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This book just didn't do it for me. I love the genre, but this book seemed like a cookie cutter of all the rest. You have the big bad guy, who of course is one of the lucky ones to live through the solar storm that turns the majority of people into crazies. He's going to now rule the world, or at least his little part of it. He wants his starting base to be at a college. (Why a college? If I was king daddy and planning to dominate the world during the apocalypse, I'd pick some place better than a college.) Only a few young people are willing to stand up to him. And then it's just scene after scene........after endless scene of the young people trying to scheme and plot to do this and that, and always getting caught and beaten. That really pretty much sums up the book. Throw in some zap heads, which really aren't mentioned that much. A backstory to how the zap heads came about, how the solar storm happened, would have made a much better book.
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Mackie Dailey returns to his alma mater – well, it would have been had he not dropped out to become a drug addict, hitman and enforcer for a drug and arms dealing bad-ass criminal named Lucas Krider. Dailey’s drug addled mind leaves a witness to his latest hit and a solar storm to end all storms has hit the world successfully creating creatures called Zapheads with a hunger for human flesh.
Arriving back to campus Dailey encounters Allie, the witness and Krider and his gang. Forced to go cold turkey, Dailey must prove his loyalty to Krider in order to survive and protect others at the campus as well. A driven man used to caring only about himself is now faced with having to care about others.
Bone and Cinder is not short on action. Regardless of what happens, it seems as if Krider and his thugs come out on top. But then again, cockroaches always survive! When tested, Dailey proves his loyalty to his new found conviction. He goes up against Krider and his thugs to help the other survivors live. Of course, nothing is ever easy!
Twists and turns which made it very exciting. The usual questions of morality and ethics draws the reader in. Character development is clear and purposeful. Plot development is smooth easily followed. The reader cannot help but connect to Dailey – the underdog.
Kevin Clay did a good job of narrating the book. He enunciated the words well and projected the frustration and despair of Dailey very well.
There were no issues with the production.
Audiobook was provided for review by the narrator.
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