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- Print Length: 306 pages
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- Publication Date: May 3, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0711DM6MT
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This is a hard on for me to review. I've never been much of a horror fan, though due to my love of The Walking Dead, and my continuing quest to start reading outside my comfort zone, I gave The Last Crawl a chance (after first reading Necroville, the prequel short story). For much of the story, I was pulling for our heroes, but when the end came about, I felt unsatisfied. Unless there were hints that it was coming sprinkled throughout the story, it came from nowhere. I don't like to add spoilers to my reviews, so I won't ruin it for anyone. Suffice it to say, it wasn't any kind of ending I was expecting. The humor was liberally spread through every page, though sometimes it felt a bit forced. Overall, it lived up to its promise. I got a fair number of chuckles, guffaws and one or two genuine LOLs. Being an American, there were aspects of British culture that went past me, but it didn't seem to hurt the story. Perhaps it helped that I am a fan of many BBC series.
I will continue on with the series, if for no other reason than to understand what the hell happened at the end of this story. Give it a go and read Necroville and The Last Crawl. Your experience may well be different than mine, and if so, I'd love to hear your take on the ending
I couldn't stop reading and laughing