The mountain man is a good zombie story but doesn't really offer anything new. The narration is OK, although the characters were all delivered in ..Show More »a very similar way. Definitely take a break between each book otherwise it's a struggle!
Well, i really love R.C. Brays reading so i liked this book alot more than if i had read it physically.
The first book was rather great. Ther..Show More »e was human interaction and believable action. This one however features Gus as Tom Hanks in "Cast Away" with his very own Wilson to talk to.
I found it rather boring at times and my mind driftet off elsewhere while R.C. Bray so excellently read the words out loud.
The ending was abit confusing as well. Did Gus die, since book 3 does not involve him, or do we get more Gus in book 4? I really didnt like the Scott character so i dont feel like listening to book 3 either. Currently busy with the Survival series from A. American, and was very pleased with "The Second After" amongst other good listens.
After book 2 which I found to be pretty poor I was undecided if I should go for Halifax. In the end Im glad I did. Its not that book 2 did not have it..Show More »s good parts, but it was the constant repitition that at times made it unbearable. Some editing would make it a much better book. This book, Halifax,, thankfully suffered less from repitition but could have still done with some more editing to cut out some of the dead wood. Having said that its a good story that rolls along at a pace, with some very good characterisation.