"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!
Sean Runnette did a great job bringing the story to life
I enjoyed the entire book, it flows well
don't have one
First, let me start by saying that I'm a big fan of Mark Tufo. His humor is awesome, and the story intriguing. But this one goes a little long in the flashbacks department and not enough into furthering the storyline. Having said that, however, I'll be buying the next one! Tufo has done his job in entertaining readers and keeping them turning the pages. I have to see how Mike's family survives and if they are able to take down the evil vampire.
Mike Talbot, of course.
"Funny as hell and gruesome too."
Really enjoying this zombie series . Some real laugh out loud moments which I have bookmarked and played again to have another giggle.
Um... One small gripe - the author's obvious serious dislike of cats and his feeling that dog is man's very best and noble friend is a major sentiment running through the whole series and can be a bit tiresome. Being the owner of both cat and dog and loving both I felt like saying "get over it"! Did you get scratched by a Cat or something !. ..... And of course no dog has ever ripped its owners face off has it lol! Meow.
Fantastic series ... Enjoy but .... Cat lovers gird your loins .
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!!!
So descriptively realistic you can't help but make your skin crawl and wince especially regarding the cats,enough said!!!!y
I love Mark Tufo's books but I found this one hard. I still enjoyed it and I am going to listen to the rest of his books. I found the part on the cats very hard to listen to.
Yes. Following the series, and enjoy it.
This is the most undisciplined of the Zombie Fallout series. Too many tangents, too many of them completely irrelevant. Interesting yes, relevant no. Previous books have had tangents at the end, as a postscript, but this had several during the book. Needs a tougher editor - the story is good, the characters entertaining. Will try the next one, because I want to find out what happens and I already have it, but may not continue beyond that if it lacks focus.
Of the Zombie Fallout books I felt this was the weakest, that being said I thoroughly enjoyed it and it kept me waiting for the next installment I would highly recommend the Zombie Fallout series of books if you like Zombies, Vampires and great Characters.
I really wanted to like this whole series more than I did, but I just couldn't get past the badly written, clichéd and rather pathetic female characters, and the too-much-information jokes which saturate this novel. (No pun intended!!) While there is much lost potential and some disappointments, I did find it a fun read and would definitely recommend it to lovers of this genre! I liked the main character, Mike, despite his terrible sense of humour. He is very dry and ironic, which I like.
My biggest gripe with this fifth book in the series was the ending. Not because of what happens, or how it happens, but because it was written with such a massive lacking of emotion. I just found that I couldn't care - not a brilliant way to end a 5-novel series given all the time readers have invested in it! To add insult to injury, after the intended shock at the end of the book, instead of BEING the end, the author chose to go off into one of his flashback rambles which thus took away any real impact that had been there, which really was a shame.
I also have to say ... The cats - probably the grossest thing I've ever read! ;)
"excelent series of books"
this series has been one of my favourite sets of books. the charectors are so memorable and i think every reader would have thier own favorite. with action and sarcastic comedy i could'nt stop listening and cant wait for the next book to come out on here
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