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That leads me to Melchiorri's choice of creature. It is a zombie/monster hybrid that is refreshing for the genre. The being's capabilities set up more challenges for the human race than the usual shambling hordes. I always gravitate to the elite soldier angle and this is served up in large doses. At times this outing reminded me of a Jeff Long or Matthew Reilly novel. That is high praise as I love their books.
This last comment/question is for the genre overall...why all the series? I know the answer of course but wish there were more brilliant standalone efforts. Why? Because as much as I enjoy the first in the series I always grow bored as they go on.
What was also particularly fantastic to me as that Melchiorri was able to create truly genuine, badass female characters that make you wish every other book could do the same. A lot of books in this genre fall to the same generic tropes (woman struggles to use a gun, only motivation is motherhood, can't lead with logic and sense, ultimately can't make tough calls, etc.). While those things are fine sometimes and make sense for a character, it was refreshing to experience female characters that were just... well, a bunch of BAMFs. And of course, the guys in The Tide are BAMFs too. :) Highly recommended. Cannot wait for the sequel.