Review: Zombie Fallout 6: ‘Til Death Do Us Part

Zombie Fallout 6: 'Til Death Do Us PartZombie Fallout 6: ‘Til Death Do Us Part by Mark Tufo

Read by Sean Runnette

4 of 5 stars

*I received a free copy of this audiobook from Audiobookreviwer.com

Zombie Fallout book 5 left us hanging on a brutal cliffhanger; Michael Talbot lying dead in the middle of the street. I assumed he wasn’t going to die, but I did not know what Mark Tufo had in store for the half-vamp. Anxious to finish what was an incomplete story in book 5, I put in my headphones and listened to Sean Runnette tell the next chapter of the Talbot Mythos.
Mike Talbot jumps to his feet and yells, “I’m back!” Then he quickly, or as quickly as a man who was just dead could, runs for cover. He was told a secret while he was dead—I’ll spare the details as it’s much more enjoyable to experience the beginning, rather than be told what happens— and now that he’s back, he will stop Eliza and show her followers the error of their ways. They should never have come after his loved ones. While BT, Gary, and Deneaux are making their way back to Maine in hopes of making a difference in the upcoming battle; Mike comes across a young woman held captive in the back of a Big Rig. Her name is Azile and she has goals very similar to Mike’s, she wants to kill Eliza. With a truck to drive, and his new friend in tow, he makes his way to his family.

Sean Runnette did a very good job, as usual. He just works for this author, his voice clicks with Mike & Co. The production quality was good and there was no background noise or echoing. This narrator always gives a good performance.

Overall a pretty good book, however, this series is on a downswing. Though I liked this one better than five, which didn’t have an ending, it was very slow. In my opinion, the plot was stale until about ¾ of the way through. Yes, that is when all the really good action starts, but it’s also when the whole group gets back together, and that is when Tufo is at his best. The banter and love between Mike and all his friends are what carries this series, when they are separated from one another I feel myself being pulled from the story. I’m hoping the whole gang stays together for the next installment.

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