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Timothy lived a life only a psychopathic sociopath could enjoy and understand. When he was bitten on the first day of the zombie-apocalypse he turned the tides on a single-minded virus he affectionately called Hugh. Together they terrorized a city before seemingly meeting their untimely demise. Nobody could have foreseen his resurrection. Tim's close call with death has done nothing to temper his missions in life, to live, to eat and to rule the world.
Tim is back and he's an asshole.
©2013 Mark Tufo (P)2013 Mark Tufo
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 03-23-16


This is a sequel, but also a stand alone. Book one is shorter and I liked it better. I suggest you try it and if you like it get this. This is also very good, so don't hesitate to get if it is on sale and your are not bothered by profanity, grossness, fecal matter type of jokes, torture and weirdness. Despite a small lag in the middle and a very thin plot, I was entertained and enjoyed listening. The language and situations are very dark and gross, so do not attempt if this bothers you.

Timothy the main character was a Ahole before the apocalypse and now he is even worse. This is first person or first hybrid Zombie. I like books that come out you from the view point of the bad guy, pretty rare. It is dark, with several jokes or puns. Not a constant laugh out loud, but I did chuckle often.

I am usually not a fan of Sean Runnette, but this was written with him in mind. At least it sounds like that. His timing his perfect and it sounded like he enjoyed reading this. He makes the listening better than the reading.

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By Kacey on 06-03-13

WOW! What an odd mind.

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Mark Tufo has an odd imagination. He is soooo twisted. I don't know how a normal person comes up with this stuff. With that said, I love the book. It is a guilty pleasure. I don't want anyone I know to think I like this book(haha). It is the most disgusting and disturbing thing I have ever listened to, but I couldn't stop listening! He does an amazing job with the main character, Tim. I have to hate him, but I can't help but hope he will do something redeeming. This book is DEFINETLY not for the squeamish. There were times I had to take a break and let my stomach settle, but I always came back for more!!!

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By Loki on 09-30-15


Another fantastic book by Mark Tufo and brought to life by Sean Runnette. I can't believe I can listen to something so disgusting yet keep wanting more! I'm just like Hue!!

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By Amazon Customer on 04-17-14

Quite graphic at times but enjoyable

Would you try another book written by Mark Tufo or narrated by Sean Runnette?

Yes. I think Mark Tufo's books are great and Sean Runnette does a brilliant job on all of the other books I've listened to.

Would you recommend Tim2 to your friends? Why or why not?

`Yes I would recommend it to a friend. It would have to be someone with a sick sense of humor though.

What aspect of Sean Runnette’s performance might you have changed?

I like Sean reading as Mike Talbot so listening to him read as Timothy was a bit confusing at times because I don't think his voice suited this particular role. I think I would have enjoyed this book a bit more if I had read it on kindle instead

Do you think Tim2 needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No I don't think there should be another book. The story is not one that can keep going in my opinion. Unlike the zombie fallout books which keep getting better and better

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