The dead rise…
A mysterious incident in Russia, a blip buried in the news - it’s the only warning humanity receives that civilization will soon be destroyed by a single, voracious virus that creates monsters of men.
A lawyer, still grieving over the death of his young wife, begins to write as a form of therapy. But he never expected that his anonymous blog and journal would ultimately record humanity’s last days.
The end of the world has begun…
Governments scramble to stop the zombie virus, people panic, so-called Safe Havens are established, the world erupts into chaos; soon it’s every man, woman, and child for themselves. Armed only with makeshift weapons and the will to live, this survivor will give mankind one last chance against…Apocalypse Z.
©2012 Manel Loureiro (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Overall this kept me glued.
But there were many times I shouted aloud in frustration…why? It seemed that every time they got in a vehicle it shot off at great speed, and guess what happened every time…they crashed/ran into or nearly ran into something/someone. They left doors open, they didn't look behind them, they just didn't seem to learn from one minute to the next.
I thought the book was really good, almost in par with day by day armageddon.
Yep, Dont want to spoil the book for everyone, but there is a rather disturbing, and sad part when he goes into a house with a banging sound...
Yes. I love zombie stories, especially Romero style.
When they were hiding in the closet waiting for the zombies to leave.
Definitely recommended for old school fans of slow, stupid, scary, gory zombies.
Surprising , intense, riveting
I don't have one to compare it to.
When he finds his missing cat that he has been looking for.
Survival of the fittest
I didn't think I would like this book, but it didn't take long to get into. Thoroughly enjoyed!!
This is my 13th zombie book and It was definitely a tier 3 book. Don't get me wrong, there were some very good parts but there was a lot of boring stuff too. The beginning was too long for what it brought to the table. It was good enough if its one of your last options.
Mark Tufos' Till Death Do Us Part Zombie Fallout 6
Yes looks like it would
I'm an science geek, artist, and all-around IT administrator. I find all things interesting and love to learn.
The story is very detailed and is fun to follow (for a zombie story). The guy is a bit of a whiner. He needs to suck it up, get it through his skull, and do what is necessary. Eventually you end up rooting for the cat.
Pritt is likeable. He is very matter of fact and doesn't whine.
No, but i liked the captain of the "Zarankibbich".
I have to start by saying that I'm not a fan of the first person "Journal" type of book. I just think that it takes a special story and a special author to pull it off and this story isn't special.
I don't want to put anything on the author because this book is a translation, it was originally written in spanish so the mistakes I spotted could be a result of the translation. In the end, it's just an average zombie book with nothing that really sets itself apart for all the rest.
A few people have complained about Nick Podehi's narration. I can see what they may not have liked, but I kind of liked it...he tries to put life into the story. It doesn't always work and Nick does "over act" it a few times...but over all I enjoyed his performance.
The narration of this book is excellent, and the main character is well developed and easy to care about. The writer deals with action scenes well. There's nothing earth-shatteringly new about this story, but if you want a reliable zombie thriller this will do the trick.
The story was okay, a bit contrived from the start, but not bad. Every now and then, though, the author would say something that made no sense, or even contradicted something else he said. An armored car that couldn't run down zombies because the main character has "seen what bodies do to cars?" Meh.
Not the rest of this series.
I haven't listened to the narrator's other performances, but he did a fine job. A little trouble with some of the Spanish place names, but no real problem.
What was in the darn case that burned up?! He spends half the book going after this case and...nothing??
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