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Execution by Alexander Gordon Smith
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May 28, 12

bookshelves: horror-and-zombies, young-adult, science-fiction, british-or-aussie-au
Read from May 27 to 28, 2012

Rating: 4.5

As the last book in the series, this was completely and utterly amazing. I loved it even more than I loved the first one, and I thought the first one was pretty great. Alexander Gordon Smith does a great job of making what we think its predictable, into a completely twisted and slightly antagonizing ending where you have no idea if the main character, Alex, is going to be a good guy or a bad guy, and you have no idea if the bad guys are really bad. It will completely corrupt your mind because there will be a moment or two when you doubt the malice behind the awful world that is being created by the destructive creatures that are slaughtering millions.

Really great ending to the series; wraps everything up nicely at the end but doesn't make it seem like a summary; you really wont feel satisfied until the last few pages, and then the world is a better place again.
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