- File Size: 3874 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1477529667
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Captiva Publishing, LLC (September 26, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 26, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009I4U59A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The author's voice has matured and I think it seems like she's more confident about the material. She's writing from a place of strength and conviction and you can feel how much she loves the story and characters just from reading it.
From the first chapter's paragraph I could tell the narrative would be darker and funnier than the first book. It was witty, in a dark dry humor sort of way, that really played on the zombie dilemma in the books. I liked seeing how the people turning into zombie's felt and enjoyed watching them struggle with their desire to eat (or befriend) humans.
The plot takes right where the other one left off with Paul, Heather, and their families as they come to grips with everything that is going on. Throughout it the characterization was top notch and the dialogue played well.
Plus it has everything you want from a romance and even though half of the romance is turning into an undead zombie, it still rings too. It does add a touch of urgency. We're not sure what's going to happen to Paul.
The ending promises nd that the next novel will be 'killer' and I am eagerly awaiting the next installment of this series.
When I first read Barely Alive, I knew I was hooked. I am a huge fan of zombies, and this book was right up my alley. With my previous review of Barely Alive I had stated that I loved this book/series so much because it had a different spin on zombies, and Falling Apart really emphasizes that part of it.
Falling Apart picks up right where Barely Alive left off and it doesn't miss a beat. Paul is still struggling with his inevitable doom, his injured brother, finding a cure and of course his STRONG lust towards Heather. Everything in this book becomes so much more intense. You get to know each character a bit more, and you feel like you are in the story with them. In the second installment of this series, you learn just how much Paul is dealing with. His crazy emotions and his need to feed. Dominic is on their trail and when Heather is kidnapped, Dominic's creepy nature shows even more. Paul had an idea what Dominic was trying to do, but now that they both know Heather is immune, the fight for her life is on and Paul is scared and horrified with what he figures out what exactly Dominic is trying to do.
The ending of this book is awesome! I like it when a character is at their wits end so to speak, when they realize they have nothing left to lose and are balls out. Ready for anything. I am very excited to read Mostly Dead, and I am very curious what happens with Paul and Heather. Will they finally share their feelings with each other? Is Paul going to die? Is there a cure? What about James and Dominic, what will happen? I am anxious to find out.
The pre-zombie apocalypse world that Bonnie has created is memorizing and enchanting and you will get sucked into this series right away. You will not regret reading this series, and if you are like me you will not be able to put it down. I am very happy I found this series, I find myself thinking about it long after I'm done reading, and that to me makes an awesome book!!
Reviewed by Ashley @ Step Into Fiction
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