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The word lighthearted doesn’t usually come to mind when we think of the zombie apocalypse, but Sean Runnette does a skillful job balancing humor with horror in this audio edition, which makes for an entertaining stroll with the walking dead. When a new vaccine against the latest incarnation of the H1N1 turns the majority of the population into flesh-eating monsters, blue collar Colorado family man and survivalist Michael Talbot—along with his family and an eclectic group of neighbors from the small gated community of Little Turtle—is forced to fight for his life against an ever-growing hoard of the living dead. Runnette gives Talbot a dry, I-knew-this-was-going-to-happen-to-me-someday attitude that captures the wry spirit of Tufo’s prose. This provides a welcome departure from the doom and gloom of most zombie tales, and Runnette wrings plenty of chuckles from the material. Still, the narrator doesn’t forget that this is an apocalyptic horror story, making sure there are plenty of chills and thrills along the way. A CreateSpace paperback

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"Working as both straight up survival fiction and comedy, Mark Tufo's FALLOUT is a gory, laugh out loud tale of a community of heroes, cowards and misfits struggling against zombies. Tufo's unlikely hero is one of the funniest and most endearing characters I've seen in zombie fiction." - Craig DiLouie, author of TOOTH AND NAIL and THE INFECTION

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  • File Size: 2374 KB
  • Print Length: 328 pages
  • Publisher: DevilDog Press LLC; 3 edition (January 16, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 16, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003A022YO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #972 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Mark Tufo was born in Boston Massachusetts. He attended UMASS Amherst where he obtained a BA and later joined the US Marine Corp. He was stationed in Parris Island SC, Twenty Nine Palms CA and Kaneohe Bay Hawaii. After his tour he went into the Human Resources field with a worldwide financial institution and has gone back to college at CTU to complete his masters.

He has written the Indian Hill trilogy with the first Indian Hill - Encounters being published for the Amazon Kindle in July 2009. He has since written the Zombie Fallout series and is working on a new zombie book.

He lives in Maine with his wife, three kids and two English bulldogs. Visit him at marktufo.com or http://zombiefallout.blogspot.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mark-Tufo/133954330009843 for news on his next two installments of the Indian Hill trilogy and upcoming installments of the Zombie Fallout series.

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249 of 249 people found the following review helpful By M. Sexton on February 9, 2015
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I read a lot. I have ever since before I could read all of the words I came across, and yet I read voraciously. As an adult, I've read a lot of post-apocalyptic and zombie literature. A LOT. Probably more than a well-adjusted and productive person should. I've read well-written, thought-provoking books, and I've read hastily thrown together e-novellas that seemed to be more of an idea than an actual story. Nothing in this genre has ever both immediately intrigued me AND made me laugh out loud. NONE. This is a talented writer. I have a feeling I would gladly read his tech reviews. And I HATE tech reviews.
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252 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Vix Kirkpatrick on August 3, 2012
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If you like horror or zombie (fiction) then you will love this book/series.

When reading the reviews I loved this comment from one fan "I get a sneaky suspicion that in 20 years' time we'll all be talking Romero vs. Tufo"; the fact that in the UK alone he has 140+ and USA is 575+ tells you what a great book this is.

Mark Tufo introduces you to a family struggling to survive during the apocalypse, the love shown amongst them really marks this out as a "more than horror book", it also has SO many other elements to it.

It is written from Mike Talbots PoV, with some other diary entries thrown in for good fun, his wife, Tracey, especially makes me giggle. It is not purely a diary/journal though, so don't be put off.

The humour is a large part of the story; the Talbotisms really guide you through some of the most horrific descriptions of the start of ZomPoc that I have ever read.

The scares and horror scenes are, unfortunately, all too believable and the route of initial infection is personally terrifying.

Many times you are left on tender hooks as the Tufo family seems to get/put themselves into some very butt clenching scenarios. As others join the group this seems to multiply as Talbot has a way of antagonising people!

The climax to this first book is pantwettingly scary; Eliza is in a realm of her own.

It's hard to say more without giving the story away, particularly as I know how it progresses through the next 6 books, and onto Lycan Fallout.

As a side note, Mark Tufo is very involved with his fans and enables you to comment and ask questions on Facebook his page, often having random Unfair Competitions of the day to win all sorts of stuff you never knew you REALLY wanted.
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271 of 273 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 8, 2015
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First and foremost, this book was FREE! With that being said, it is a great book. I laughed at all of the dialog and first person commentary, whether said out loud or internally. The primary first person thought process was hilarious and real. As for the many reviews B!+ h!ng about poor editing or spelling... this is writen as a journal and many, MANY, people are poor spellers, but also remember... This Book Is FREE! Quit complaining. Many authors are suffering through poor editors and less than steller editing. This is a great zombie book, that not only addresses the loss of community, loss of friends/family, choices and decisions (whether good or bad), but also throws in how people adjust to these changes. Some people freeze, some take charge; others crack emotionally and/or mentally, and some that capitalize on being sick and/or depraved; there are people who want to blame others, while others want to control others; there are leaders and then followers; there are characters you can't help but like and others you'd love to throw out for the zombies to feast on; but on top of it all there are those moments where we could become lost in our own thoughts, and yet those moments where a hilariously funny/sick thought might cross our minds. It's all in this story, which by the way, is a full size novel. It could be a stand alone, but would leave you wanting to know... did they all live happily ever after or what tragedy was awaiting them next. I loved the humor and my son had to know what was making his mom laugh so hard tears were streaming down my face. I would read him a clip and watch him start laughing just as hard. It's a zombie story that starts with a CDC rushed 'ooops,' in a plausible scenario. It evolves into community survival and family survival.Read more ›
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235 of 236 people found the following review helpful By Mike on February 5, 2015
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I love zombie books, all kinds. My kindle is full of them, World War Z, The MorningStar Strain, Day by Day Armageddon, even on set in England, which is weird because fighting zombies without guns is probably my worst nightmare! That being said Mark Tufo is AMAZING!!! The first chapter had me hooked and I'm still on the edge of my seat after 8 books. He even broke me out of my zombie kick with his other series (which are written just as well as this, and feature many of the same characters in different worlds/universes/timelines/whatever.). I recommend this series to anyone I talk to that has any interest in reading, and many who have started are now geeking out with me.
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233 of 234 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine09 on April 3, 2012
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I like the charactor development in this edition of the series. I think tufo is planning on using the b list characters from the earlier books a bit more in the future and I like that..I can't help but like mrs d, I know she is as evil as they come but she has to be like a spy or something lol.. I do hope he uses more of bt in the next though.. And i am really sad that Tommie is gone, I know some of him is left but he was one of my favorite cheractors from the beginning. Anyhow... the end? That was the only part that lost me.. I don't buy it lol.. No way.. All in all It's another great book. Finnished it in 2 days, with two children under 7 running freely around my house lol.. That's how good it really was.
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