A Mayhem-Filled Zombie Story
A zombie story through and through with a lot of other elements that lots of people would enjoy. You’ve got mayhem throughout and all of the things that come with mayhem.
Planet of the Dead was one of those stories that I didn’t know I was going to enjoy. Sure, I love zombie books as much as the next guy – but I just didn’t know going into it. Well, I loved it and had a blast flying through this book.
Flowers way of skipping from person to person explaining the story from their viewpoints really made this so easy to read. Even if you didn’t like a person or a point of view – you knew it was going to move on to another person soon after.
Bouncing from person to person can be hard to follow but I thought that Gregory did a great job tying everything together with good narration. Every one and a while I find him to be a little too… flat in his narration (no ups or downs depending on the pace of the story for example) but nothing that would turn me away from another book narrated by him. It’s hard to add that to the story without over-acting the part.
Overall, an enjoyable zombie book by a great author. Planet of the Dead – what’s not to love?
Also, let’s take a second to enjoy the cover art on this. Well done and thought out – this one definitely had my attention before I knew anything about it.
Planet of the Dead by Thomas S. Flowers
Narrator: Rick Gregory
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
Published by Self Publised on March 30th 2018
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, Zombie
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From the author of Feast and Reinheit comes a new chapter in horror....
Planet of the Dead.
News reports speak of mass panic and violence spreading across the globe. Negligent leaders hide behind misinformation. But in an age of paranoia and suspicion, who can say what is true anymore? Struggling to survive against a sweeping epidemic that has engulfed the planet, survivors will have to make hard choices in a world that no longer makes sense.
Live. Die. Or become one of the undead.
I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.