I found this fascinating but hard to follow. I don't know if it was cut out for audio because as you were listening it felt like it was jumping around and I wasn't always sure what was going on. I think I will read her sequel to this rather than listen. I wasn't sure if I liked it while I was listening but now that it is over I find myself thinking of the novel quite a bit.
The zombies were original and pretty gross. I would run screaming from them!
The concept of how the zombies came to be and the characters reaction to them made the story believable. It left me hoping the government isn't working on anything that crazy.
William Dufris isn't a narrator who reads with the same inflection all the time, he puts some serious acting into his voice.
If I had to take someone out to dinner from this book it would be JT, because Dex is just to scary.
At first I thought this was going to be a mystery and a good one at that but then it turned to romance which surprised me and was not all together believable. The middle section of the book, the main character changes from intelligent and willful to dependent on her man. I got interested in the book again when the pace picked up and was more focused on an outcome rather than a semi believable romance. The book ends just as it was getting really good, even though I was irritated it took so long to be as good as it promised to be in the beginning, I will listen to the next in the series.
Good Book, I love the characters, Full of action and adventures with Mercy and her mate Adam. Best of all a new character with lots of potential is introduced
This is one of the books that you will read and it will stay in your head forever. The characters and the slow meltdown of society is something that will stay with me, especially as I look around at our world today and see bits and pieces of it happening now.
In the last novel, Reacher wasn't as impressive as he was before, but in this novel He's Back and tougher. I can't wait until the next book comes out!
Fast-paced action with a strong likable heroine, despicable foes, and sometimes more information than you can process. If you liked Angels and Demons and The DaVinci Code you will also enjoy Deception Point although it has nothing to do with religious history.
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