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Not Flesh Nor Feathers (Eden Moore, #3)
This third installment moves away from the I-hear-dead-people theme into a grislier but less convincing aquatic zombies direction (you don't know what direction aquatic zombies are? Just head toward the water). Eden's ghost-whispering abilities don't come into the story too much, and there isn't the nod to traditional superstition to make suspension of disbelief easier for the reader. I can accept the possibility of ghosts and magic that I am unable to see; however, if everyone who was wrongfully killed and their bodies never recovered came back with a VENGEFUL ZOMBIE HORDE BENT ON DESTRUCTION I'm pretty sure people would be aware of this danger by now. Heck, we would have had to stop murdering each other out of self interest in order to avoid the aforementioned zombie vengeance. Why does this particular case merit special zombie privileges? Also, the contrivance of the main character being there for the action hinged on her being ridiculously stupid, which kind of ruined the second half of the book for me.
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