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I couldn't take my earphones off once I started this series and cannot wait for the rest of this series to come along, if there is some.
I would recomend these stories to other listeners.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Indian Hill 4: From The Ashes to be better than the print version?
I only say yes because I Love Sean Runnette!
What did you like best about this story?
The depth of the main characters commitment and loyalty to his family and friends. This series is so different from anything I have ever read. I never know what is going to happen next. I have listened to so many books that I have been able to figure out what was going to happen long before the story was over. I like to be surprised and Mark Tufo isn't afraid of the road less traveled. IH 4 stopped at the perfect moment and I can't wait for IH 5!!!
What about Sean Runnette’s performance did you like?
EVERYTHING!! He is my all time favorite narrator! He was born to be Mike Talbot!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There are to many to count. I laughed out loud several times, said NO, NO, NO, and cried several times!
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I thought the first book was too oppressively dark and had to force myself to keep listening to the series. By book two, I was glad I had kept going. It's been classic Mike Talbot ever since and seems to get better with each installment.
This one had me laughing out loud before the end of the first sentence, I think--certainly the first paragraph. There's plenty of action and suspense for those who like it, always balanced by Mike's wit and banter with others.
If you've read a lot of Tufo, you've probably already figured this out, but I'll say it anyway. The various Mike Talbot series' are pretty much mutually exclusive. I had read the available Zombie Fallout books first, and expected this series to be the adventures of young Mike before the zombies. I couldn't have been wronger.
It seems as if Mark Tufo had several completely different adventures that he imagined himself in over the years, and now he has stuck Mike Talbot in his place, (hey, I just noticed they even have the same initials) and is writing them up. I think that is way cool, especially since I have a similar situation inside my own head, but I'm not writing about mine.
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