Timothy lived a life only a psychopathic sociopath could enjoy and understand. When he was bitten on the first day of the zombie-apocalypse he turned the tides on a single-minded virus he affectionately called Hugh. Together they terrorized a city before seemingly meeting their untimely demise. Nobody could have foreseen his resurrection. Tim's close call with death has done nothing to temper his missions in life, to live, to eat and to rule the world.
Tim is back and he's an asshole.
©2013 Mark Tufo (P)2013 Mark Tufo
Yes. I think Mark Tufo's books are great and Sean Runnette does a brilliant job on all of the other books I've listened to.
`Yes I would recommend it to a friend. It would have to be someone with a sick sense of humor though.
I like Sean reading as Mike Talbot so listening to him read as Timothy was a bit confusing at times because I don't think his voice suited this particular role. I think I would have enjoyed this book a bit more if I had read it on kindle instead
No I don't think there should be another book. The story is not one that can keep going in my opinion. Unlike the zombie fallout books which keep getting better and better
"WOW! What an odd mind."
Mark Tufo has an odd imagination. He is soooo twisted. I don't know how a normal person comes up with this stuff. With that said, I love the book. It is a guilty pleasure. I don't want anyone I know to think I like this book(haha). It is the most disgusting and disturbing thing I have ever listened to, but I couldn't stop listening! He does an amazing job with the main character, Tim. I have to hate him, but I can't help but hope he will do something redeeming. This book is DEFINETLY not for the squeamish. There were times I had to take a break and let my stomach settle, but I always came back for more!!!
"Tim is the perfect evil anti-hero!"
Sick, Nasty Fun!
Tim....because he's a giant zombie clown with no sentimentality or morals, and a dark sense of humour.
Sean Runette is one of my favourite narrators. Just as he breathed life into Michael Talbot, so he does with Tim.
Yes, but I didn't because I wanted it to last! Rooting for Tim to prevail is like finding a Miley Cyrus song that you like....a guilty pleasure that makes you feel a little dirty for enjoying it so much!
Will mark tufo grace us with a 3rd installment of the Timothy saga, or was Tim's fate left to our imagination?!? Either way, I'm good with it. It ended in the right place. We'll done, as usual, Mark Tufo!
Wow - Wow
I can not express how crazy it would be to see into Mark Tufo's Mind!!
Another excellent listen - Sean Runnette - I love his narrations -
Tim2 goes further beyond what Timothy was - what a story!! You will not be disappointed - I love Tim Tim but I also wanted to see an end to his crazy madness!! I felt for the victims - but laughed histerically at the crack addicts expirience - -
Mark Tufo - what can I say - you never dissapoint <3
"Tufo's Tim is just as disturbing as ever"
I actually got to do it all in one day on a long drive.
The plot, the descriptions, the action, all of it was one gorefest after another.
Eating, really it all comes down to the buffet
Well there was an epic bowel movement. I mean a Zombie eats and eats and eats all that flesh, something has to happen to it eventually. Tufo is the first author to go there; except maybe a truely wacko proctologist. Does that count?
"THE FIRST THING TO GO IN AN APOCALYPSE ARE MANNERS"
THERE'S GOT TO BE STARVING ZOMBIES IN AFRICA
This is a sequel, but also a stand alone. Book one is shorter and I liked it better. I suggest you try it and if you like it get this. This is also very good, so don't hesitate to get if it is on sale and your are not bothered by profanity, grossness, fecal matter type of jokes, torture and weirdness. Despite a small lag in the middle and a very thin plot, I was entertained and enjoyed listening. The language and situations are very dark and gross, so do not attempt if this bothers you.
Timothy the main character was a Ahole before the apocalypse and now he is even worse. This is first person or first hybrid Zombie. I like books that come out you from the view point of the bad guy, pretty rare. It is dark, with several jokes or puns. Not a constant laugh out loud, but I did chuckle often.
BAD PUN INTENDED
I am usually not a fan of Sean Runnette, but this was written with him in mind. At least it sounds like that. His timing his perfect and it sounded like he enjoyed reading this. He makes the listening better than the reading.
"Awesomely gruesome & embarrassingly funny!"
Yes I would! It was gory, scary, gruesome, appalling, and I found myself laughing even when it felt so very wrong.
Yes it did. There was constantly something new; some new and completely unbelievable situation that Tim, or someone he was chasing, got into.
His narration is awesome!!!! He added so much to the story that I KNOW would be missing if I read it for myself. The excitement, the verocity, the embarrassment... every emotion or inflection or reaction possible was thoroughly expressed by Mr. Runnette. I think he could read the dictionary and I would be hooked.
It made me laugh. I had the foolish idea of listening to it in one ear while I was at work and found myself either going "eeeewwww" or laughing out loud throughout the whole book.
I loved both books but I honestly think Sean Runette made this an awesome experience.
"Such An Evil Book!!!!"
Timmy is such an evil creation!!! All the way through this book am thinking how emil this guy is how the hell can he do all of that...
Mark Tufo is a great author, and he did something that I haven't seen in other books yet, he wrote a zombie's perspective of things, and its scary..
I have enjoyed, but i have to go back to my therapy sessions now!!! am late for them!!! Bye!!!!
"Love this dark trip into insanity!!!!!!!"
Already have........twice!!!!!! Love the demented twist on the zombie theme!!!!!!
Non stop trip through the nightmare of being in a psychopath's mind!!!!!!
All of them!!!!!!
Yes Yes Yes
As long as Mark and Sean stay together and keep bringing people like Mike into my life......all is great!!!!!!
"Creepy but a Great book"
I loved the end of it cant really tell you with out giving it away but the end was awesome
I have listen to sean rennette do some other audio books for mark tufo and could not image a tufo book with out rennette
Its a mark tufo book you wont be disappointed
I had no idea how he could start tim2 after the first book ended but it was a good way to start it and the hole book was interesting read tim just loves to get in trouble
"If clowns weren't scary enough"
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Tim 2 was one of the most gruesome, disturbing and genuinely horrifying audiobooks I have ever listened to and I loved every second of it. Tim 2 picks up moments after the end of Timothy and has much of the same feel only more of everything. Only his body died at the end of the first audiobook and now Timothy finds himself with way more control over Hugh this time around. This next installment is really a combination of two separate but joined stories. First is Timothy terrorizing survivors of the zombie apocalypse which was completely heinous in itself. Then there is the story of the internal strife between Timothy and Hugh and Clarence, for a bit anyways, all Hugh seems to care about is eating and eating more trying to quench is hunger. While Timothy is much more interested in scaring the crap out of Hugh's future meals, sewing a face over his, painted as a clown, with filed teeth and he just won't die, think about it.. The struggle between them is quite humorous and entertaining. Tufo ended the story in a smart way that seemed like this tale is over, but you just never know, going to hard to say goodbye. Oh, and the was no Micheal Talbot appearance and it was not needed. If you enjoyed the first audiobook of this duo, listening to Tim 2 is a no brainer, you will not be disappointed.
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