Vlad Slyusarenko Slyusarenko itibaren Dzoraghbyur, Ermenistan
The third (and final?) book in Dark Horse's spin-off series of novels and comics to include Billie and Wilks, this also throws Ripley into the mix, and finishes the story first began in Earth Hive and continued in Nightmare Asylum Maybe a bit slower than those previous two novels, with more emphasis on character development (I know, I know: is such a thing even possible in these types of books?). As before, not going to set the literary world alight nor win any awards, but an enjoyable enough quick diversion for a day or two.
This book just did nothing for me. I finished it, but mostly just to see if it got any better. It tells the story of the garden as if it is a character, so you hear about 200+ years of people who live in and around the garden. Their stories are almost meaningless compared with the garden... and the ending was not good.