It's definitely more conspiracy thriller than zombie book.
I swiftly moved from “this is okay, I guess” to sobbing in a corner, wondering why I’d waited so long to start this story.
I believe this is my second favorite of Terry Goodkind’s stories, and, like the first book, Goodkind exhibits a passion for his characters, and the idea he wishes to share.
I'm currently rewatching it slowly to appreciate each moment as much as I have with the original trilogy.
Dune by Frank Herbert is not only an SFF must read, but a story I hear far too little about in my circles of geekdom.