Not bad as zombie books go. A little young sounding but i was still able to become engrossed. The story was a little different and fell together well enough that I wasn't drawn to poke holes in it. All in all a good read and promises to remain so throughout.
As usual, Ken Follett has written in subject matter that I never would have chosen for myself. No problem, he manages to make it engaging, interesting and well worth the time. Even though I am not a history buff I have enjoyed this as much as the first installment. The narrative makes the large group of characters focused and much less confusing than they could have ended up.
Plot is much like the rest of his longer books, but still captivating, if you liked one you will more than likely enjoy The Wishsong as well.
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