- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1445 KB
- Print Length: 445 pages
- Publisher: Kensington; 1 edition (1 April 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004IWR3EM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #921,881 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Nick and Jackie's relationship is steaming HOT to say the least! Looking forward to read more developments on this!
Shelby and Laur's relationship had so much potential, crossing fingers for a change on this on the next book maybe..?
Great to see a male author writting this kind of fiction, i know some readers prefer to read similar books written by women but the author did really well here, strong female characters like Jackie and Shelby, plus plenty of romance ;)
Not sure why there are some not so nice reviews here, I'm really glad I got hold of Deadworld and I'm looking forward to read the next on in October! Keep up the great work!
The plot was simple though well portrayed building well on the characters strengths and flaws. The ending did feel a little rushed though for me this didn't detract from the story though I was disappointed at the small part Jackie played in the ending.
I will be buying the sequel as any book that can grip me to a story (tears were definitely involved) as well as this book did deserves to be continued.
I felt like I had joined a series in the middle and I couldn't relate to the characters because they weren't really described very well.
The book jumped straight into the story and I felt that it didn't work well as there was no scene setting or build up, it was a bit like walking into the cinema in the middle of a film after the characters had been established.
There was some attempt at humour but it was short lived, I wouldn't rate this as a bad book as I hate to do that to a book but this one felt rushed and disjointed. It was not for me.
An entertaining read, but I am not sure whether a series would work.
Very fast paced, some humorous parts (mostly from the villain of the story)
It felt 'dragged out', The main character is completely unlikeable even when allowances are made for past events, rape references, unoriginal.
It's free at the moment, and therefore well worth a try but I am glad I didn't pay full price.
The story flowed along at a good pace, and the balance between the main story and the characters interacting was spot on. I will say jackie was the only character(including cornelius) I didn't really feel for ,whether she was written that way on purpose I don't know but I wouldn't have cared if she survived or not.
There was a good bit of tension in the book as well , never quite knowing what was going to happen next, which kept me reading till the end.
The only bit that was very poor for me was the ending,literally one page was the heroes and villains battling it out, next was four days later,if it had been a paperback I would have checked if some pages were missing it was that dramatic a change. Especially as the story and characters background was heading for this confrontation.
Still its well worth a read.
The prelude to the second one seems interesting as well so I may give that a go.
Hope this helps
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