Will the last humans on Earth please turn out the lights?
James Patterson's ZOO was just the beginning. The planet is still under violent siege by ferocious animals. Humans are their desperate prey. Except some humans are evolving, mutating into a savage species that could save civilization-or end it.BookShots
©2016 James Patterson (P)2016 Hachette Audio
I couldn't wait for Zoo2 to be On Audiobooks. My entire life I've
Been a with a book in my purse, car & bedside table. Even as a
Small child, I found books took me away to new places or real places
That were before my time. At age 22 I found myself divorced with 2
Little boys, ages 5 & 2 months...I hadn't worked after marriage, so looked for a career where I would make enough to by us a home. I found Nursing,& after finishing school saved & bought us a home. Of
Course books being my escape at night when my boys were tucked into
Bed. My boys also picked up my habit of reading for pleasure before
Bed time. After 20+ yrs.of University Nursing,I was injured resulting in
In too many surgeries,& that's when I found Audiobooks & James
Patterson... Zoo2 was so exciting, surprise after surprise! The ending
Was perfect! Can't wait for Zoo3...what a Masterful Story Teller. Thank You Mr. Patterson for all your wonderful series, Sincerely, Ruth
After finishing [book:Zoo|13353667] on audio, I wasn't as excited for this sequel - it was just too ridiculous and this one is even more so... It opens up only a few months after the conclusion of the first book, and once again, the need for Jackson Oz's mind lands him and his family in the midst of trouble. But from a continuity aspect, this sequel seems to have some contradictions. On the plus side, this brief "book shot" is filled with a wide variety of crazed animals... and the threat has certainly expanded from the first novel. Unfortunately, there is not much in the way of even psuedo-science to lend this any kind of credibility that would actually make this book chilling. It does end on a cliffhanger as well, so I am curious to see if there are more of these book shots planned in the series... I am not sure if I would continue to listen, but I do really like the performer of the audio version, so if it was, I might actually keep listening for him alone.
Patterson& DiLallo have written so amazingly well I read both books in 18 hours. Zoo was written as if I was having a conversation with a
friend who was telling me a very very graphic
story. The kind of story that had u looking over ur shoulder when u were walking. Zoo is the kind of book u can't put down!
It is especially good for commutes to and from work, etc. also for trips of 2-4
hours. I am about to download my 2nd
Bookshot now. Can't wait until there's a
I was looking forward to this second book, but it was too short. And set itself up for perhaps the next short story.
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