As the world spirals even further down into the abyss of apocalypse, one man struggles to keep those around him safe. Michael stands side by side with his wife, their children, his friends, and the wonder Bulldog, along with the Wal-Mart greeter Tommy, who is infinitely more than he appears. Whether Tommy is leading Mike and his family and friends to salvation or death remains to be seen.
©2011 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
"Mark Tufo is a natural talent. He writes a relentless experience of a story." (John Ramsey Miller, author of The Last Family)
This book superceded my expectations!
The narrator has a magnetic power that just draws you further and further into the story. Well written with an excellent plot! You feel as if you are there with the characters experiencing the Zombie Apocalypse.
Even if you are not into the whole zombie thing. This is a great story!
This guy sucks me into the story every time.
Tufo has created one of the most unique and interesting characters in Michael Talbot. A guy who can find humor in even the most stressful situations, and uses his cynical sense of humor to help relieve his stress. This is a great series, intelligently written, and getting better with each book. Don't pass it up!
Another great story by Mark Tufo. I am really getting into this Mike Talbot character this guy really cracks me up.
The narrator does a real good job with moving along the story.
This is a fabulous series. Better and better with each book. Excellent pairing of narrator and book!!! Love his humor!
The narrator for these books is what always keeps me coming back! Not that I don't like the books. I love them! They are a wonderful "first-hand" account of the apocalypse complete with smart-ass wise-cracks from the Talbot leader.
Accountant addicted to Audiobooks. I was never a reader until I started my Audible Subscription.
I really do like the sarcasm of Mike Talbot and BT in the book
When the kids create a diversion so Mike can kill the bad guys.
Guess I will be listening to book 4 in the future.
Its very good -overall. I wish where it stopped in book 3 was a little more at a better stopping point.
Yes, it added a lot of backstory to existing characters and there was a lot of intense drama.
When Mike's family learned about Tommy.
His voice and attitude are absolutely perfect for Mike Talbot.
At some points I catch myself stopping whatever I'm doing to cover my face like I'm watching a scary movie!
I've become so invested in this series I went ahead and bought the rest of the audiobooks before I finished this one. No regrets!
I would have kept all the characters the way the were written in the first two books. Changing the history of characters in the new books is hard to keep up with. Like Tommy, how could his aunty have changed his dippers as she said in the second book if he was hundreds of years old and brother to the vampire?
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