It starts out great. But as the story progresses, it feels more and more rushed. The last quarter of the book I could almost hear the editor banging on the door demanding the final draft.
With the one exception of Megan meeting Satan for the second time, its very predictable. Almost like a short story that was expanded to make a book. If you are looking for anoher Haunted or Fight Club, this is not going to get it.
Not a life changing book, but a fun listen.
If you liked "One Second After" as well as "I am Legend" and "The Walking Dead"; I think you will like this book.
I am looking forward to new books in the series.
The story seems to have an interesting premise, but I could only get so far before the sing-song narration made me quit listening.
Each sentence was turned up at the end like the narrator was asking a question. For me, at least, this made it un-listenable.
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