• Tim 3: Sliced, Diced and Cubed

  • Timothy
  • By: Mark Tufo
  • Narrated by: Sean Runnette
  • Length: 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (646 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Tim is back. After suffering a series of defeats at the hands of his archenemy, Yorley, he has found a new and unique way to continue his quest for the absolute destruction of mankind. And specifically Yorley. What better way to defeat a woman than to take one over?

Follow along as our antihero, Tim, tracks down and obliterates his prey.

©2016 Mark Tufo (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Just disgusting.

What disappointed you about Tim 3: Sliced, Diced and Cubed?

So I am a huge Tufo fan..His Zombie Fallout series is amazing.. but this book and the two proceeding Tim 1 & Tim 2 were the grossest, most sadistically descriptive, depraved, psychopathic, sociopathic and often random spewed collection of inappropriate and just plain disturbing thoughts I have ever heard. It feels like Tufo was excising demons or maybe he was just not on his meds in 1 & 2.. then 3 actually got worse.. then as if Tufo was either exhausted, had run out of vile diatribe to spew or heck maybe his meds just finally kicked in it just ends and not in the climatic oh this makes sense now way.. just blah .. who knows.. it takes a special kind of screwed up/genius to write a book like this.. and not the kind of special you want to know personally. Not if it/he is for real..
If it weren't for the fact that Zombie Fallout series was so damn good we would not have made it past the 1st 30 minutes of the first book.. we just kept thinking maybe this going somewhere.. who knows maybe in another series it will pick back up.. as a stand alone series it is just a waste of grey matter.. not even a good mind f*ck.

What do you think your next listen will be?

United States of Apocalypse

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Even Mark Can Only Take So Much of Tim Tim

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While still a good book, I could tell that even Mark was growing weary of Timothy in this book, and by two-thirds in, so was I. In the first two books, I found myself secretly and guiltily rooting for Timothy. In this one, I just couldn't find any redeeming qualities left. The character devolved into something wholly unlikeable, and I just wanted Mark to put him out of my misery. This book took me the longest time to get through of any of the books I have read by Mark Tufo. I still managed to make it through to the end, and I'm glad I did, but it wasn't nearly as fun as the first two.

Sean, of course, was stellar as always.

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Time to end Tim.

Great story, but the brutality was getting old and predictable. Time for a Tim to give up the ghost.

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The gore continues

You got to love a book that makes you feel sick in the stomach with almost every word read. The Tim series is a great spin on the genera and Mark does an amazing job describing every little gory detail

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Probably not for everyone

I was entertained, love Mark Tufo. Only complaint is a good hour + of the book wasted on descriptions of zombie deification (at least it seemed that way) and since I've read previous 2 Tim's seemed excessive.

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THE ZOMBIE WHISPERER

GET OUT OF HELL CARD
Here I go again, going against the crowd. I loved TIM 1 and Tim 2, just read my reviews. I was excited about this book. My mistake, might have been, listening to it all in one day. For the first 5 hours I was loving it. In my mind he should have wound it up earlier instead of repeating everything over and over. I lost count of how many times I was told that when you eat a human and than excrete him out, it smells worse than any other excrement. The first time someone's penis was ripped off or eaten that was funny, the third time, NOT SO MUCH. I love books that come from the perspective of the bad guy and I appreciate Tufo creating this series. TIMOTHY was great simply for the novelty of it. In TIM 2, Tufo came up with the virus and a fat squeamish character. In Tim 3, he goes into a woman's body and the virus gets smarter. These were great additions. If only he would have left it at that and left out all the long lectures and flash backs and the constant repeating of the same jokes.
Sean was great.

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Over the top.

A story that had what seamed like endless descriptions of shit, shitng, torture and perversion.

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I really enjoyed this story

Tim is a unique character. He is right up there with iconic villains like Freddy, Jason and Michael. This is not for the squeamish. If you love horror this series is for. The narrator did a fine job. Mark did a great job with his take on the zombie genre.

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Good audiobook

must say that I enjoy this just like all of the other book it's a good combo mark and Sean make

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Absolutely loved it.

There is no doubt this was the best Tim yet. I can't really say there was anything at all I disliked. Gratuitous violence and my continuous feeling of nauseousness at some of the situations made for an awesome listening experience. The Tufo humor you get with all of marks books was excellent, I had a few people at work ask me if I was okay because I was laughing so hard with my ear buds in. For all the Tufo maniacs if you listen thoroughly you will find little things Mark put into the books for his chronic listens.
As for the narration you can never go wrong with Sean Runnette. Sean somehow always brings the writing to life. Overall I would say this was one of the best books I've listened to this year.

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  • Annette Wright
  • 03-28-17

Brilliant. Disturbing. Hilarious.

Brilliant. Disturbing. Hilarious. This third installment of the Tim story is as gruesome and entertaining as the others have been. Guide at his most gory. Runnette's narration as brilliant as ever.

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  • john
  • 01-12-17

Tim meets his match

It's taken a lot for me to get through to the Tim books
Partly because I'm not a lover of headphones and it's not a book best played in public
Just when you think mark can't make you cringe any more Tim 3 pulls a sucker punch and gets you drawing air through your teeth but the new mix up of master, slave and b1/£h had me glued to this one.
think this is the best out of the 3

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  • Loki
  • 06-25-16

OMG

wow another amazing instalment to the Tim series!!!!!!! This story kept you on the edge of your seat from start to finish and the performance by Sean Runnette was as always fantastic and brought it all to life!!!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-24-16

Tim never ceases to amaze

Brilliant writing as always from Mark Tufo ,narration perfect as always from Sean Runnette highly recommend.

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  • Benny butthead
  • 05-29-16

As always, fantastic!

Sean Runnette is a legend ad Mark Tufo you have something very special and groundbreaking.

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