I was really enjoying this book until the main character moved to a cabin. From there, I found myself reading very quickly and then eventually skimming.
I enjoyed the passages about the main character's grief, the dialog, and the prose. However, there were a lot of horror ideas, and I felt this book didn't quite know what it wanted to be. It went from techno thriller to ritualistic gore to zombies (sort of?) - there may have been something else that I've completely forgotten about, too. Ultimately, it was a lot in a short amount of time and nothing quite fit. Lastly, there were a few grammatical issues and inconsistencies (for example, their membership was referred to as both “Prime” and “Plus,” the former being correct, I think).
Despite my low score, I'm still going to keep up with this author as I feel he has a lot of potential.