World War Z Audiobook

World War Z Audiobook

What is World War Z audiobook about?

World War Z audiobook came perilously near to annihilating humankind. Max Brooks journeyed across the USA  and around the globe, from shattered towns that formerly lived in harmony with more than 30 million inhabitants to the most isolated and hostile parts of the earth, propelled by the necessity of retaining the first-hand experiences of the survived individual.  He documented the testimonies of adults and children who got into a fight with life during that horrible period. World War Z audiobook eloquently captures the intensity of terror and tragedy, as well as the unbreakable spirit of fight, that seized humankind during the pandemic years.

In World War Z audiobook, the zombie pandemic begins slowly and steadily, as all outbreaks do. China is experiencing a small zombie pandemic, which is spreading around the world via numerous pathways. Many states dismiss reports of the dead rising from the grave with an insatiable appetite for human meat, while others, like Israel, consider the consequences seriously and have begun to fortify their boundaries. However, due to a lack of knowledge and protective efforts, the zombie tide does not last long. Before anybody knows it, the zombie masses have swept across the planet, gnawing, clawing, and destroying everything in their path. In World War Z audiobook free, Governments employ safety precautions, but their military was unfamiliar with their new adversary, resulting in deadly confrontations.

In short, World War Z audiobook free recounts a hypothetical breakout of the Solanum virus in China around the 2000s. It depicts the impacts of a zombie attack on the social, economic, political, cultural, technical, and ecological levels. It was a race against the clock to avert a zombie apocalypse that was weakening militaries and nations and threatening to destroy humankind itself.

Who is the narrator of World War Z audiobook?

Max Brooks wrote World War Z audiobook.

Maximillian Michael Brooks was born on May 22, 1972. He is a novelist and actor from the United States. He is the son of Mel Brooks, a comedic director, and Anne Bancroft, an actress. Brooks’s literature is mostly about zombies. He is a senior at West Point’s Modern War Institute.

Brooks went to Crossroads High School in Santa Monica, California. He graduated in history from Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He also went to university, where he studied cinema at American University in Washington, D.C.

Brooks was a part of the Saturday Night Live writing staff from 2001 until 2003. Brooks published World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War in 2006, which is about the human-zombie conflict. The film was produced by Brad Pitt’s production firm, Plan B Entertainment, who bought the film’s license from Paramount Pictures. Brooks claimed in the October 2006 edition of Fangoria Magazine that he’s not penning the script for the film because he did not believe he was a skilled qualified scriptwriter to “do it correctly.”

Michelle Kholos, a dramatist, has been Brooks’s wife since 2003. They reside in Venice, California, with their son, Henry Michael Brooks. Brooks and his son featured in a short film in October 2020 showcasing Mel Brooks filming his debut political film at the age of 94.

Who is the narrator of World War Z audiobook?

The narrator of World War Z audiobook is Max Brooks, Alan Alda, John Turturro, Rob Reiner, Mark Hamill, Alfred Molina, Simon Pegg, Henry Rollins, Martin Scorsese.

What is the length of World War Z audiobook?

The length of World War Z audiobook is 12 hours and 9 minutes.

When was World War Z audiobook published?

Random House Audio published World War Z audiobook on 05/14/13.