Portlandtown: A Tale of the Oregon Wyldes
Publish date: October 16th 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
I was really hoping for a good zombie story local to my hometown. And I still am, because this was not. Mostly there was just too much going on, jumping around between characters and locations with no clue as to how they would fit together. It was obviously going to be supernatural in nature, being ...
Portland 1887. Voo Doo, myths, magic......zombies. This book has it all and would appeal to any Oregonian!!!
It's the first book in the series, and unfortunately it does that thing where ALL the characters, backstories, worldbuilding, and main conflict are set up all at once. There's a LOT going on in this book, with the end result being that I don't entirely understand wtf is going on. The story itself is...
This was really fun! A mixture of western and the supernatural, and yes, zombies! I really hope this will be a series about the Oregon Wyldes and their friends and family. The world is interesting and I'm sure people from Portland will enjoy it simply for the setting. If you like genre-bending and e...
I wanted to love this book but I just couldn't. I read about 30% before I couldn't bear to continue. Portlandtown was dull, there were barely any zombies and I didn't like any of the characters. Maybe in the future I will continue this book but for now I am putting it to the side.