Fans of the zombie genre, who have already read every other zombie book out there, and are looking for something to do.
oh lord no. He sounds like Paul Harvey.
no reaction whatsoever. the reader is in no way emotionally invested in any of the characters, or at least I was not.
I bought this audiobook mainly because the first book ended abruptly, thinking that just maybe the characters will develop a little, or that I will begin to care if any of them lives or dies. Plus, the idea of intermingling a vampire with zombies sounded unique.
After reading/listening to the first two books in the series, I've come to appreciate the role of "Editor" in the publishing process. Clearly this series is self-edited by the author. The reader is expected to believe that an ex-Marine, with a blue-collar background regularly uses words such as "interloper", "cacophony", "countenance", "find purchase", "ministrations", and numerous others...this is what i found most off-putting about the series. I guess it was cheaper to use the MS Word "synonymns" feature than to pay a real editor.
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