Superheros… Zombies… What?
3.5 out of 5 stars
Hungry God is a book about Superheroes… and Zombies. There are other themes at play here, but it is really a story about those two things. The problem is the world’s best superheroes are missing and someone has to save the day!
Todd Menesses does a great job narrating this. He has one of those really good narration voices that makes for a great storytelling experience. Todd pays close attention to detail and that makes any story come alive.
The overall “theme” of the book was that of a superhero. While Marvel movies are winning over audiences worldwide, I still am a bit of a skeptic. That being said, once you allow yourself to get into the world that J.D. Brink has written for you — the story is much easier to read and enjoy. Pushing my superhero bias aside, Hungry Gods had a nice plot and a fun and easy to follow the story.
Overall, anyone who likes or loves superheroes will definitely love this book. If you have a hard time imagining people running around in spandex suits and the likes — then maybe skip it. Though I enjoyed it just because of Menesses narration. The addition of zombies helped a good amount too, but that can also be seen as cliche since zombies are everywhere right now (not literally, thank god).
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