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For a start, all the characters seemed to speak with the same voice. And worse, they insisted on having in-depth conversations during action scenes, when their vocabularies should reasonably have been reduced to monosyllabic grunts, squeals of terror, or something equally brief. Not so. There was one scene when two characters were battling a group of zombies. During the fight, they find time to engage in a conversation that sounded like it should be happening over a pint in the pub. And this happened over and over again.
What’s that maxim that is supposed to be one of the novelist’s golden rules? “Show, don’t tell”, I think it is. Well, Ms Priest forces her characters to tell, and tell, and tell. After a while, I was just waiting for the next improbable piece of verbosity from a character, rather than actually following the story.