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Etna Station

Zombie Fallout, Book 11
Auteur(s): Mark Tufo
Narrateur(s): Sean Runnette
Série: Zombie Fallout, Livre 11
Durée: 11 h et 5 min
5 out of 5 stars (28 évaluations)

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Getting to Etna Station is all that matters. 

With the world rapidly collapsing around them, Mike and company make a desperate trek to reach what they believe to be a safe haven. Can they outrun the demons that chase them? Will they succumb to Knox and his tyrannical army or Payne, a revenge-bent vampire? New friends will be made along the way while some old ones will fall. If they make it, will it be all they hoped or just another nightmare?

©2018 Mark Tufo (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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The Best so far!

I don't know what was more enjoyable the laughter for the tears from the laughter!

  • Au global
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Great mix of Humor and Zombie fun.

Have loved the entire series. Character Talbot is easy to love! Great book , great characters and humor and suspense.

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can't wait for the next book

cuz you got to fill in all those fuzzy spots that don't make sense right now , so in the next book I hope it all comes together

besides that I really enjoyed the book I laughed I cried but I want so much more, but keep up the great work , oh and Sean for narrating is awesome.

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  • Tracy P.
  • 2018-06-22

ONLY GETS BETTER & BETER! BOOK 12, PLEASE!!!

I cannot get enough of this series! The nonstop, explicative graphic zombie action is nothing less than electric!
After listening to every book in this series to date, I feel like I know each character personally. I am in awe at Tufo's ability to so masterfully develop numerous strong characters in a way which makes it effortless for the listener to become emotionally invested in each one, friends and foes alike. It goes without saying, that Henry and his posse are revered!

The nonstop humor, (often during horrific situations) is mesmerizing! Sometimes I am terrified during a life and death situation which is happening, and then Talbot, Mrs. Deneaux, or BT will do or say something so hysterical, & off-the-cuff that I am then falling out of my seat laughing so hard it hurts. (Sending extra props to Henry, who steals the show with his riotous antics)

Talbot uses humor as a coping mechanism to help keep him going under such horrific, unimaginable circumstances. I SO get it! Sometimes if you don't laugh, you'll cry. The humor keeps them going. With all their losses and hardships, I say bring on the yuks!

Psyched to find out what happens with the Talbot clan, and their handful of vengeful haters in book 12!

Thanks, for another reality busting ride, Mr. Tufo!

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  • Melanie
  • 2018-05-27

I haven't laughed this hard in so long....

I had forgotten how awesome it is to read fresh ZF. I just honestly think Mark Tufo is at his funniest in this series. And as much as I love rereading them reading it for the first time....oh my! It's so great. I know people think I'm crazy laughing so hard. Reading these books honestly make my life better, they just help me blow off steam.

It's another great zombie book by Mark Tufo. What more can I say?

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  • Kelly J Delaney
  • 2019-02-21

More “witty” banter

14 hours of back and forth. Over engineered story telling. Needless dialog. The story is about 5 books long in the tooth. The story is written with a drama club schtick. The mindless “oh you” moments grate on the listener.

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  • Jordan Imhoff
  • 2018-06-15

Another 5 star book and performance

I’ve listened to every book in and related to this story / character. Simply put... its amazing. Normally, some choice expletives would need to be used to describe the pure awesomeness, but I think you get the idea. If you’ve read the previous installations, you already know you need to read/ listen to this one. But if you haven’t, start from the beginning and enjoy the rich characters, the hilarious adventures, and the sad moments that come with every great story set in the zombie apocalypse. While I don’t know the author personally, I’ve travelled some similar paths after he was there, and supporting him is the main reason I even pay for audible. Cheers Mark. Thanks for keeping the story so enjoyable. Can’t wait for more!

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  • Sean O Utley
  • 2019-03-22

I want my credit back

Awful. What a waste of an Audible credit. Zombies and vampires and bears? You’re kidding me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2018-11-27

stale zombie fights

Story is starting to get a little thin. Let's hope Etna station can refresh the story going forward.

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  • Brian D
  • 2018-10-24

Rants

overall story was good, but sometimes it feels like Mike rants too much. it's great for character building but it gets annoying at times when the story starts picking up then Mike extinguishes the build up by having a 5-10 min rant in between.

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  • George
  • 2018-07-14

A bit whinning

a bit repetitive on this "horrible image will be burn in to his memory for all eternity". And that last epilogue, was it thrown in to get your word count up? I hope this is his last book to this series. I've enjoy Tufo's books over the years but he need to let this series die rather than it become a rotting decomposing zombie that just won't die.

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  • Brian M
  • 2018-07-14

Really weak story with a bad ending

Story starts off ok and deals with a human villain that offers no real challenge or threat and nothing new or even believable as to why the villain cares so much about Mike. The return of Payne was interesting but that went nowhere too and the ending was an abrupt... Nothingness with no resolution and no direction on what is coming next. This book was the weakest of the series so far.

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  • sienna
  • 2018-06-21

Love the series, but I still think he's rambling!

I'm a pretty die hard Fallout fan, but between books 10 & 11 Mike's flashbacks, random tangents, and overall irrelevant inner dialogue has become a bit... much. Don't get me wrong, I love how random his thought process can be. I just think there's a fine line between witty humor regarding a particular situation, and rambling about nothing as we pause between two action EVERY FEW SECONDS. I'd grow increasingly more impatient with every side story from childhood...
Definitely NOT a reason not to read. Still very much so a happy Fallout addict. Just want more action in the NOW and maybe shorter or fewer childhood anecdotes.

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