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One fateful decision - that is all it takes to either unravel all the Talbot clan has achieved or fulfill their desire for safety. Many are lost, though others return; this is the story of their struggle to survive and in remembrance of those left behind.
©2016 Mark Tufo (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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By anne on 01-27-17


Would you consider the audio edition of Those Left Behind to be better than the print version?

Always is....Unless Sean can come and read it from the book for me, sitting on my

What other book might you compare Those Left Behind to and why?

You cant compare Mark...Mark is a weirdo, and that is why us weirdo's love him!!!

Which character – as performed by Sean Runnette – was your favorite?

Always Trip!!! lol Then Mike, Then Bt!!!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Oh this whole series needs a movie...or a tv show...Netflix Original Hulu...something!!! I would watch religiously!!!!

Any additional comments?

I love Mark Tufo...he not only is a talented author, he is a great person...his wife is too...she would have to be to deal with his And Sean Runnette IS the one and ONLY Mike Talbot!

The group is just barely making it...but they are survivors and Mike will always fight for his friends and family...The Beginning of this book with the Deneaux scene..WOW...I was Like SERIOUSLY? She is sooo evil...but I did not want that to happen to her...and she recovered like a champ..she really is cold blooded...and there is seriously something going on between her and Mike...they are developing a kind of kinship that is creepy crazy...and Trip is really communing with something supernatural..I think we may even see some sort of crossover universe happening here soon...

MAJOR CLIFFY ENDING!! LOL I know that makes some people angry...but I dont mind a cliffy...that just tells me the story isn't over yet, and that makes me very happy!!!


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By AudioBook Reviewer on 02-07-17

as riveting as the others

Zombie Fallout 10: Those Left Behind is as riveting as the others.  From day one, it has been clear that Mike Talbot is unique and is full of witty sarcasm.  He continues to hold the world and fate of his loved ones in his hands knowing that one mistake or judgment can bring it all crashing down around him.  We say goodbye to some longtime favorites and witness the return of some not so favorite people (will not spoil anything here).  BT proves himself more than capable of handling Knox in a hilarious yet unique manner then stepping aside so Mike and Knox can measure who has the biggest ... and most believable lie in a standoff.

I have watched Mark Tufo grow as a writer working his audience without mercy subjecting them to moments of humor, darkness and sarcastic wit.  He weaves his stories well and connects them expertly.  Tufo grows suspense even when you know what’s going to happen next because he puts a slight spin on it eliciting a “I really didn’t see that one coming” response. His characters continue to grow and show more of their true colors and intestinal fortitude.  Tufo has created and grown Talbot, BT, and Trip in many ways making them seem more life-like.    I would not be surprised to see Talbot, BT and Trip being selected, hands down, as the best folks to be stranded with in an apocalypse.

Tufo, as usual, keeps his listeners off-balance but this time with an unlikely frenemy that has turned over a new leaf ... Don’t miss this book, the darkness is beginning again but more intensely and with gripping action.  As a storyteller, Tufo is an artisan who hones his skills and books with precision – his internal dialogues are excellent and unfortunately for some of us – right on the money realism wise!

As usual the narrator, Sean Runnette takes the book and owns it Talbot style.  He draws the listeners in and holds them there with his talent and skill at projecting Mike, BT and the other characters to perfection.  His voice is clear and he drops Talbot witticisms skillfully, almost as if second nature.

There were no issues with the quality or production of this audiobo

This is a must listen!

Audiobook was purchased for review by ABR.

Please find this complete review and many others at my review blog

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By Christopher on 02-17-17

The best series just keeps going

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

Yes, but they need to read the whole series

What does Sean Runnette bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Sean Runnette is simply the voice of Mike Talbot....and "strangely" Vivian Denoe couldn't be anyone else's voice

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?


Any additional comments?

All of the Talbot multiverse books are good (Lycan Fallout, Indian Hill, and even the collaboration with John O'Brian with the Shrouded World books)...

But the ZF series is simply the very best of them.

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By P on 02-20-17

Mark Tufo always leaves you wanting more

As always Mike gets himself into more trouble and you are left climbing the walls wanting the next instalment.

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By Anonymous User on 09-27-17


Tufo does it again. non-stop flesh eating fun at its best. now I'm just waiting for the next one

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By Hinerangi on 08-15-17

Fan from the beginning

Would you consider the audio edition of Those Left Behind to be better than the print version?

I've never read the print version as the audio edition provides me with access to listening when I'm driving or something that I listen to when heading off to sleep....yes, listening to the Zombie Fallout series does lull me into a sense of lights out!

Who was your favorite character and why?

I love the "keep going" attitude of the main character even when he drives me bonkers with some of his rambo moves followed by the regrets that affect his loved ones.

Which character – as performed by Sean Runnette – was your favourite?

I like the nuances of all of the characters that he performs. I'm impressed with how the subtle differences give me a sense of "knowing" those characters on their journey through the series.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

laughed, cried, grumbled, guffawed, angered and omg'd my way through this book!

Any additional comments?

As an avid reader of text, moving into the audio arena of storytelling with this type of narrator and his ability to weave the story are why I keep coming back. The mix of humour/horror/drama/love is why I have enjoyed this book, this series, this author and this narrator. :)

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