"Hello America, it is raining men out there, in the literal sense. It truly is the end of days - I have done the count, seven trumpets are in fact blowing. The storm extends from coast to coast and even across the pond. We aren't going to be seeing another sunrise as the population drops, and the dead come up beneath us. This is affecting all walks of life; the young and the old, the rich and the poor, it's even dashing summer time fun for folks at amusement parks. Those trying to seek shelter at malls and other shopping centers are having no luck, there is no escaping this, and there is no end in sight. My suggestion is to stay inside, curl up with a good book, and hope for the best. Now, let's take look at what's happening in your neck of the woods."
Would you consider the audio edition of Cloudy With a Chance of Zombies to be better than the print version?
The audio narration really brings it alive -- which with Zombies is quite an achievement!
Would you be willing to try another book from Daniel Cotton? Why or why not?
Yes, he's got a great sense of humor.
Which scene was your favorite?
Learning how to flee Zombies in a suburban mall.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
I thought the narrator's voice was very well suited to the material -- resonant and wry. I could hear the wit in the text, and he conveyed all the characters quite vividly. Great "radio" voice.