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This is an okay follow-up to the rest of the series but where did the zombies go? This one is mostly man vs bad guy after the world ends kingpin - which isn't bad but this author has written very creepy zombie action and tingled my spine in the past so I was a little disappointed. This series may have run its course. If you have read the rest of the series then this one is worth your time but I may or may not start the next one (if there is one.) Let's just say I'm not chomping for a follow-up.
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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 series 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.
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Where does Fire in Winter rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
A continuation of a great story. With engaging character's.
What other book might you compare Fire in Winter to, and why?
J L Bourne`s series, but better than that for realism and apathetic characters.
What does Guy Williams bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Great voice acting breathing life into the protagonists.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Gab has come full circle. from warrior to defender.
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Loved it want more!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Once again the perfect mix of present and past tense. Fire In Winter not only gives an exciting historical insight into Gabriel Garrett's story, but it also tells the listener how both the main characters are fairing in a world of undead.
The past and present come together in an explosive climax which strengthens both the characters personalities and resolve.
James N Cook at his best. I'm completely addicted...
I really enjoyed this book. In the other books, the author jumped between the two lead characters. With this one, he stuck with Gabriel, which I liked immensely. Can't wait for the next book.