As the dead prey on the living…
The end of the world has come not with a bang or a whimper, but with the guttural snarl of walking corpses hungry for human flesh. The "lucky" survivors flee an unstoppable virus spreading death and societal collapse across the globe.
The living prey on one another….
As the rules of civilization crumble, a lawyer, a pilot, and a nurse become comrades-in-arms in the fight against extinction. But not every enemy wears a rotting face, and anyone who doesn’t have your back just might have your head. Humankind’s twilight is at hand, and these are indeed...dark days.
©2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc. (P)2010 Manel Loureiro
The first book was fantastic, this was an okay book but not the same drive and ambiance compared to the first
After waiting and waiting for this book, I am disappointed in both the quality of the writing and of the story. The second half of the book seemed as if it were from another, much less qualified, writer, who seemed to think that variations of the "f" word made compelling reading.
Two books a month for longer than I can recall. A mix of 2 to one fiction to non fiction listens. Fiction includes King, Koontz, Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston, Michael Connerly, Evanovich, Joesph Finder, Brad Meltzer, Tess Gerritsen and Patterson. Non Fiction includes musician and political biographies , business history and economics.
Solid story line. Believable and likable charters. I hope there are many more in this series.
The writing felt rushed and sloppy, and there were some inconsistencies. Guessing the writer was rushed to crank out a sequel. Hopefully the third book is better.
This book was very fun to listen to, exciting, tense, scary, funny, and sad. Not as great as book one, but still really good.
I still like the author's interactions between characters, and the cat!
Nick has a very easy to listen too voice. He does all the characters very well. His performance is more like watching a movie, he brings the story to life.
However if you start with the first book you will understand everything that's going on and this book was very well written. The narrator did a wonderful job also
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