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And the ending. I thought it was because I read the ending at 1am that I missed something, as it was a bit… meh. But I reread the last chapter a couple of days later as this was bothering me, and nope, missed nothing.
I will give Cherie Priest another go, I’ve seen her interviewed and actually really like *her*. Maybe another series before revisiting this one. But I would be prepared to revisit this world. I just hope that the next books have a little more oomph!
This tale of an alternate Seattle, besieged by zombies(called Rotters), a mad scientist, and survivors(Doornails, as in “dead as a….”) of a catastrophe orchestrated by the eponymous machine, is a fun read for the most part. I see that it is the first of a series(what is up with all of these dang series?), so maybe that explains why a lot of my questions went unanswered. It might also explain the rather quick ending, which felt sorta lazy; a bit more tidying up of loose ends would have been nice. As such, I doubt I will seek out the next chapters of this story.