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An interesting concept to use the moon as an off world cemetery. The tourist attraction of visiting graves and the moon. A whole industry that one company flourishes from. Introducing characters on the moon as caretakers of the cemeteries. Some background that makes the featured characters noteworthy or just enough information to make them seem intriguing. Add in the meteor that is conscious and apparently hungry. Then walking corpses that kill. Suddenly the moon is not a safe little community. Trying to stay alive is a priority and attempting to warn the Lunar City, as well as Earth seems almost impossible. Nice action and good detail on living in space. The transformation of the meteor was unexpected. The struggle to overcome the odds and prevent an invasion of Earth was good. The monstrous transformation of the meteor brought back memories of the movie "The Blob", but seemed much more intelligent in its rampage and final battle. The question remains at the end, did the humans succeed. A book worth reading.
This one was fun and unique. Using the setting of the moon, and (what I believe is) an overarching villain, turned this into a fun read. Starts slow, but it gets going and winds up being a good read. Very sci-fi though, so if that's not your thing, pass.
I thoroughly enjoyed ‘14’ and ‘The Fold’ and have been hopefully anticipating another book in that series. While not part of the series ‘Dead World’ is in their world. I definitely enjoyed meeting Cali, Jack and Tessa and look forward to spending more time with them if possible.