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If you are a fan of zombie fall-out books by Mark Tufo, one must hear this one. It introduces a deeper darker reason for the spread of the zombie apocalypse plus we as listeners are given some an early introduction to one of Michael Talbot’s thorns in his side!
Zombie Fall-Out Zero shows the darker side of human nature and those who exploit. We learn who patient zero was, how he came into being and what happened. We are given a brief yet poignant look into the beginning of the end.
While there is no Michael Talbot to save the world, it is Major Sanders and his team of new recruits who must try. Will the Marines be enough?
As usual Mark Tufo does not disappoint. Although Michael Talbot does not have a role in the book, we are still highly entertained with the bucking of the establishment/authority figures. I enjoyed seeing how intertwined all the major characters are in this series from the beginning.
I enjoy Tufo’s writing style and his ability to create strong characters in a short time period. This story left off where Zombie Fall-Out 1 picks up. Everything flowed and set the stage but also gave his listeners valuable information.
Sean Runnette as usual did an excellent job of narrating and owning the book. I love his ability to assume the roles in the book and own them.
There were no audio issues with this publication, everything was clear and concise.
This is a must listen to all Tufo and Michael Talbot fans everywhere!
Audiobook was purchased for review by ABR.
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11 of 11 people found this review helpful
What did you love best about Zombie Fallout: Zero?
Give a great background to the series, perfect for those new to the series and veterans alike.
What does Sean Runnette bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Mr. Runnette has a knack for brining Mark Tufo characters alive.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I was intrigued by this but wondered if I'd enjoy a Zombie Fallout book without Mike Talbot and family. My concerns were unfounded however, as Mark Tufo's brilliant storytelling and rounded characters pulled me in immediately. I'm hoping we'll somehow come across one or two of these characters in later ZF novels.
As ever, Sean Runnette gives an excellent performance.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
History of the apocalypse that is. So many stories start after the beginning and when you get into them, you're left wondering how did it all begin.
Well now you know, but I won't spoil it. Just listen;)