on 16 May 2014
Like the first in the series, the storey takes you on an epic journey. Brilliantly written apart from a few typos’ here and there. Though that was the case, it didn’t detract from an amazing piece of work. The storey continued seamlessly from the first in the series. I so can’t wait for the next in the series.
on 28 January 2016
I am doing 1 review which will be posted for each book. And what a fantastic story.
The story follows a young woman nicknamed Cash, as she fights for survival in a new zombie nation.
She meets up with Clutch and then Jase to form a bond nothing can break.
Just as they seem to be winning (if you can win in a zombie infested world) the ---- hits the fan, big time.
Book 2 sees the zombie hoard pushing our hero's back to the brink. Trying to survive on the river,
what could go wrong???? the ----hits the fan again.
Book 3 you think they will find sanctuary, but our friend ---- strikes again. Fighting bandits, rabid animals and
a dodgy new government.
A fantastic series which I read back to back. Can there be another? 20/10
on 9 May 2014
An excellent sequel to 100 Days in Deadland. The main characters remain strong and vibrant and the story line grows in intensity. If you are a fan of the Zombie genre this is a must read, but make sure you read the books in the right order. I eagerly await the third book but am quite prepared to wait if the waiting yields another book equal to, or better than, this one. Well done Rachel.
on 3 June 2014
Loved it, characters are strong but not perfect, story runs at a fair pace, it seems realistic (as realistic as you can get for a zombie book!!), well worth the price, looking forward to the next instalment.