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journal style zombie story. more of a human interaction story than a battling zombies story. kind of interesting how a group of friends react and change due to loss, betrayal, and a zombie apocalypse.<br/><br/>adds nothing new to the zombie world. zombies are slow and dumb. no hordes to fear.<br/><br/>zombies aren't the real enemy in this story, the living are. the zombie action is boring. zombies are too quickly and easily dispatched. no sense of dread.<br/><br/>almost like 2 stories- barricade and shelter in place vs. being on the road. i never felt the sense of imminent danger like in day by day Armageddon or the infection.<br/><br/>characters weren't really believable. how could they know how to do soo much even if they were military.<br/><br/>i do like authors who aren't afraid to kill of characters. in the end, i ended up liking cole, the main character.<br/><br/>narration was plain. all the characters sounded the same.<br/><br/>overall, i'd definitely pass if you haven't read the series i mentioned above. those are the real meat and potatoes. this is an old corndog. thankfully, i got it while it was on sale. i just kept listening to see how it ended.<br/>
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If you could sum up Kings of the Dead in three words, what would they be?
Action, danger and friendship
What was one of the most memorable moments of Kings of the Dead?
There were a number of memorable moments in this book but if I have to pick one, I'll say it's when two of the characters stumbled across and rescued a young girl.
Which character ??? as performed by Marc Vietor ??? was your favorite?
Cole was my favorite. Likely because most of the story is told through his eyes and I liked him.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I wanted to listen to this book in one sitting because there was so much going on that I wanted to see what would happen next. There was danger at nearly every turn and sticky situations for the characters to dig themselves out of; all of which led to an interesting read and kept me on the edge of my seat. Likewise, most of the characters liked each other and were likeable. They developed strong, believable friendships that were constantly threatened by zombies, raiders and other dangers.
Any additional comments?
Overall this is a pretty good book. It is filled with triumphs, happy times, sad times and hope. If you're a crier, expect to shed a tear at least once.
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