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Multi-Genre Horror from known videogame universe
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2016
First of all - I am fan of Dead Space, yes. I think that I enjoyed this book more than DS: Martyr. Core characters are two brothers, one of them is kinda autistic which makes him capable/more susceptible to listen to the Marker. There are numerous situations described from two perspectives - how they are perceived by both of them (simply put "crazy vs. normal" although I do not like to use such labeling) - and I think this is what author have done excellently! Those who expect big massacre might be little let-down as more than half of the story does not contain any Necromorphs as it focuses more on the characters' stories. However it is not like nothing happens there and the story tends to escalate eventually very quickly. Actually it is like multi-genre novel, starting with drama, going to crime-fiction, psychological thriller and eventually turning into horror.