I like Walking Dead, I thought World War Z was a fun zombie book (and the only zombie book i've bothered reading outside of this series). Most of the time I spend On Stephen King or maybe those Prey series.
Yet Peter Clines hooked me with 14, so I gave Ex heroes a chance. . and loved it. Ex Communication is the third in the series. . and for a world overrun with the undead (who left is there to fight) this stories setup. . .actually began in the previous book. It all comes together, is well done. . .and gives us a deeper look at one super character we kind of thought left us too soon
There were a few glitches when I started, like sometimes the girl was read by a girl and sometimes a boy. . but I think they fixed it. I ate through this book in record time. Its just cool, clean, fun.
Now if only we could return to the world of 14. . .is there any stories there left to tell?
I started with American Gods. It was sometime until I read/listened to graveyard book, and by then the ball was rolling. Neverwhere is my 3rd Gaiman book, and I loved it.
The story has it all, a touch of fantasy laid onto our world. A little bit of london. .beasts and warriors all right beneath the service of our everyday lives.
Very seldom am I tempted to listen to a story again. Though I know the second time, when enough time has elapsed, can be pretty good. Rook would be on the list for consideration, though next time I may read it. I was not as impressed by the delivery of the reader.
I liked the interesting world the author created, and the uniqueness of the superhero like characters.
reading grocery list
the very beginning, surrounded by bodies and no memory. Fun and gripping.
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