"What now, sister?" Tomas asked.
"We kill Michael Talbot, his family, and his friends and then we rule the world," she said absently as she fingered the locket around her neck."
In the latest installment of Mark Tufo's zombie fallout series, Mike Talbot and his family continue their fight for survival as Eliza plots their demise.
©2012 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
YES, I have fallen in love with each character and although this book seems to have ADHD I find myself pleased as each life unfolds.
Mark's books are to short. Would love to get my monies worth in length. I seem to go through these in a couple of days.
YES, love love love his transitions from character to character.
Absolutely, or at least a minimum of 20 hours.
I really would love to read Mark's next adventures. I really would love to me Mark Tufo. Mark will you be in Southern Cali anytime soon?
great read, the end was not very good though, it seems that the author just wanted to end the series somehow. I mean really !!!! is this how it all ends? so frustrated
Although I'm a huge fan of Mark Tufo and this this book series, I'm extremely disappointed with Zombie Fallout 5. It felt like a rushed story with no substance and very little plot. There was a good two hours of flashback stories told that provided no benefit to the story and, frankly, felt like filler. I found myself fast forwarding through much of those portions which is a first. I hope Mark spends a little more time developing a good story for book 6 and doesn't let his publisher rush the process which I'm hoping was the reason this book fell flat.
No... Although book 5 was a complete waste of time with very little story, I'm still looking forward to the continuation of the story line. As long as it gets back on track. If book 6 is as empty as book 5, I probably won't go for book 7.
Of course... Michael Talbot. His perfect sarcastic inflection is, as always, great.
The main character never seemed to grow until the last 25% of the book. The mantra never improved either. I wanted to enjoy this book because I enjoyed the previous books so much, however, it felt like Friday the 13th part 5....more of the same. It felt like the author rushed the book through.
Yes, because I enjoyed all Zombie Fallouts except this one. I finished it because I wanted closure on the series.
Noreastern twang indeed!
I would but that means nothing regarding quality. I see ALL zombie movies.
Thanks for the ride!
Love the story line. But starting to drift off in another direction. I'll invest in the next book in this series cause I like the narrator. after that I will have to see.
I have fallen in love with each Mark Tufo book in this series! The writing is quote relatable in daily life and the Talbot way of doing things proves equally adventurous and horrifying.
The narrator has done a exemplary performance of fleshing out all the characters and deserves some type of cash reward for his delivery throughout this series thus far!
Once again, Talbot is trying to keep his family safe, trying to get them back to his brother Ron's compound. It is the only place he feels they will be safe. Tomas is still manipulating him and as much of the situation as he can but he is still too much of an unknown. Allowing Tomas to turn him into a half vamp is not what he would have wanted but it was the only way to get out of a very bad situation. His family has always been his priority and this time he decides it's time to stop running and take the fight to Eliza. There are plenty of Talbot moments and Deneaunx is a surprise, But this is the Zombie apocalypse so there is tradgedy, some heart breaking. And it is what makes a Talbot adventure everything we expect it to be. And of course let us not forget Sean Runnette; I never get tired of listening to him. His narration of ZF brings Michael Talbot to life with all the nuances, snide remarks, sarcasm, OCD, germaphobia....well you get the picture... that Tufo has infused in his written word. Kudos to both writer and narrator for a great job.
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