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.
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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
Yes, very enjoyable listening. 20 hr drives. Makes the time go by. The story has been good over the 6 books. Let's see where the story leads us.
Turn ons??? 1) Obedience 2) Respect 3) Learning to please Master. Master does not do turn offs. He guides and trains His little stooges past what does not please Master.
The Zombie Fallout series is one of my favorite zombie series of all time. I'm going to be bummed when it all ends.
I can't really think of any off hand. It's in a league all it's own.
He's one of the best narrators I've heard. I'll listen to other books just because he's reading them.
I laughed so hard in parts of this book that my wife worried about me.
get it, get it, get it.....'nuf said.
Love Science Fiction audio books. Crossfit and fishing enthusiast. Technology junkie.
Unique zombie story with great character development. This book like all the others takes the listener to many different locations which I like in books. In previous books of this series, I thought Tufo ventured off on tangents to provide background information, but in this book he tied everything back together nicely. This series is money.
i love Mark Tufo. His books and characters are very interesting and I often find myself laughing out loud. This was a great series. I have now moved onto Indian Hill.
Right up there at the top.
Mike is my favorite. Just a great character he's such a smart ass.
Need to know what happens to BT.
This was the best in the series yet!
The new characters introduced in this part of the Zombie Fallout Series are some of the most colorful yet. John the Tripper had me laughing out loud in the car. Cleraly Mike has spent a good bit of time at Grateful Dead concerts as the character is so true to life. We are all curious to see how John and his wife Stephanie are reunited with the Talbot Family.
In this book we say good bye to some of the beloved characters that have been high points of the story , but as the cast continues to unfold and as new and interesting characters are introduced they keep the story fresh and keep the listeners guessing.
The story is crafted in such a way that it gives Mark Tufo the lattitude to keep this highly enjoyable series for many years to come. Great job Mark and Sean!!! Keep them coming, they make my commute something to look forward to!
It's pretty good and gave me closure on most things. I enjoyed getting to know the characters
He channeled all the characters well but he did BT very well.
You should listen to anything from Mark Tufo as it's all amazing and Sean Runnette is a terrific reader.
"Superb finale to a brilliant series"
Mark Tufo has written a character that you can relate to on so many levels. The humour is just brilliant and set against an undertone of horror that puts it in stark relief. You will go from being nervous for the characters on minute to actually laughing out loud on the next page.
If you opt for the audiobook (I listen each day on my journey to work) I have to say that Sean Runnette's voice is simply perfect for the main character. Couldn't have imagined it read better.
I wholeheartedly recommend the entire series, and its is so refreshing to have a finale that as well as fitting with the overall story line (and not letting everything down at the last minute) actually does conclude the story. Too many writers feel they have to leave a hook or a loose end which leads on to the story never really coming to a conclusion. This one has "the right end" and concludes the story.
The most enjoyable series of books I've read in a very long time!
The plot just gets better and better. 60 hours in and I'm still loving it. Brilliant brilliant brilliant brilliant brilliant
"The last but not the least"
Excellent novel. So many great characters that have been built up over the entire series. Their personas have been cleverly and lovingly crafted so that their successes an losses are keenly felt by the reader. An unexpected ending. The narration is excellent: a comfortable friend is reading to you by the fireplace in a darkened room with the lights dimmed low. If you want to read this book you absolutely must buy the entire series and start at the beginning, it's worth the investment.
I love Mark Tufos writting, he has to be one of my favourite authors and I love Sean Runette. His voice just makes the stories come alive!!!
"This is meant to be optional!! My husband was addicted and now so am I"
I have not tired of the series, 6 listened too and more to do. Thank you 😄
"I cant get enough ZF"
yes I prefer the audio version because I find I can relax and get more in to the story.
Talbot is always my favorite because hes so funny while being the least likely hero
I cant really remember any part, I just enjoyed the book as a whole
I usually laugh out loud and look like a crazy person while listening to the ZF series because Mark Tufo's sense of humor is great
"There is meat on the bone here"
Like all of the books in the series, the contents is a balance of humour and action that is so perfectly merged ,that person needs to remember not to laugh out loud whilst reading/listening(Audio book) in a public place (lest you be looked as being a crazy person). Mr Tufo seamlessly amalgamates the narrative and thus answering questions that has plagued us, the reader, throughout the series. While tying up loose ends, this book also manages to create more new questions than ever - as it forces the reader to become more and more immersed into the plot. This total absorption creates a feeling that the characters are more flesh and bone, no pun intended, as opposed to ink on page. There is the feeling, a connection if you will; for these people, and you begin to genuinely care for them.
I guess you could compare other Zombie novels. However, best comparison would be the other episodes in the series.
Oh yeah its got to be our main Mr Talbot - his voice is just gtreat
In short if I could I would. However, life just is not that way, and it is good ration out this episode.
Keep up the good writing Mr Tufo
"A poor series finale..."
This is the final book in this particular saga and it's by far the worst. Whilst this particular genre is never going to be considered great literature the previous novels have all been enjoyable, consistent and reasonably well written.
Without giving anything away the main problems include:
The ludicrous "showdown" scenario.
The constant inability of the main character to remember how he had been changed in a previous novel and what benefits this granted him.
The transformation of one of the most interesting and morally ambiguous characters into a cartoon villain.
The overly long epilogue.
Anyone who is considering buying this has presumably bought the previous novels and will inevitably buy this to complete the saga. However I've found this to be irritating enough to ensure I won't be buying any other Mark Tufo audiobooks.
"Great read from a great series!"
Without trying to give away the story, this was a excellently read by Sean Runnette again continuing the story of the Tabbott family Which completes the saga. writer Marc Tufo produced another excellent book which left wanting more!! If you have read the rest of the books you will need to read this one too!! If you have not read the Zombie Fallout books yet I highly recommend you do. You will not be disappointed! I wasn't.
"Mark Tufo does it again A*"
An excellent ending to a tremendous franchise. Mark Tufo is easily one of the best horror writers out there today. With lovable characters and tongue in cheek humour as well as a fair ammount of gore thrown in for good measure. My only worry is that we've heard the last of Mike Talbot although after just recently finishing the Indian Hill trilogy I doubt it. Must have listening for the last chapter and can't wait to hear what comes next..
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