Flesh and Bone - Jonathan Maberry This didn't seem like the final book in a trilogy. And I'm not sure how I feel about that. No, I'm not really happy about never seeing Benny and Nix again, but is there anything else to say? I kinda hope so.

I liked this one less than the first two, but maybe because the story seemed to be tamer or maybe because it was winding down.

One thing I hated: "red mouths" and "red doors." I wanted to be sick when I read those phrases. And I read them a whole heck of a lot over the course of 400+ pages. Blech.