Comments While one episodic game studio struggles to stay afloat this week, another continues its push to make a name for itself. Big Bad Wolf Studio's The Council has reached the penultimate episode, although after a consistently impressive first three parts, the story stumbles here in the run-up to the finale. It still feels like there could be a great conclusion coming to one of 's underdogs because the problems all displayed in this episode are easily avoidable despite also being quite numerous.
Series or Stand Alone: Series, Book Two Synopsis can be found here. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The original Warm Bodies took the world by storm, spawning a movie with the charming Nicholas Hoult. It was a well written, contained zombie love story about a boy named R and a girl named Julie and what love could do if barriers were broken down.
This book starts off where Warm Bodies leaves off. A mysterious organization called The Axium Group comes into their home, ceasing control, with very suspicious motivations.
There, they try to find others who have survived. This is really a hard book to review because there is so much to say. I really liked Warm Bodies. I thought it was fun and original. That said, i was surprised when I heard there was going to be a sequel. Warm Bodies was so self contained, ending on a perfect note.
While I enjoyed these bits, I found them to be a bit far fetched, and almost not coherent with the R from the original book. Would he act this way if he was a zombie if he was the person he was remembering himself to be? Julie shows her guts again and again, but not in a good way. While I can sympathize with what these characters are all going through, there is a point where you come across mad and selfish and awful and hopefully there is something later on that redeems you.
Marion has obviously stepped up his game.
There was something about this book that drew me in, pulled me closer, kept me listening. Marion admits that he himself did not plan for this to be a trilogy but a standalone. He brought a real deep sense of emotion to the role of R and I really liked how he read the book, offering cadences and slow pauses that made me think I was listening to a someone reliving the action rather than reading off a script.
It made my drive to work much more interesting.New Comics. Forums.
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