BT, Gary, and Mrs. Deneaux race to the Talbot compound in a desperate bid to turn the tides of a lost war. Is Michael dead? This is the question plaguing the Talbots as they prepare for the final showdown with a merciless enemy hell-bent on their absolute destruction.
©2012 Mark Tufo (P)2013 Tantor
Love the horror genre but read all kinds of stuff! I'm 40 something, a wife, mom and Project Manager for a large Construction Company.
I'm a huge Michael Talbot fan (he's the main character) and have listened to all 6. Actually liked the ending of this one, it all seemed to make sense. Got my husband listening to them to and he liked it as well. Not sure if I will get the other Michael Talbot books (about his college days and when he was younger), may take a peek if there is nothing else I am interested in at the time.
Not much to tell! I used to read alot, but now that I need reading glasses, I enjoy listening to books instead of having to wear glasses!
OMG, Sean Runnette makes me laugh so hard I have to pee! Mark, don't ever let anyone narrate your books but Sean! His droll humerous take on the completely neurotic Mike Talbot is simply the best there is and wholly apprropriate for this series! I love it!!! Absolutely love it! Now what am I going to do? I've read them all and I want more!
I would recommend the series, if not this specific book
I like this series, and its a fun easy to listen to story, but this was surely and by far not the best in the bunch. I will still finish the series though! It wasn't bad or anything, just more like the step between the previous and the next books, instead of a great story on its own.
The fight scenes and gory descriptions will keep me coming back for more.
A decent ending to the series. The story line tied up loose ends but left a thread for a next round of books. I thought book 5 &6 were the best in the series because the gross descriptions and creep-moments were off the chart!
Nope. I don't listen to any books twice. Too many books, not enough time.
John the Tripper
He does Mike and BT so well, not to mention Denaux.
I loved the sarcasm throughout the series, the thread of humor in the midst of the horror. But I enjoyed John the Tripper beyond all else this time around. An absolutely BRILLIANT character. I laughed out loud and hugged myself in self envy at several points during that section of the book. Bring him back. Please.
Funny. Excellent. Gripping.
The final stand off with Eliza
How he is able to handle the humor portion with the serious portion.
I didn't...but easily could have.
I really love this series. I did take some getting use to at first (Ryan Seacrest...seriously?) but now I could not imagine the books any other way. I know the movie/TV rights were recently purchased and I hope they turn it into a TV series there is room for another Zombie series.
Yes I will. At first, I did not get why the twist on the zombie genre. Now I get it.
Sean Runnette is one of the best narrators I've heard.
John the Tripper
John the tripper
all of it
all of them, you feel like you know all of the characters on a personal level
I have Read the whole ZF series loved all of them!!!
Really Good Story!!
The five books leading up to this one!
Yes, many of them and he reads them the best.
Yes, most definitely. I had to pace myself to make it last as long as possible and then when I finished I started over and listened to it again and enjoyed it just as much.
9 out of 10
Mike, the main character
The Talbot family reunion
It made me very tense at times and revolted at the way Mike's friend Paul dies.( yucky)
Be sure to listen to the epilogue very important information at the end of it
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