I was never a zombie fan when I was growing up. Maybe it was because I grew up on a small farm and I learned early on the life-death-compost cycle of life. Scary movies? Not a chance.
AND I WANT MORE!
She has created a world where humanity struggles to survive in a world where the dead are walking. Human nature is revealed at its very best and worst, bringing the readers along for a tumultuous ride. Mira Grant never lets up on the throttle as she lead us on the merry chase through this new world.
Truth is a constant theme through the series. Mira Grant adeptly weaves a complicated pattern of personal truths. She never lets a thread go astray in this tapestry.
The story arc is completed, truths revealed and I’m left wanting more. At the end of the day, the question is – when will you rise?
- [Small Chirp] A zombie apocalypse in context (thecanaryreview.com)
- The 2012 Hugo Awards: Omni Catches Up with Finalists Mira Grant, Mary Robinette Kowal, and More (omnivoracious.com)
- Hugo Nomination Thoughts, 2012 (whatever.scalzi.com)
- The Big Idea: Seanan McGuire (whatever.scalzi.com)