The content of the book is good, though a bit dry in it's layout. The "idea" of a documentary-styled guide to a fictional situation is risky, and I say Brooks' book is a success. Cashman's delivery of the material is an utter failure. His voice woul be at home in a lecture hall filled with captive students. All the better if they are zombies. I'm going to chance World War Z, but only because Cashman's name isn't on the vocal roster.
Felicia Day and Wheaton did a fantastic job. I was most surprised and disappointed by Ice T (still going with that name, huh?) who can't pronounce "sword" and David Duchovny who couldn't be bothered to infuse a little personality.
Wonderful pacing and good depth of characters. Even people who are in the tale briefly are given some dimension. Rose Carroway brings Dusk's vision to life.
The send of wrongness and something lurking in the dark that surrounds the hotel.
Candy's death scene.
Sanje. Very creepy fellow.
This book starts off fine, but quickly trails off into relationship advice. Now, I understand the interworkings of sex and the state of your relationship, but for over 50% of the book, the word "sex" is barely spoken. Too little Dr. Emily Morse, too much Dr. Phil.
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