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The book was well enough written, but I felt I had stumbled into the middle of a serial novels and had some how missed the earlier books in the series. My biggest problem is that everyone (and I mean almost all of the people) were so dis-likable with the exception of the 'blue' mutants. Guess this left it open for a follow up book, and I guess I'll pass if there is one.
Unlike most books in this genre, not all the zombies are bad nor do they lack intelligence. The protagonist, Major Ron Crisp, is more anti-hero than hero. He comes to the planet with orders to takeover and increase mining production in exchange for which, he will be given the planet but not mineral rights. On finding a plant that can briefly return the zombies to a lucid state he arms them to take over the mines. He has a botanist begin work on a longer lasting dose or cure although he intends to withhold the cure to get more work out of those in a zombie state.
Overall, I enjoyed the book and hope Mr Cole plans to revisit the planet Sybaris in the future.