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The Bones of Valhalla (Purge of Babylon) (Volume 9) Paperback – August 4, 2016
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Top customer reviews
If Sam does decide to extend this story in different directions and with different characters, I'm still in! If you like the dystopia or zombie genre, you will love this series and blast through all 9 books in a flash.
So, this is bittersweet as it's a great book but I'm not sure I'm ready for it to be done. Regardless, go back and get the first book and get ready to shut down your life as you be obsessed with reading every book back to back. I'll re-read the entire series over and over again, as will you once you read the first chapter.
Let down. That's how I still feel two weeks after finishing it.
As another reader noted, the first 2/3 of the book are the same formula: a roller coaster ride of from the frying pan into the fire. I love that formula: It's one of the elements I've loved about the Babylon series.
However, that leaves a mere 1/3 to truly wrap up the story. As a result the end seemed rushed and rather anti-climatic. It was so rushed that some deaths seemed arbitrary. The coup de gras of a main character was expressed in a few short words and that was the end.
Sam Sisavath is an amazing writer who created a detailed and atmospheric world filled with well fleshed out characters. Yet, it felt that his ending was an indication of his own boredom with his creations.
He finally gave the readers an ending. However, for me, it was wholly unsatisfying and tainted with betrayal.
The story of Will, Danny, and Gaby, Keo and Lara, and all the other characters, big and small, played out the only way it could have: with each doing his or her part to bring humanity back to the forefront of planet Earth. I can only say this to anyone looking for pure pleasure in the books they purchase.... at the end of this road, you'll feel weepy and yet proud that you were part of this experience.
Since I lived in southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana, it was especially entertaining to read about the areas. Sam Sisavath is a great author and this is a great book and great series. Enjoy.
The writing is colorful and descriptive and the action scenes are fast and gritty. The multiple story lines were handled adroitly and made perfect sense - no getting confused as to what was happening when. Very good editing, better than in many books I have read lately.