Tim 3: Sliced, Diced and Cubed : Timothy

  • by Mark Tufo
  • Narrated by Sean Runnette
  • Series: Timothy
  • 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tim is back. After suffering a series of defeats at the hands of his archenemy, Yorley, he has found a new and unique way to continue his quest for the absolute destruction of mankind. And specifically Yorley. What better way to defeat a woman than to take one over?
Follow along as our antihero, Tim, tracks down and obliterates his prey.

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THE ZOMBIE WHISPERER

GET OUT OF HELL CARD
Here I go again, going against the crowd. I loved TIM 1 and Tim 2, just read my reviews. I was excited about this book. My mistake, might have been, listening to it all in one day. For the first 5 hours I was loving it. In my mind he should have wound it up earlier instead of repeating everything over and over. I lost count of how many times I was told that when you eat a human and than excrete him out, it smells worse than any other excrement. The first time someone's penis was ripped off or eaten that was funny, the third time, NOT SO MUCH. I love books that come from the perspective of the bad guy and I appreciate Tufo creating this series. TIMOTHY was great simply for the novelty of it. In TIM 2, Tufo came up with the virus and a fat squeamish character. In Tim 3, he goes into a woman's body and the virus gets smarter. These were great additions. If only he would have left it at that and left out all the long lectures and flash backs and the constant repeating of the same jokes.
Sean was great.
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- Jim "The Impatient" "My taste differs from kid books to gory horror books."

It is a true Mark Tufo book – a sick, demented...

For every hero, there is an arch nemesis and vice versa. Evil Timothy has returned as has his nemesis Yorley. Having believed Timothy dead, Yorley goes off to survive in a world full of zombies. Well, for a while anyway - until Timothy can find her!

Timothy, however, is NOT dead – not by a long shot. He continues his reign of terror while living as a host-parasite with Manny and Scarlet in Scarlet’s body. From here, the fun begins as does the truly evil antics of Timothy. We are privy to why and how he became Timothy and we see the inner workings of his fears, mind and decision process. There is no doubt that Timothy is not one to be messed with for any reason. His mind knows no boundaries, there is nothing this guy won’t do to inflict even the littlest amount of pain.

Scarlet is a stunning woman forced to share a domicile (her body) with vile Tim-Tim as she likes to call him; as well as with Manny who is the virus and keeps their body healthy but dominates Scarlet. Manny only turns control over to his slave, Timothy in order to find food.

This is a very intense book. It is a true Mark Tufo book – a sick, demented, twisted bad-ass guy who has internal arguments laced with sarcasm and the most gut retching bathroom humor which only makes you grow fond of the bad guy!

Rich dialog and vivid descriptions and situations that suck the listener in and holds them hostage until the last second of the audio. The ending will stop you in your tracks! You won’t be able to breathe.

I have always enjoyed Mark Tufo’s books, each and every one of them. I enjoyed the creative twists in this book but … well, I am still struggling with the ending. Timothy is one of those characters that you can’t help but hate yet love too – you want to see him catch a break but then he does something so horribly vile you hope he dies. You keep expecting Timothy to somehow transform into a good guy – it won’t happen but .... one can hope.

Sean Runnette, narrator, does an excellent job! He becomes the characters in the book – he becomes the book itself – he blends into the story so adeptly that one cannot imagine a Tufo book without him. His voice oozes sarcasm, indignation, delight, confusion, fear – all emotions appropriately and with just the right amount. I could listen to Runnette narrate for hours on end. Talented and perceptive – he gets the characters and portrays them verbally providing the listeners with one enthralling listen!

No issues with the audio production of this book.

Audiobook was purchased for review by ABR.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-24-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios