Ultimately, what really wins the audience over is Joss. Hicks has crafted a well-realized, believable and relatable character in Joss (whom I assume is named in honor of Joss Whedon), and there's plenty of evidence that she's based somewhat on the creator herself. Joss's focus on real-world horrors such as education-related debt over the impossible horror of undead eating machines makes her all the more grounded and real. Hicks balances Joss's angst with her uncontainable love of the cheese that is the zombie genre, as well as her joy in discovering the rules work for real and offer her a chance at adventure. Read Full Review
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