A desperate tale of survival...A family and their friends frantically battle legions of zombies in a major American east coast city. This family has one advantage, and that is its ability to innovate new technologies, including robots, to increase their chances of survival. Through the use of the robots they are able to reclaim some of their lost world, but zombies are not their only worry. Other survivors are often just as dangerous. Finding sources of food and water prove to be equal and ongoing challenges for them. Follow their movement through joy and despair as they seek to live just another day. If you like the fusion of cyberpunk and graphic horror, then this is the audiobook for you!
©2013 Joseph and Marisha Cautilli (P)2013 Joseph and Marisha Cautilli
OMG, I'm three minutes into the book and I can't stand the reader. He stutters and fumbles. This will not be a book I will be finishing. He should have seriously hired a professional to read the book.
Just because you can write a book doesn't mean you should narrate it. Why he didn't review and correct his narration remains a mystery. Sounded like a bad podcast.
Any professional narrator would be better.
Not if he reads it.
Didn't use a professional narrator
Anger....he stutters and mispeaks a lot
Robots vs zombies should have been great...but I'll never know.
From the title, I expected a lot of zombie vs robot action, and there was some, but you always new the robots would win, so no suspense. I think the story might have been better if the narrator did a better job. It is hard to get into a story when you have a poor narrator. It has been my experience that most authors do not make good narrators, and this book just reinforced that opinion. There is little expression, and what there is is clearly artificial. Mr. Cautilli makes frequent mistakes, and stops to repeat, or correct himself, without editing out the mistakes. He also does things like cough and clear his throat without pausing the recording. The pace of the narration is also slow. It is not the worst book I have listened to, but if I had known the narration would be like that, I would probably not have gotten the book. Warning: always listen to the audio sample if you don't know the narrator.
no not as read
have it profesanlily read
repeated, slurred, hesitated ,put words in and said them again differantly
i would not have given any stars but i had no choice i got threw 1.5 hours and turned off this my first review in close to 1000 books very disappointed
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