I didn't care for the storyline. I think it would have been or could have been more interesting but it just fell short for me. The description of the book lead me to believe it was going to be a certain story, and that is not what I got.
I was disappointed. I didn't really get into the story until about 70% of the way through, when the "climax" seemed to be at full swing, and then it just kind of ended and left me feeling unsatisfied.
I don't know...I think for the big screen it could make a decent movie.
I really loved the aspect of Will, Tessa and Jem being in this novella, but I feel like a little more of them would have been better. The whole memory/story itself just fell flat. There wasn't a whole of meat to it.
He was a good Bane, believable compared to some of the others
The scene when Jem, Tessa and Will were all oggling all over each other..was a little creepy and a bit much. With not a whole lot of purpose but to further why their son felt left out.
Everything. I loved how David Sedaris really brought his essays to life!
I didn't have a favorite character. I enjoyed everyone, especially the essays about his dad.
I enjoyed the dog days essay, but I didn't really have a favorite.
This is definitely one of the BEST audiobooks I have ever listened to.
There isn't one you can really compare it with. It is so different and so refreshing. It is not your normal zombie book at all.
Any scene with Angel. Angel is an awesome character, very snarky. I really enjoyed the funny joke : What did the zombie say to the whore?....Keep the tip"
Angel for sure. She is fun, has a good sense of humor and makes light of her situation.
YES! I was sucked into this story. I told everyone I know who watches the show to GET THIS BOOK!
Every moment was memorable. From the very beginning. There were multiple "gasping" "OMG" moments with each murder.
This is my first performance of his. Though i watch the show and he is great on that. He was absolutely amazing for Giles. On TV and in the book. He really brought it to life and brought the thrill to the tale.
Yes! Sadly I couldn't.
Yes. It is different than most other books out there right now in the YA world. I would suggest it to people who are intrigued by books with some kind of monster in them, but this does not include a romantic twist (sorry if that is what you are looking for).
It was a little slow with most of the "climax" of the story being at the end. I like stories that have a slow build, followed by the climax, and then let it end...this ending seemed to drag on a while...a lot longer than was really necessary.
He can really make a creepy character even creepier!
Hit and miss. Sometimes I didn't want to listen to it, but some parts I couldn't stop listening to.
I thought Matthew Lillard brought this story to life. I could really believe the characters and the experiences and the thought process.
The ending. To prevent spoilers, I won't give it away. But I liked how the story ended. Every path each character took, each growth, led to this pivotal moment.
The life of the characters
There were multiple moments. There were moments I could laugh with Troy and moments my heart broke for him and for Curt.
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