No, but I would If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? I bought this to try a new zombie series, and it was recommended by Mark Tufo, and I love Tufo's books Well Armand is sicker than Mark.. That is some Horrific stuff right there I am moving on to Darlene Bobich: This is a good story though, even with the freaky zombies I like the character of Randy Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend?
Yes, but this may not be the book for those with a delicate sense of morals. What was one of the most memorable moments of Highway to Hell? She was told to take Paul and old sick man that would soon be dead out to be "taken care of.
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Berry is sent to retrieve Darlene and they are cut off from the group. What does Jack Wallen, Jr. Jack is the Master of voices. He always amazes me with his talent to portray a character. His timing is excellent and each voice has a distinct characteristic trait. His range is so broad it boggles the mind. Hold on to your britches,it's going to be a bumpy ride.
Armand is a very devoted and talented writer. He creates worlds; you fell like you are a part of the action. It doesn't matter what genre he is writing in. Every element is done with such precise calculation and detail that world he creates seems real. The story presents a unique twist on zombie fiction that is not for the faint of heart. It creates a universe that was intriguing and terrifying. The two issues I have with this story are the character development and the narrator. It's hard to get into a story when you don't have a character to really root for, and honestly the bad narration probably had something to do with my lack of interest in the characters.
The narrator was simply awful and ruins the audio version of this story. His attempts at female voices were a cross between laughable and off putting plus he tends to over emphasize certain words for no reason or uses an oddly breathy tone.. I am going to try one more book in the series BUT I won't be going for the audiobook version unless there is a change in narrators. I really enjoyed this zombie story so different then any other zombie story i have listen to.
I'm new to whole zombie world. In the last six months, I've read maybe a couple dozen books featuring zombies of every flavor - fast zombies, slow zombies, thinking zombies, whatever -- and after a while, yeah, you get to thinking, well, it's a zombie book so it'll be like the other zombie books I've read.
Sadly enough, you get comfortable with the idea of human beings turning into flesh-eating monsters. You almost want to take one home and try to make it all better. Then, you open up Highway to Hell by Armand Rosamilia. And it's a whole new zombie world out there, my jaded zombie-loving friends. You're about to get your butt kicked. Rosamilia makes his zombies not only monsters who need "braaaaains" to survive, they rape their victims as well. And some of them are fast moving. And they're getting smarter.
And Rosamilia's survivors aren't your typical zombie fighters, either. One ragtag teenager named Randy who through dumb luck has survived the zombies, and one hard-core, tough cookie named Becca. And a few other characters who you really aren't prepared for, no matter what a hardcase you think you are.
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All those nasty things we deal with in real life, Rosamilia added them to the horror of a world filled with flesh-eating zombies. Rape, betrayal, victimization, old age, heart break, if it hurts, Rosamilia threw it in. Imagine fighting the zombie apocalypse when you're a coward. That's Randy's little piece of hell on earth.
Becca is a girl with a need for something to blunt the pain but she has lousy taste in men. And the zombies aren't just frightening, they're absolute jerks.
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I mean, go ahead and eat my flesh, but did you have to rape me? Seriously, those darned zombies have just gotten out of control. And that's the joy of this book. So much is out of control. You are not going to doze off reading Highway to Hell. You might slip into shock, if you're a delicate sort, but if you're a real hard-core horror fan? You're going to be in heaven. Zombies have always facinated me. I love the new inventful ways writers find to set their work apart from the rest.
And Armand is one of the best that I've had the pleasure to read. The characters in this book are facinating and all their own. Becca, Randy, and Darlene are lively entertainment as their adventures in a zombie filled world ensues.
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There is no lack of gore and violence. I would even say there is an ever flowing river of blood and hanging flesh to satisfy any zombie fan. Although if you don't like sexual innuendos you probably shouldn't read this book. All in all I loved it and can't wait to read more about this zombie world Armand has imagined. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful.
Zombie fiction presents an ideal opportunity for authors to give us their best shots at the worst of mankind. Rosamilia's very twisted take on the Zombie gives us the best of what we might expect, and in a Tarantino-esque, Grindhouse fashion, delivers the gross-out by the truckload. That doesn't mean it is wall to wall gore.
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There is a strong story here, but it knows what it is, and makes no apologies for making even hardened zombie enthusiasts feel a little icky. Isn't that the point of stories about rotting corpses that want to rape, eat, and kill you? In a genre where zombies have become sympathetic victims, romantic interests, and even "good guys," Highway to Hell goes back the roots of zombie rot, and even manages to make our favorite undead baddies even more disgusting.
This is a refreshing, beautifully written, original story that will leave you wanting to shower. I'm not a big fan of zombie stories, but decided to try this one. I'm glad I did.
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While the zombies themselves are pretty much the standard for most things written about them, and have little relationship to the concept of zombies started in the Carribean, the living characters are well written and far more believable than in most stories. They make mistakes, but resonable and understandable ones,and behave like sensible, survival oriented people in a dangerous world.
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