Definitely pleasantly surprised because I wasn't sure where they would take this after the climax of the first book. But it's excellent (Chuck Hogan's writing is worth the price of admission alone).
Careful what you read about narrators... this guy is perfect. I forgot about the original narrator very quickly, even though his different pronunciation of the main character's name is a little disorienting at first.
Guillermo Del toro and Chuck Hogan deliver again. Will humanity survive the vampire apocalypse? I could hardly stop listening.
Great book if you love horror novels and/or follow "The Strain" television show. Great book to read if you can't wait for your weekly airing of "The Strain". The show follows the novels quite closely and only varies from time to time but major plots and events are mostly the same.
Lifetime bibliophile - starting when the "reading light bulb" came on! Eclectic taste in both books and movies. Prefer anything challenging
Love this series overall - but it gets really really slow, especially the middle several chapters. Way too much time is being spent constantly re-describing the physical appearance of the vampires. The problem is that you HAVE to read the second book because there are key points.