Just downloaded the Nook app since I have a B&N account and a Nook Simple (poor thing is collecting dust). Completely forgot I had World War Z. I should probably finish reading that at some point. It was actually pretty good.
So it wasn't until after I started this book that I realised it was the second one and that I have yet to read the first. I was a little lost at first, especially knowing I was missing information but it was still a fun read. There was a little too much church going for me, but since our leading character is a Vicar I completely understood, even if some of it did bore me a little I still enjoyed the book itself and am looking forward to getting a copy of the first book to see how things got started and the next book to see what happens next.
Now roo leave you with a couple of quotes I enjoyed from my journey:
"There were all sorts of things I wished I knew about unicorns. For example, at what age did they learn to speak, how did it feel to have a horn growing from your forehead, and whether they would use their hooves against a friendly vicar approaching them across a field."
"My three favourite drugs: Ibuprofen, caffeine, and alcohol. What one doesn't cure the other one will."