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Read from March 14 to 23, 2015
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Overall Rating: 4.00
Story Rating: 3.75
Character Rating: 4.25
Audio Rating: 4.50 (not part of the overall rating)
First Thought when Finished: Oh Benny so sad to see you go! Fire and Ash by Jonathan Maberry was a good ending to a great series!
1: Why did it have to end! I am going to miss little Benny Imura who ended up not so little and really a good man!
2: When a certain character is in the book--I get giddy. Which is awesome cause I was worried when reading another book then remember yeah he makes it!
3: The gals really kicked ass and have to say they were the true saviors of the day.
4: Those kids from book 1 are more grounded, well-thought, and observant than many of the adults. I could live in a world where they were our future.
5: Jonathan Maberry simply knows how to write a good story. *hat off to you sir*
Narrated by: Brian Hutchison /Length: 11 hrs and 53 mins / Publisher: Recorded Books
Brian really does a great job with this series. Through no fault of his own (blame Ray Porter) there was just one voice I was like---nooooooo! However, he still did a great job with it. I highly recommend this on audio!
Part of my Read It, File It, Done Reviews
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It took me awhile to get used to this narrator in the first two books he just had a monotone voice no real emotion that's what bothered me but in the last two books he did a little better maybe he had gotten into the books himself not sure but I really struggled the first book with him narrating. The books were okay they were written a little juvenile like calling each other and monkey banger and stupid stuff that teen boys would say to each other. The last book I thought was the best book out of all three and I couldn't wait for them to be over truthfully they weren't bad books they were decent not the best books I've ever read but not the worst either. I think it's more for a teen read. I gave the book about a three star.