the firsthand account detailing the rising of the dead and the downfall and degradation of mankind...
The Zomblog series continues in Zomblog II; Zomblog: The Final Entry and Zomblog: Snoe..
©2009 Todd Brown (P)2013 May December Publications, LLC
I'm a Registered Nurse. I've been an avid reader all my life. I love Audible books. I'm able to enjoy books and still keep busy!
I enjoyed the journal type nature of the story
I liked that the character kept a journal and told the story, sometimes in a breathless manner as events occurred
needed an editor. I'm not thrilled with either's ability.
I am glad they got an editor by the second episode.
All of the action that was basically non-stop.
When Sam dies.
The actual excitement that you have to imagine when you're reading the book.
No one is ever safe.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. I had already read the book, but listening to it was more exciting.
About the same. The upside to the audio is hands & eyes free!
Sam is my favorite. Sam's an awesome man & tries his hardest to help others.
The scene where Sam & them save Meredith. It is both the best and the worst scene in the book. I say worst because you have an instant "Oh god no!" moment.
The scene right before Meredith takes over writing. I had tears streaming down my face.
This is one of my favorite books.
I did NOT like this one! Boring boring boring. The characters were a cliche, the story was predictable and the "blog" just didn't work.
This book would have been greatly improved if it had been written by a vastly more talented author, and narrated by a far superior voice actor.
No. Nope. N.O. Never. Not ever. I may actually bill Mr. Brown for the precious hour of my life that I spent attempting to listen to this dreck.
Nooooo. The male narrator is bad; so, so bad.
All of them?
Please save your credit for a better book than this one. It's truly, deeply mediocre. The writing is sub-par, and so is the narration. I couldn't possible recommend it less. I'm returning the book the moment I finish writing this review. It's BAD; trust me.
"ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC..you must try it.!"
I liked the blog form, and I adored the characters. The story itself is really brilliant. I love the way the world has went, and I love the zombies. They are totally believable.I love how it starts as an online blog..to a journal on the run.And mostly I love when the journal is passed to Meredith...!!
My favourite character is Meredith, because she's a really good survivor..!Sam is a really good guy, he's like a hero because he helps whoever he can..but being a good guy doesn't always get you far..!all the characters are brilliant, even the not_so_nice_ones
No, I haven't..yet. (I've listen to snoe audio..narrated by Laura stahl)But I have read the books, which is why I will be even more excited when I get the next audio..!
Yes, but it would be a spoiler if I said exactly what. I will jus say I was crying...for real crying..
This is one of the best zombie reads/ listens Ever. It's well written, extremely well thought, and I doubt any other author could really touch the heart of readers, as t w Brown does.I have to say that this audio was FAR FROM BORING..and the blog form works a treat. This story is far from a "cliche" (as someone has said)If having read anything like it before..it's amazing
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