It was a long time since I read something that felt this fresh and different wihout feeling forced. An intriguing not-too-to-distant future holds no bars on life or death and the private investigator Tommy Wildclown works hard for his clients' fees and his own survival.
Well written with a very good flow and practically no typos, this holds a good commercial quality and I would be surprised if it will not be filmed.
One of the best around. Believabale with a good flow in the story, interesting characters. It has open, as well as less obvious, but always tongue-in-cheek references to genre literature and films which heightens the reading experience. No typos and several cliff hangers made it hard to put the book down. Read now.
clever story, fun and anjoyable and yet some proper sex. Yes, this is good and written by an author who obviouusly took some time in thinking about the plot and have to develop the story and its characters. Well worth a read, but all too short...
well written in the spirit of the hitchhiker's guide...series, however a bit too lecxturing at times indicates that it is aimed at a younger audience which tends to get a bit tiresome to me being older. On the other hand - the story is interesting enough to have kept me finish it, so cudos to finding a balance by adding a cheeck-in-tongue kind of humour and intersting plot.
Following th heroine Shi on her journey to and in New Orleans is unfortunately not as exciting as it sounds. Too slow story development for my taste, and a bit too manu typos to be enjoyable reading. Did not finish.
Not bad. The title and description is accurately portrayng what to expect. Inner dialogue and the mystery of who and why the main character was murdered unravels as you read. The zombie aspect is not strong though, could just as well have been "undead" in general.
Nice approach by the author with a different angle on the US post apocalypse small town zombie infested survival theme. What happens when you fall in love with an infected? Less improbable theme than it sounds like. Worth a read.
This was by far my most enjoyable read so far this year - all categories.
It is rare to find an author that is able to write stories that combine an interesting plot with relevant discussions on scientific discoveries, religion/philosophy, as well as keeping a nerve in the story with regards to both suspense and adult content.
High quality narrative and flow. Near pefect editiing,
When I put it down I immediately looked for parts 2 and 3. This should be a must read for anyone browsing this category.