The book is very well written. The characters, dialogue, behaviors, and other elements are believeable not remarkable. The character is a everyday joe..Show More » who befriends a survivalist type character (pre-apocalypse). The outbreak occurs creating Romero type Zombies. The main character begins his journey to meet up with his survivalist friend. The real journey is the discovery and growth the character endures while meeting other good and bad survivalist. When I first started to listen to the book I immediately thought that this was a "guy" book due to the long drawn out references toward guns, fighting, and other "manly" type interests. As the book went on I found myself engulfed in all the characters and thought to myself how well written this story really was. It became hard to put down. Just wish there were a little more action involving Zombies.
Narration was good but the female voices were a bit comical.
First let me start off by saying I'm glad Guy Williams returned to read this volume. Though I thought the narrator of book 3 was serviceable- the seri..Show More »es is much better with Guy on the mic. That being said, this to me was the best book in the series. I plowed through the last 5 hours of the book non-stop which is rarely something I find myself doing! The book is centered around Gabe which at first had me concerned as I'm a big fan of Eric and his story. Nevertheless it was an amazing story that adds a lot to Gabe's character and the series overall.
This is a book that is about, oh, 50% about nothing. It's tons of filler. I was a fan of the previous books, but this one really let me down. I'..Show More »m not sure I'll buy the next installment based on how this book was written.
This series started out amazing. It had a lot of zombie fun. This part of the series is mostly marauders and maybe 15 minutes of zombies. I don't th..Show More »ink I'll continue this series. In my opinion the Mountain Man series is better.