I am a person who watches Walking Dead. That being said, I loved this book. It's basically like a season of walking dead with people who actually ma..Show More »ke good decisions and with more character development. This book is more about the relationships than the gore, but I loved that aspect of "zombie apocalypse" and the dangers constantly lurking. There were many surprises in this book, and I was on the edge of my seat listening (shouting out loud as things happened). I loved it and can't wait for the next one to come out.
WHY DID YOU BREAK UP? DETAILS Yes, this has Zombies or Lexers. It also has white lace curtains, sewing, Twilight, best friends and more. It is wel..Show More »l written, but in the style more appreciated by the romantically inclined. No sex.
I GUESS WE JUST CALLED THEM ZOMBIES, THAT'S WHAT THEY ARE, I DON'T SEE NO REASON FOR ANTOHER NAME. Finally, someone who thinks like me. I wanted to love this story for that statement alone. The military was calling them Lexers and I am probably spelling that wrong.
The narrator is pleasant to listen to, but does not change her voice per the action in the book. The few times the Zombies attack, I almost missed it. Tone of voice does not change.
The biggest problem I had with this book is that it continued the later trend of book one in getting lost in a lot of the mundane day-to-day life - it..Show More » tried to make itself into a dramatic series instead of a story of survival
I have to say, i just loved this series. I listen to these at work, and i found myself excited to go to work in the morning to find out what happened..Show More » to Cassie and the group. Julia Whelan is also a wonderful narrator. I found myself searching audible for other titles narrated by her. She really brings life to the characters, male and female. All I can say is, if you are interested in z-apocalypse fiction, this is one of the best series out there. The characters are so developed and the story keeps moving. And if you aren't into zombies, i recommend these books as well. Sure, there's gore, but the characters are what draw you in. You can see a real progression in each character. I was satisfied by the end, but man, i wish there would be more of these!