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)
I am loving the twists and turns that this series takes, above and beyond the typical zombie stories. The off-beat, sometimes lame humor has become a welcome part of the story as we hear the ramblings of Michael Talbot's mind.
Michael's wife Tracy and his big friend B.T. have been added to my list of favorite characters in this series.
Yes! Each book in this series just gets better. It holds my interest. The characters are interesting and you really start to love them.
Still Mike and BT
I love this narraters voice and he does various voices really well.
Never have time to listen all at once, but listen in car to and from work until finished.
Yes, great narration and storyline.
His voices and inflection are fantastic.
Yes, but given its length, not really possible.
I loved that even through all the pain and heartache of this book it never loses its sense of humor. It made me laugh and cry at the same time. That is not something you can say very often about a book (even more so a zoombie book).
That is a tie between Tommy and Mr. T. Because how can you not love Tommy. As for Mike who doesn't love a sarcastic twit
He always does a good job
Yes just like the last ones I couldn't stop listening. (which does not work out well when you have to be up at 5:30 for work)
This series is quickly becoming my all time favorite. I keep telling everyone I know about it.
I've replaced my HD TV with the Audible app.
Talbot and BT
BT really starts to come into his own in this installment
The introduction of Pork Chop was full of chuckles and original Talbotisims.
Yes it is and pretty easy to do.
The introduction to the different plains of existance come through and prepare the reader for things yet to come.
Great book Mark Tufo has a unique writing stile mixed with sarcasm and humor. The charactors came alive with the narration and you could see these charactors as real people possibly friends that we all have and as able to paint a dark and scary picture of the world to come in this book. Really enjoyed it
Mike Talbot and his beleaguered family and friends continue their fight to survive evil incarnate... Eliza the ancient vampire, her global undead army and her brother Tomas... Tomas's true intentions were unknown since Eliza captured and turned him fully into a vampire.
Sean Runnette gives a great performance as usual, adding to the character depth, bringing the story to life in your mind.
great books but I am getting tired of listening for such a long time about mundane things in the plot. Author gos on for an entire chapter to describe how his dog likes to lock Mike's keys in the car. These first 3 books could be covered by a 30 minute TV show in terms of plot duration. But the books are interesting and the main character Mike Talbot is well developed and pretty funny.
wish each book covered more plot 'distance'. for 10 hrs of audio, there should be more plot sequences that happen.
Best book ever
Attitude and the emotion that you can only sense when you hear someone speaking.
Yes i did. It made me laugh, cry and get angry in certain spots
This is a great book and series when you listen to this book you laugh , cry and get angry for the characters. You just can't stop listening this series is so go Im going to listen to them again and find the books to buy
I started watching the Walking Dead on TV, and found it extremely compelling. So much so I started looking to see what Zombie books I might find interesting.
The Zombie Fallout books are really, really good. There are a couple of continuity issues early on that are easily forgivable considering the quality of the characters, the action, suspense, and everything else a good Zombie book should be.
The narration is also top-notch. The characters all have distinctive voices, in addition to personalities, and it’s very easy to follow.
The only problem is (as of this writing), it’s not finished!
Finish it, Mark. I need to know what happens next!
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