Review for Audio book
This is book three of the Zombie Fallout series and pretty much picks up the action where book two left of. So what you get nice and even spacing in the narrative, the story is relatively original in its telling. When the action happens it comes out of left field. The main protagonist Mr Talbot comments; at the end of book two that if not for his marine training he and his family would prime rib for the Zombies. As in the previous two books the narrator does an excellent job of telling the tale, and his characterisations are very well done you really get a feel for the post-apocalyptic world, where a 500 hundred year old vampire and her perpetual hungry hordes of Zombies are homing in our survivors. What sets this tale apart from the plethora of Zombie books out there are the clear use of funny anecdotes and sprinkling of great humour/sarcasm, some reviewers have not liked the light side to these books, but I for one think they make these books. Without giving away spoilers this is a great series of books and really well told stories that are not predictable. I forget to mention. While they are alive the characters are really well rounded. If you have any interest in this type of horror genre you'll love these audio books.