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Probability Angels by Joseph Devon
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Mar 14, 2011

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bookshelves: horror, adult-fiction, zombies, goodreads-firstreads, good-vs-evil
Read from March 14 to 29, 2011

You get one choice and then two...and you either graduate to a tester or a zombie-like creature that needs to feed on testers. Testers are those pseduo do-gooders who push humans, push them to become what they can be in the face of adversity, i.e. Helen Keller acheiving success despite her handicaps. Yes, Matthew Huntington is a tester, his lesssons taught by centuries-old slave, Epp. In the mix is Kyo, who never really became a tester or a zombie, all because his choices got mixed up somehow.

When the evil leaders, Hector, Gregor, and Nyx, try to overtake the testers and allow their zombie-like followers to feed on them, ensuring them greater energy, all kinds of mayhem and apocolyptic encounters play out.

Probability Angels is the right match for a sophisticated reader who likes zombies, angels, and the afterlife. My only problem with it was that the flashbacks and recollections were thrust upon the reader without warning or pause...took me a bit to figure it all out at first, but after that smooth reading.

Thank you to Joseph Devlin and Goodreads-Firstreads for this ARC.

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