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Posted February 10, 2014
Going into an audiobook, for me, with expectations is a dangerous thing. Almost setting it up to fail without even knowing that, and I think I did that here. Road to Nowhere I found to be slow-moving, juvenile, easy listening (Meaning nothing disturbing) and a bit on the bland side. The biggest part of the story is John Doe trying to figure out who and what he was, while dealing with a world that doesn't seem right. As always a band of survivors forms and they travel the contaminated world seeking answers. The "zombies" here were referred to as Kurus, which made sense, just not what I wanted, they were essentially people turned psychotic that could smell you out. Even though this was not my favorite find in the genre I will keep my ears open to my stories by Argus as I think he could make something amazing.
Audiobook provided for review by the publisher.
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