During a Zombie breakout who are you going to call?
Zombie Exterminators Book #2
Narrator: Ian McEuen
Length: 3 hours 30 minutes
Publisher: Grivante Press⎮2017
Genre: Horror, Action/Adventure
Series: The Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminators, Book 2
Release date: Oct. 30, 2017
Synopsis: The Zee Brothers suit up for their second adventure. This time answering the call from a local charter school that fears they may have an outbreak amongst their students.
The brothers find themselves trapped inside the school, with no weapons, scared children and a host of hungry and toxic undead.
They improvise with the help of the school lunch lady and a rather intelligent young student to try and stop the toxic infection from getting out of hand. The aftermath leads Jonah, Judas and JJ to a small farm on the outside of town, where they find the cause of the outbreak with mysterious links to the brother’s past.
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The Zombie Exterminators series is fun and entertaining for anyone seeking a good hearty laugh. It’s uniquely hilarious! The Zee brothers always crack me up in every sense of the word with their personalities and quirks.
Narrated by: Ian McEuen
- Narrator-Story Connection: 8/10
Ian McEuen does a good job of being fully immersed in the story, characters and narration throughout the book.
- Voice Quality: 8/10
This is purely subjective on my part. The narrator has a decent voice and I didn’t have any issues here.
- Voice Switch Over: 9/10
I gave high marks for this one because the voice of the Zee brothers is what drew me into this story. It’s goofy, but there’s definite skill here that I appreciated throughout both books.
- Jonah and Judah were my favorites, with Judah probably being the most hilarious.
- Other notables: JJ, Nantucket were also memorable.
- Pacing 8/10
Good pacing throughout the series. I’m sure it’s harder than it seems, so I gave the narrator a nod on this one.
- Emphasis 10/10
High marks for emphasis while portraying each character. This was spot on and brought out more of the humorous tone of the story.
- Reader-Story Connection 8/10
The narrator does an excellent job of drawing you into the story. The only reason I gave a lower mark was because of a particular scene I didn’t like, but other than that, it left a good impression.
- Sound Quality: 7/10
Publisher: Grivante Press
The sound quality wasn’t bad by any means, but it could go a notch. I could hear some background filtering through.
- Overall Performance: 8/10
About the Author: Grivante
Grivante writes sci-fi, fantasy, horror and post-apocalyptic fiction with a writing style that bounces between comedy and action-packed horror, most often mixing together to create things like Zombie Omelets and Spleen Soup.
He is best known for his Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminator series, a comedic horror series that both celebrates and pokes fun at everything that makes zombie pop culture cool.
His publishing company Grivante Press focuses on publishing page-turning speculative fiction.
He loves things like George Romero’s “Of The Dead” movies and Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” and feels there are many authors telling those types of stories well. He’ll leave that type of story telling to them and keep focused on the weird gonzo-action filled tales he likes to write and his readers like to read!
About the Narrator: Ian McEuen
Bred in a test tube in a far distant future, Ian is a prototype never meant for mass production. A rare genetic hybrid of opera singer, actor, narrator, rock vocalist, and electronic music producer, he travelled back in time to join forces with Earth’s last and best hope: the underpaid, under-appreciated, and oft misunderstood writers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Since then, he has narrated over 20 audiobooks, voiced characters in video games and cartoons, and melted many a face with his powerful vocals.