From the early 1900s right up to Z-Day, the Grove Park Inn was the place for the affluent to stay when vacationing in Asheville, NC. Everyone from F. Scott Fitzgerald to President Barak Obama stayed at the Grove Park. Artists, actors, diplomats, masters of industry, all called it a temporary home at one point or another. But that was before the zombie apocalypse.
Now the five-story stone, brick, and wood luxury inn is home to a different element. An unknown element. A heavily armed element.
With Whispering Pines being rebuilt, Jace "Long Pork" Stanford has nothing better to do than find out who the newcomers are. Well, while he’s not busy dealing with the ever present Z hordes. Or running for his life from paramilitary mercenaries. Or possibly blowing up more of the zombie-infested city because he can’t help pressing buttons. Buttons are meant to be pressed, even in the apocalypse, right?
Looks like it’s just another day in Z-Burbia!
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Jace the main character continues in his best sarcastic form. The last 40 minutes made me wet my pants from laughter!
After the first book which I loved, I was worried that the second in the series would go in a direction which would ruin the ‘fun’ factor. However, the opposite happened. The fun factor went upwards. This story is a mixture of ‘adult comic book’ style violence and the Seinfeld show.
This book also continues the tradition of having an ending which causes me to wonder where the author is going to take the next in the series. I certainly did not expect the last few minutes of this one!
The narrator once again does an excellent job with the multiple characters. Just like almost every other title of late, the listening speed can be increased. 1.25x speed was easily listened to.
I enjoyed book 2 so much I purchased the third in the series before I even finished this one. I said in my review that the first book was in my top ten. But this one is in my top five!
While many people talk about Mark Tufo’s Zombie Fallout series as being great, I would rate this series up there as almost an equal. I can highly recommend this one!
I listen to audio books on my commute, so audio is perfect for me.
I enjoy that the story of our intrepid gang grows with new characters and developing scope for the post apocalyptic wasteland of what was the U.S. Part 2 has made it clear that I will have to follow the story to its end, because we just have to see what crazy shennanagins Jake Bible will pull in this story, how much Jason and the others will have to endure, and where the grizzly end will actually be.
Only on book 1 of this series. I think his performance is better on this one.
Laugh, it made me laugh out loud. That is not an easy thing to do in a zombie apocalypse.
Jake Bible writes the kind of popcorn eating entertainment that you can enjoy in huge helpings. Try out his other stories like Deadmech or The Americans.
Other than his occasional annoyingness it was a great book. I hate his zone out BS when faced with anything from what to eat to a heard of Z's ten feet from him. I'd think the protagonist shouldn't also be the antagonist. If these are clones I will BS so disappointed, they are so overdone. On to book 3.
I love Sci Fi , Fantasy, Horror especially Zombies and Vampires. History, Fiction and Non Fiction. I enjoy both printed and audio books. :)
The humor sarcasm and normal zombie fare .
Jason and his family, Ell and Critter, Big Daddy.
Too many to mention.
I listen while at work, so two or three sittings.
Too many times they trip, don't hear the zombies, or their weapons are out of reach.
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