A book that begins with a rag tag quasi-team of nobody's that has to educate themselves about everything Zombie. Including, that universal piece of k..Show More »nowledge, head shots are the only thing that puts them out of their misery for ever!!! INTERESTING.
The story continues and this time is told from Gems perspective. I like how this book explains the pseudo science behind zombieism as Shelman creates ..Show More »his own flavour of zombie. Its well thought out and suspends disbelief.
Nothing especially emotionally compelling or extreme action and horror but I just enjoy reading what they're doing, how their characters are and their interactions. Sometimes books can try to take drastic turns for cheap thrills, which you really don't like. This story is pretty safe.
The group picks up the people at the CDC, hold up somewhere while Hemp researches about zombies and takes off again with a goal in mind once they a new way to fight the zombies.
The sound quality continues to be sub par. I've never been particularly sensitive to sound but I think its easy to hear the difference between the sample in this recording and samples from other books. Like some evil aura, there is a hollowness and raspiness around the narrators words when he speaks.
The narrator is otherwise rather good I think. At first you think he can't even read because its so halting like he cant read ahead. But I think thats how Gem is supposed to be because when he says lines for other characters its no problem at all. Neither does he try to take on a female voice like many others who end up sounding like transvestites. Not an over actor, inflection is good and voice comfortable to listen to.