Get through this one because the next two are good
I had read all of the Zombie Fallout books and was excited to find there were more books about Mike Talbot's earlier life. This book disappointed me, ..Show More »though, because it was so dark and didn't have the humor the Zombie books had. I found it a little oppressive without the comic relief.
I think there were only two of these Indian Hill books available when I purchased this, and I bought them both at the same time. By the time I finished this one, though, I wasn't sure I could bring myself to listen to the next one. I put it off for about 6 months, I think. Then I saw there was a third book and it was on sale so I felt I had to buy it. (OCD, what can I say?) I finally told myself, "You bought 'em, your're gonna listen to them!" And myself whined a little and then started on book 2.
What a relief to discover that the sarcastic, wise-cracking Mike Talbot I had known and loved was back! I finished book 2 and immediately listened to book 3. I had thought it was a trilogy, but now I think there will be more and I'm looking forward to them.
So, if you like Talbot, it's worth listening to this book to set you up for the two that follow.
Like the consummate author he is, Mr. Tufo has done it again. This series is a perfect example of the work of Mark Tufo. I think that the mark of..Show More » a true master of story telling is being able to start a genre( which this series truly does) and craft it into a work of art. If anybody reads this review, and u are undecided about spending the money, or credits to get it, well, u really haven't expanded your mind, till u read or listen to Tufo