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Torchwood:Bay of the dead,
This review is from: Torchwood: Bay Of The Dead (Hardcover)
Torchwood: Bay Of The Dead ("Torchwood")
This is the 11th book in the series.
Unlike the others (i've read all of them) until the end it doesnt follow the 'Traditional Torchwood Tales'.
There are far more characters in it than normal (and thats not counting the Zombies), Jack and Ianto are working as one team and Gwen and Rhys as another and they dont come together till the end.
It has a very good start to it but then for a couple of chapters feels like you're reading a book version of 'Shaun of the Dead' or similar; it soon gets back on track though and into a sort of Torchwood style feel. You get to know the additional characters well, which in this book you need to as it does skip from one scene to another a lot.
Not much flirting between Jack and Ianto in this book.
Still a great read with the usual Torchwood twist or 2.