The End Has Come and Gone : Zombie Fallout

  • by Mark Tufo
  • Narrated by Sean Runnette
  • Series: Zombie Fallout
  • 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From Mike Talbot's journal:
"The End . . . has come and gone. This is the new beginning, the new world order and it sucks. The end for humanity came the moment the U.S. government sent out the infected flu shots. My name is Michael Talbot and this is my journal. I'm writing this because no one's tomorrow is guaranteed, and I have to leave something behind to those who may follow."
So continues Mike's journey. Will he give up all that he is in a desperate bid to save his family and friends? Eliza is coming: can anyone be prepared?


What the Critics Say

"Mark Tufo is one of those writers whose stories are elevated beyond the usual." (John Ramsey Miller, author of The Last Family)


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Customer Reviews

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What a twisted web we weave....

This series is getting downright convoluted in nature and I mostly get infuriated when stories get too convoluted; it generally reads to me that the author is trying too hard. In this case though... I'll make a huge exception!

The book becomes more and more complex with various twists and turns appearing throughout the title. As soon as you think that you have gotten a good enough grasp of the series something new is introduced which adds a twist to the series but makes it a bit more harder to follow. I find myself feeling sorry for the Talbots, they seem to can't catch a break... With all that being said though, I can't help but be gripped by the entire book... I will see this book through to the end come hell or high water and anyone who has gotten this far in the series would probably agree.

Again this series shine mostly due to the characters whose vantage point we read from. The neurotic germophobe that is Mike Talbot, his formidable and dedicated wife Mrs. Talbot, the loveable Tommy, the dangerous Thomas and the vicious Eliza all brings about their own special touch to the book. Their differing vantage points are fascinating to view from and will have you cracking up or on the edge of your seat with excitement.

The narration gets better with each book I find and Sean Runnette's command of the myriad of characters in the book is note worthy. He's truly gotten a grasp of all the characters in this book and frankly, I wouldn't have the narration done any other way.

The series thus far has been just plain fun to experience, with this one only adding to it. It doesn't take itself too seriously but it isn't a complete joke either. A young crowd will certainly love these books.

P.S. The book once again ends with a cliff hanger....
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- Theodore ""A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one." - Jojen Reed. #ADanceWithDragons"

Nail Biting Zombie Drama and Terror

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

YES! I would recommend this book to all my friends. The Talbots, their family, and their friends are in for a fight of a lifetime. As the drama and small battles surround the Talbots ensues, Tommy (or as he likes to be called now...Tomas) and his EVIL sister, Eliza, along with the thousands of Zombies prepare for the ultimate battle. Michael has to make a heartbreaking choice for his family's survival. Justin catches a break....the hard way. As if the Zombies and the evil siblings aren't enough for the Talbots to deal with.... throw in a band of weird spiritualists and you have enough stress and chaos to ensure the Talbots have panic attacks and PSTD for the rests of their lives. I know just reading this series as left my finger nails bitten to the nub.

Have you listened to any of Sean Runnette’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, I have listened to the entire Zombie Fallout series and so far I am addicted!

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- Amanda H.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-23-2012
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio