Wonderfully corny story of an apocalyptic world full of zombies and Mecks. Really fun. I loved how it jumped around.
Great idea and action but the implementation is borderline schizophrenic. You jump from person, to person, from topic, to topic, so often and fast, that its just irritating. Other writers successfully do this, but i cant believe you have written so many books like this. I understand the meaning of it, in that you wish to show that its all happening at the same time, but it "reads" like a comic book....sooooo glad it was a free copy...
cracking ebook...loved it..narrated very well too
Fair plot and imaginative theme. Overpowering swearing though - this detracted from my enjoyment of the story.
Great story, could not stop listening to it. A nice twist on a zombie story. I’m just a simple guy, want something to occupy my time at work and this did the trick. The grapes of wrath it is not but I found it very entertaining. The narrator did a good job with the different voices of the characters.
This will be a harsh review.
To be fair I am coming off listening to the entire GOT series and the entire Expanse series, both great books with fantastic narration talents.
I found this book and ran into a very hard listen. I toughed it out bc I bought the first two books on a special.
The book is okay. An interesting storyline, but I was really turned off by the dialog between the military mech team. This is supposed to be an elite team essentially protecting the world with the best technology available. What I suffered with was the complete lack of discipline or order. It was more like a bunch of emotional bratty kids yelling and screaming and ignoring orders. Over and over.
Then there was the fantastic dialogue like a mech driver seeing enemies on the scanner and yelling “Shit! Shit! Shit! Shit! Fuck!! Motherfuck!! Shit! Shit! “. Every other line ... it gets old.
To make it (much) worse, the female narrator was not very good at doing male voices. In fact all of her voices sounded like over-accented 9 or 10 year old children. Think rugrats.. saying all those curse words.
The combination of the highly informal written dialog and the cartoonish voices (which often sounded very very emotional and snotty and childish (think of three syllables given to a word like “sir” in valley girl-esque tones (for a male military character) it was just really hard to swallow ...
It was great story and the narrator did a awesome job as well
easy listen. enjoyed the action
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