This book focus way too much on the details of the chase. I know a girl being chased down by monsters, constaintly may sound suspense full but after the fourth time you realize that it is most unlikely that the main character will be killed. So you end up just listening to the author as she writes about how inch by inch the Zombie moves towards the main character.
The story lacks a basic flow or a steady process. Even choas can be described in a orderly fashion. This would just happen without any real explaination or rational, which caused me to question the thought process of this story. There were times when the Zombies would just appear for no reason other then to give the reader a sense of drama. Lets take for example when they were in the ISOLATED cabin in the woods. It only took a day and there were around a hundred of zombies at their place trying to get to them. That does not make sense and seems more like a plot hole.
I am waiting for the last book in the Morningstar Strain series to go autobook.
Jane did fine, it is not her fault that the book is under par.
The main character.
The book is great, but the Narration is terrible.
Nick does not have the ability to perform multiple voices.
Very disappointed in the choice of narrator, will not buy the next book if they continue with Nick Chamian.
I had a good time with this one. This book was a very nice combination of Super heroes and Zombies. I have read all of Kirkman's Marvel Zombies and wished that story would have been similar to this one.
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