Yes! For those whose guilty reading secret is zombie gore, this is a great addition to your library. This is a different story that picks up a decade and a half after the beginning of the zompoc.
Tom Imura is a wonderful, mentor-like character who is misjudged by the person who has the most cause to trust him.
The defeat of the villain makes you stand up and cheer. I loved the final confrontation scene and the surprise that appears during that scene. Maberry is good at tricking his audience.
The end of the novel is tearjerking and completes the novel perfectly. Tears without death are always great moments in any book.
This is a top ranked story. I can't possibly give books a number rank, I've listened to too many. I'll go with percentages. This is a top ten percent book. I've never listened to or read anything by Kay, but I'll be diving into his works after this one.
The shadowing of history. This book mirrors, in a fantasy world, the Albigensian Crusade and the story of the Cathars.
Blaise definitely, but his women were soft and well done. No annoying high pitched voices or impressions that he was trying too hard.
It made me sigh. At the end. Because it was over.
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