Publish date: February 25th 2010
Publisher: Broadway Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Ex-Heroes (#1)
I like superheroes and I like zombies – a book that combined the two seemed like a good fit for me. Unfortunately, I had some issues with Ex-Heroes, to the point that I ended up taking a multi-week break from it part of the way through. Had this been a library checkout rather than a purchase, I prob...
A little uneven in places, but different enough in the mashup of the misfit-superhero genre and the zombie-apocalypse survival genre that I enjoyed it despite the multiple POVs and the "then" & "now" chronology changeups. First in a series. The superheroes' powers come to them without explanatio...
"You can't be Banzai!" cried Mom. "Banzai is a boy. It was in the paper.""Yeah, I know. It helps hide my identity.""That name," shouted Dad. "How could you pick a Japanese name for yourself? You're Korean!" I shouldn't lulz over that exchange but I did.I could easily hype this book up with big, all ...
I gave up on this one a few chapters in a couple years ago but decided to give it another try. It got better than it was about the time I gave up on it but just enough to bump it from 2 to 3 stars. It was amusing and I may check out the sequels but I haven't decided yet.
http://abitterdraft.blogspot.com/2013/08/review-ex-heroes-by-peter-clines.htmlWhile I was rummaging through Goodreads for more books to read, I stumbled across a review of Ex-Heroes written by Mihir over at Fantasy Book Critic that convinced me to look into a book I would have otherwise set aside. I...