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interesting story that puts a big twist on zombies. strong characters, I like that along with the tough men, the author has strong mind and bodied women that play key roles . The Narrator does a fabulous job with the different characters voices, it always makes a big difference to the listening pleasures. I am a long haul truck driver and audio books are a life savor for the endless miles. this book is a good one. you won't be disappointed.
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DON'T GO DIVING WHEN IT'S RAINING, YOU'LL GET WET.
I should have loved this, since it had all the elements I love, Mad Scientists, mutated humans and evil World War 2 enemies. It turns outs I need more, who would have thunk it. It's not as sophomoric as Joe Ledger or as unbelievable as Robinson's 731 series, but it seems I like unbelievable, sophomoric and some humor thrown in. Not everyone is a good story teller. Anthony needs to study the more successful and study, how it is done.
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If you could sum up The Tide in three words, what would they be?
Different, exciting, interesting
What did you like best about this story?
The different take on zombies, without going into any spoilers it is a new route to take for the zombie writing. I am intrested to see where it leads in the future books.
Which character – as performed by Ryan Kennard Burke – was your favourite?
Loved the helicopter pilot. Reminded me of the pilot from Black Hawk Down. Great sense of humor. Not a major character but really fun.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Not reallly, this is more like an 80's action move where you can enjoy it without all the emotional baggage.
Any additional comments?
have listened to all of the Arisen series narrated by RC Bray and if you are a fan of that I would suggest this. Finding a narrator as good as RC Bray is hard but I think Mr Burke does a very good job. The story is also diferent from Arisen but still as enjoyable.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
When i first started listening i thought of clive cussslers books about the origan but i soon lost myself in the fantasy of the skulls and the desperate survival of a family, i am very keen to read more about dom holland so well done and a brilliant and well written book.