Now I know what that term means! The first half of the book was tolerable, but the second half became cliche after cliche. I expected Guy Noire to show up at every turn. I'm so happy I got this book for cheap, it would have been a waste of a good credit.
Expecting the usual zombie shuffle, I was more than pleasantly surprised by this author's take on the zombie universe. I never expected to find a funny zombie romp to make me think so much about the human condition.
Oh, gosh, I gave this guy two credits worth of a chance, and couldn't even finish the second installment. What is this guy, fourteen? An escapee from the Big Bang Theory? I wanted to love it, the way I love Jim Butcher's Dresden, but the writing is just so very lame. Perhaps they could include a rim shot where it's supposed to be funny so I won't miss it. Sorry Mr. Green, no more credits from me.
Fantastical and believable all at the same time. The narrator is pitch perfect. I loved every minute.
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