- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 14 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: E. E. Isherwood
- Audible.com Release Date: October 5, 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LX3CX2D
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Since the Sirens: Sirens of the Zombie Apocalypse, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The two main protagonists - a teenage boy and his 104 year old great grandmother, are excellently rendered as believable as can be during a zombie apocalypse.
The relative age difference between the teen and his great-grandmother allows for excellent playing off the way they each respond to the situations they find themselves in.
I only can hope that I would be able to approach a similar situation with as much aplomb as Marty (grand mother).
The normal zombie apocalypse usually has adults as the protagonists resulting in not much room for personal growth. In this novel you get to see that growth and the dawning realization of ones personal responsibilities to others.
A bang-up read that leaves you wanting to read more!
This turned out to be a little different than I expected. I'm still not sure what my feelings are on where the author is taking the story. Grandma's visions were very much out there and I'm a little unsure on whether I like that turn of events or not!! I might have to read book 2 to really see what I think.
Anyway, the overall plot was ok. The Zombie apocalypse happens and catches everyone by surprise and Liam and his grandma have to find a safe haven. Nothing really new there but still enjoyable to read. It wasn't exactly a fast paced, intense read but it played out fairly well. I wasn't bored, which is always good and it held my attention till the end!!
Character wise, I liked Liam and thought he was believable. He is a typical teen!! When the Zombie outbreak happens, it takes him a while to believe it and then his first thoughts are for himself till he finally remembers his great grandma. Even then, while he would never leave her behind, he does plan a "what if" situation and a "could I" situation. "What if" the zombies attack, grandma cant run, "could I" leave her? etc. I think most teenagers would think the same.
In all, this was a good story with likable characters. It's not a gory, action packed zombie read, but enjoyable non the less. It's very much a YA Zombie read!!
*I received this for free via Audiobook boom. This in no way affected or influenced my thoughts.*
The bad guys are just bad for no apparent reason, but if you want a fast-paced zombie book, this one delivers.
However, the best part of this story is that it doesn't leverage curse words. I am not a prude but I always feel that authors insert language in stories way beyond what is justified. This author went the other direction. You rarely see any In Since The Sirens and, for me, showed the author's ability to craft a tail using nothing but good story telling.
Great job and keep the books coming. You have a new fan!!!
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