And so the end begins....
Mike joins forces with an unlikely alliance in a desperate attempt to head off humanity's mass extinction.
©2012 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
Post apocalyptic listener with some thrillers mixed in. Follow me on twitter at @drewsant
Book 2 went off on a bit of a tangent with little plot advancement and not nearly enough Mike Talbot, but book 3 is a return to where this story should be. Tons of action and adventure with Mike taking on unfathomable odds and adding in his normal dose of sarcasm and humor makes ‘Indian Hill 3: Conquest’ a fine addition to the Talbot universe. I found this book to be fun, entertaining and interesting. If you’re a fan of Mark Tufo then you’ll like this one as well.
As always Mr. Runnette does an amazing job with the narration!!!
Of course. I much prefer audio format because of portability and valued added by the experience
The book doesn't stand out among any of the other books I've listened too. I just enjoy Mark Tufo's writing so far.
Can't make a comparison at this time.
Very descriptive fight scenes. Very cleverly done.
I listen to a variety of audio books constantly in car and gym. My reviews remind me what I’ve read & are hopefully helpful to you as well.
Another great series from Tufo/Runnette! I'm getting caught up on reviews. This is for the first 5 in the series. I loved them all with the exception of #3, which under-delivered for me, but was still great. I like Zombie Fallout series best still, but I highly recommend this one as well. If you are familiar with Tufo's other works, then many of the names and personalities will be familiar. He sticks with winning combinations and just changes the situations these characters find themselves in. Get the series!
I honestly couldn't turn it off! I'm debating to even wait for my next credit to be available to grab book 4. Great series!
the main character is becoming increasingly unlikeable with his creep factor rising. egomaniac, driven by worries of feeling guilty- not b/c he is doing the right thing
This was a fantastic novel and although I'm aware of the existence of the other books in the continuing series this seemed to be the "Return Of the Jedi" of the first three. You know, the enemy is defeated on their own ship by the enemy's own allies after being turned by a single freedom fighter! Strong parallels in all the best ways! Long live Michael Talbot!!!
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