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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2001

    A great read!

    At once funny, gruesome, and thought-provoking. Well written, with complex, multi-dimensional characters. Evokes the authentic world of 1940¿s wartime and then plunges you into a chilling, fantastical netherworld. Great period detail, a smart and spunky heroine, creepy bad guys, and lots of wit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2000

    Great American Heros (Female Division)

    What a thrill: An adventure story told from the point of view of a tough woman with lots of depth. Susan Gilbert is the classic American hero: reluctant, but willing to do what has to be done, and able to do it well. Richard Wadholm has transcended the genre by giving us believable characters we can care about instead of the caricatures so unfortunately common to monster stories. The story also has a solid 40's wartime feel about it, from the weapons used to the way the characters smoke. One gets the feeling that Wadholm spent his elementary school days drawing pictures of World War II battles in his notebook. And remembers what he picked up back then.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2000

    Wow! What a rush...

    Move over Lara Croft. Susan Gilbert has stolen my heart! She kicks butt and takes names like no heroine in recent history. She makes evil zombie Nazis quake in their jackboots. This book was such a ride.

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