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Fatal Attraction meets The Walking Dead
Amazon best-selling, post-apocalyptic master Steven Bereznai ruthlessly pits a below-average Joe against a zombie horde...and his ex-girlfriend from hell.
After a devastating breakup, loser Marty Melon doggedly reassembles his shattered self. Self-esteem boosting Ted Talks, muscle-crushing kettlebell swings, and key episodes of The Golden Girls transform him from zero to B-list hero. This suicidal reject, turned pick-up artist, turned sensitive new age guy, finally has it all: a house, the quirky woman of his dreams, and abs.
F#%k you, world, he thinks with alpha confidence.
"Challenge accepted," the world replies, and everything goes to zombie sh*t.
Will Marty make it? He's no longer an average frustrated chump. He's in the best mental and physical shape of his life; plus, 'ninja' bro-crush and gay-best-friend Gary is at his side. But to triumph in the end-of-days, Marty must defeat his most dangerous foe of all - the woman who broke him in the first place.
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- Anonymous User
Don't Narrate Your Own Work
The title says it all. Don't Narrate your own stories. Maybe some people can do it but not everyone. The story itself seemed interesting and good but the performer was awful. I couldn't finish the story due his voice. It all pretty much sounded the same, like a teenager was reading a report in front of the class.
You couldn't get a pro to perform it for you? Hope some day you do. I'm not much of a reader but I love audiobooks. The concept was interesting and I'd love to listen to it when there's a tolerable performer for the story.
Sorry if this review is harsh and I'm not sure the criticism would be helpful. Should have gotten some experience narrating professionally before jumping straight into it.
Does Audible just let anyone Narrate for them? Can I have a job please?