'A literary superthriller' NEW YORK TIMES - and major TV series
Death-row prisoners with nightmare pasts and no future.
Until they were selected for a secret experiment.
To create something more than human.
Now they are the future and humanity's worst nightmare has begun.
The epic sequel to
(p) 2012 Penguin Random House LLC
Not the first
Not as good as the first book, which was a bit wierd but I liked it. This one reads like the bible? I mean i know that makes as much sense as science fiction anyway. Its all a bit of a gospel and wonders off into a load of dribble now and then.
I absolutely loved the first book. The second flip flaps about without the free flowing ease the 1st had. I found myself having to rewind and go back just to understand. Admittedly I still have 5 hours to go but I'm not excited by it....
Addition : finished now. I stand by my comment. Nowhere near as good as the first. Also when pausing and going back, it sometimes didn't remember my place and started from the beginning. The last line just confused me. All round, a total waste of £15!!
Why is this £6 more expensive than the passage but 10 hours shorter? Am i missing something?