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What I liked about the first book still hold true in this second instalment: The mindless fun! The dark sense of humour of the main characters and the action...
This time round, Cyrus V Sinclair battles of all things ‘being normal’. It would seem that the zombie plague has finally brought out the normal in Cyrus.
This book feels more mature than the previous, by that I think it is takes itself a bit more serious than the first. Personally, I like the zombie genre because of the lack of seriousness… I like the comic book style violence and humour albeit a bit dark. I’m not in for lessons of self-awareness from this sort of story. It is just a personal thing and shouldn’t deter the listener from another instalment in the life of Cyrus V Sinclair. The ‘V’ stands for Virtuous. I wonder if the new ‘virtuous’ Cyrus thing just took me by surprise? If there is another one to add to the series, I do hope the V returns to ‘vile’ and ‘violent’ it suited him better.
Nevertheless I enjoyed the story greatly and once again the narration was brilliant! 1.25x speed is the sweet spot for listening and once again it is the type of story I found myself wishing to listen to in one sitting.
My buying advice is ‘yes, another one worthy to be in the library’.
If you like this sort of story I would also recommend:
Mountain Man series by Keith Blackmore
ZBurbia series by Jake Bible
Andrian’s Undead Diary series by Chris Philbrook
Z-Risen by Timothy Long
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, I like the writers story idea. And the story is good.
Exciting and credible enough for a book with the undead. The protagonist makes the story great.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
It made me look forward to the next book. I will definitely read that one too.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It did make me laugh.
Any additional comments?
The only thing that keeps me from giving the book a higher rating, is that the first book was better.
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