Jack, Mike and Trip were ripped from their loved ones and thrown into a dangerous world they know nothing about, relentlessly pursued by Night Runners, Zombies and terrifying new creatures known only as Whistlers.
Like their own worlds, civilization has collapsed and danger lurks around every corner. The trio can do nothing but march forward and attempt to find some answers - some way to escape from the nightmare. Seeking only to return to their families, they must navigate through the unknown.
Everything seems to be converging Atlantis. Will Jack, Mike and Trip find what they are looking for in the city? Or will they meet an end that none of them were prepared for?
©2015 Mark Tufo / John O'Brien (P)2015 Mark Tufo / John O'Brien
I love the narration for this book, just like the others . Mark Tufo books always make you wonder what happens next. There is more to Tripp in this book, the story line does him more justice, than the others. After finishing I was left with so many unanswered questions. I will be first in line for the third book when it comes out. I finished this one in two days. The purchase is worth it, and I really, really, want to know what happens next!!!
Having read the each authors work separately, for me, makes this series more enjoyable but having said that I can see how they are feeding the details from each of the characters past in bit by bit. It makes the story even more interesting and exciting and draws you into the story.
Give me more of the story, less detail of how he walked across the room...
This was a perfect continuation form the first book. The characters from two different writers joining together absolutely fantastic.
I have, and he is as consistent he brings depth and emotion to all the characters.
when one of the characters are fending for themselves in this strange upside down world.
cannot wait for the next installment.
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I would but not before they read zombie fallout, book of riley or indian hill. They were awesome up until the last on on all the books. which seemed rushed and a lot of filler.
there were only three. I liked them all. The book was the same was the other but I just think its taking too long to get to the jelly. lol Kind of like lycan fallout.
I love his voice. it keeps my attention no matter what im doing working or driving. He is awesome in zombie fallout. everybody has there own voice a lot of books don't you really have to pay attention or you will get lost but not with him.
No not a thing!
Spoiler::::: Im upset they they are not together anymore! Jacks not that interesting alone. Mike has trip and he's a hoot.
It was time well spent because I love Mike and Tripp and Sean Runnette is always a great narrator. However, the book was just a bit boring. Jack is not a character that engages the audience or makes you care about what happens to him. I think Mark Tufo could have done this alone or even with BT being transported with Mike and Tripp. That would have made for a more fun and interesting interaction.
I would say no; the book is a bit boring and does not have the great banter I've come to expect from his other books and among the various characters.
Everything! Next to Ray Porter he is my favorite able to fully convey each character.
Worth it only to keep up with the series; but really a boring effort.
The fact that Mark Tufo and John O'Brien wrote it.
When Jack, Tripp, and Mike were separated and Mike and Tripp left Jack a note to meet at Indian Hill.
Sean Runnette is the best ever narrator. Any book, any character, he makes them real to the reader. Tufo and O'Brien are great writers. But when purchasing audio books, the narrator can either make or break the book. And Sean Runnette makes every book great!!!
I can't say too many words to describe the adventure these two authors have put together it is most definitely worth a read make sure you start with the first book but definitely read this one!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!!!
"first time i have been disappointed"
Let me start by saying I have listened multiple times to all 9 books of the zombie fallout series and loved them all. I listen in the car on my commutes. However with this book, I kept tuning out mentally. I found that that there was lots of instances where huge amounts of detail / narrative were being given to set the scene. When I zoned out, I would then realise after 10 or so minutes that I had not been paying attention and then not care to revisit the bits I had missed. A real shame. Not as funny, not as engaging, nor entertaining as the fallout series. Doubt I will listen to this book again. Sean Runnette does a good job but the book itself lets down what he has to say.
Good book, well at least the first 9 chapters. Unfortunately I can't down load the rest or delete book and start again, a great shame. And very frustrating will be asking for my money back,
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