In this epic third installment of What Zombies Fear, Victor Tookes is no longer content to sit back and watch the world go to the hell. The Gathering starts Victor's quest to rid the planet of the zombie plague once and for all. The first step of the plan is to build a team capable of carrying out the impossible. The heroes make an emergency trip to Charlotte, fighting zombies and raiders every step of the way. Once they get back to Virginia, Victor, Marshall, and John build a train designed to be unstoppable, a train that can carry them all the way to southern California and back. And yet with each stop they make, the areas are too quiet. Where have all the zombies gone?
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At Last - The Elephant in the room is recognized!!
Would you try another book from Kirk Allmond and Laura Bretz and/or Victor Bevine?
Possibly. Either their writing has improved greatly since the first book or my expectation has lowered enough to happy listening to the story.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Once I allowed myself to be OK with superheros and talking zombies I thought that aspect was a nice change. I did not like how the characters could kill thousands of zombies one second and then run from 10 the next.
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
It was ok. I had some difficulty with knowing which character was talking because they all sounded similar.
Do you think What Zombies Fear 3: The Gathering needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes.- there already is one. Author has found his steam and there is more story to tell.
Any additional comments?
Considerable improvement from the first few books.