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The Zombie Knight by George M. Frost

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Rated 8.16 out of 10 Statistics


Genre: Fantasy / Superhero

Audience: Adult, Young Adult, Delightful Cynics

Updated: Daily

Content Advisory

Frequent Coarse Language

Frequent Violence


Overall Rating: 8.161

Average Rating: 9.69 (Guests), 8.47 (Members)

Ranking: #12

Rating Count: 41 (36 Guests, 5 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

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"A Slow Spiral"

Zombie Knight may start small, but don't let that fool you. It begins with Hector, a boy who committed suicide, being resurrected to help a grim reaper (who is actually pretty funny) save people from dying. Setting: The setting balloons in size, but it does it slowly enough that the reader isn't startled out of the story. The author makes it seem like the world is similar to our own at first to build familiarity, but the world is actually quite different and fascinating in its own right. Character Development: The author does a very good job developing the main characters' relationship, which is loads of fun to read. There are only a few side characters that get developed, though. Plot: The plot is a superhero story plot. Hector gains powers and uses them to protect the innocents and stop the bad guys. Quality of Prose: Grammar and spelling are generally quite good. The sentences are not always structured for easy comprehension, but the quality of the prose is not detrimental to the story.

Rating: 7 / 10

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