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That line is when I knew this series was not for me. I've yet to read a ZA novel written by a women author that didn't eventually boil down to one of those adult romance novels your mom used to read, with some zombies every now and again.
Seriously there's an entire section of this book that sounds like a story about Stockholm syndrome and the romantic implications there in. Leading to a very graphic sex scene that makes it impossible for me to share this with friends and family. Half forgot I was even listening to a zombie novel.
The main character is annoying her love interest is one step above the "guys from twilight" all brooding and mysterious and what not. And the other characters are completely forgettable and poorly portrayed.
Finally the authors catchphrases are blaring throughout. Two of which include "my mind was happy to supply." And "what felt like a small eternity"
Just to clarify I don't consider this book to be utter garbage, just not for me. And now you know why.
34 of 38 people found this review helpful
the first book covers how the virus is created
I really wish the author would have cut out a lot of this. felt like the focus of this book was the relationship between the two main characters. going to try the next book and see if it gets better promising series if the focus on zombies
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Cliche, pretentious and boring. When I am choosing a book about zombie apocalipse I do not wish to read about a pretentious and unbelievable love affair. The book drags forever, entangled in unneccessary and predictable threads.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful