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Hollowmen by Amanda Hocking
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Jan 05, 2012

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just started reading this so only a few chapters in but... really? girl is "skin and bones" has been getting sliced and diced for 6 months and has been kept away from all her friends but when she gets free she talks to tatum as if nothings happened and she has ridiculous strength straight away... not to mention the fact that the first book talks about how important she and her brother are to the doctors in trying to discover a cure yet when the zombies are getting in they just leave her there like trash. so once again... REALLY? already im dissapointed because the characters just arnt believable but im gonna read on and see what the rest is like. hopefully it gets better :D

Okay i finished and yes it does get better. After I got over "that" stuff i was able to get into it more. Some parts got pretty insane and i think Hocking made it much more plausible by having characters that you liked die, yet you still had a main character to empathise with. in my oppinion this made the book better than Higsons enemy series where your distanced from the characters. overall it was a very entertaining zombie apocalypse book which i finished pretty quickly :D
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Laura The thing with the doctors bothered me too for the same reason as you. You would think they would take better care of the one person who could potentially help them create a cure and save humanity...

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