Allison Hewitt Is Trapped by Madeleine Roux
Genre: Horror, Zombie
Number of Pages: 352
Narrator: Piper Goodeve
Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
Series: Zombie #1
Links to: Goodreads, Library Thing , and Author WebsiteReading Challenges: 2014 Seriously Series
"One woman's story as she blogs - and fights back - the zombie apocalypse"
Allison Hewitt and her five colleagues at the Brooks and Peabody Bookstore are trapped together when the zombie outbreak hits. Allison reaches out for help through her blog, writing on her laptop and utilizing the military's emergency wireless network (SNET). It may also be her only chance to reach her mother. But as the reality of their situation sinks in, Allison's blog becomes a harrowing account of her edge-of-the-seat adventures (with some witty sarcasm thrown in) as she and her companions fight their way through ravenous zombies and sometimes even more dangerous humans.
Listened/Read for Fun (Audible/Paper Copy)
Tracking Books Read Review (Short)
Overall Rating: 3.50
Story Rating: 3.50
Character Rating: 3.50
Audio Rating: 3.50 (not part of the overall rating)
First Thought when Finished: Allison Hewitt is Trapped was a fun listen that finally made it off my TBR stack!
Overall Thoughts: This book has been on my TBR for quite awhile so I broke down and bought the audio version so that I could get to it. It was so fun! I thought Madeleine did a fantastic job at building the world and making it something that I could actually see happening. Allison was a great leading character that made root for her all the way. The thing I loved the most is that these characters were real. There was no big burly superheroes that busted in and saved the day. There were real people fighting to stay alive. There were lives lost, loves started, hardships dealt with, and quests to find loved ones. It was just a great read!
Narrated By Piper Goodeve / Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
Piper did a good job with the voice for Allison but I thought the pacing was a little off in the beginning. Whether that was the story or the narration, it was something that I noticed. I haven’t listened to Piper before but I would listen to her again.
Final Thought: Yeah for knocking one off the TBR Shelf and it being worth the money spent!
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