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.
An excellent read. Very well written with few or no typos and a true-to-original style of language. Clever twisting with useful anachronisms cleverly put into the story to teach the reader morals. Looking forward to reading more from Martina Donna Ramone.
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.
a depiction of a post apocalypytic world similar to wolrd war Z with a story developing in a linear fashion where the main character group moves through the infected landscape from one city to another.
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.