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The Darkness Remains Is book 3 in the Darkness series a dystopian zombie apocalypse story. I hadn't read the first 2 books so was a little behind with the character development but it didn't confuse the storyline, so I would highly recommend reading them in order to fully understand the family and the life the characters have built for themselves in this disastrous epic tale of zombies.
The book is full of darkness, violence and a apparent love story. Would highly recommend you have a stomach for this as it's very graphic.
The writing style is very descriptive, strong and graphical and the author definitely captures her audience well. Written in three POV of the main characters of Ike , Cullen and Phoenix. Starting with Phoenix and the full white house staff missing, Ike attempts to rebuild the remaining community and make it a safe place from the so called ‘biters’ while Cullen goes off to search for the love of his life in Fiji who has been kidnapped by the president himself for her blood to create a pure human being and free of infection.
The story continues where the last book left off and continues with the rollercoaster, nail biting (biting ... he he) journey of Phoenix, Ike and Cullen. There is cannibals, trickery, deceit, mobs and zombies.
It is now starting to get a little repetitive including a scene that sounded copy and pasted from a previous book with the names changed. The ending also was a little confusing as it seems to jump in time before ending so I was scratching my head. Even so I was still gripped by the story but worry the story has explored every avenue, I don't know where the author will go with it.. but of course I've thought that about the walking dead before and that always drags me back in so who knows. As I say the story is gripping exciting the characters are still 3 dimensional and developed and descriptions help you experience the story as the characters do. I can't wait to read more and continue on this tense exciting journey.
This part is showing us further how world is being destroyed and swamped by zombies. And how people are being people and using the situation to their advantage. Looking for easy and mostly brutal ways to be on top. To wield the power. To rule.
Kira perfectly shows how ugly people can get and how greedy they are. But also what she shows that there are always people who will try to save the rest of the world. Cullen, Ike and Phoenix are like that. For them it's important to save as many as they can. They always fight. Always find strength for others. For themselves. Doesn't matter how many times a tragedy will strike them.
I cried, cursed. Hated and loved this book at the same time. I can't wait for the next book. I'm sure it's going to be as awesome as the rest of the series.
Brilliant 5 stars.
The Darkness Falls Series is set during a zombie apocalypse that has happened as a result of biological warfare. The narration is first person, changing between the three protagonists in each chapter. This is mostly easy to follow as the narrator is named at the start of each chapter. The protagonists - Ike, Cullen and Phoenix - are attempting to survive this apocalypse and, where possible, save as many others as they can.
The Darkness Remains is an action-packed book. If nothing else is happening, characters will go off to kill a crowd of “biters” and, for the most part, something else is happening. The story covers quite a long time span, often with weeks passing between events, so the reader mostly gets the exciting bits. Ike, Cullen and Phoenix have a lot of challenges to overcome, both in the form of various antagonists and in their own personal lives, which develop further over the course of this book.
I found the ending of this book quite abrupt. Partially, this was because there is a preview of another book included at the end so I didn’t realise I was that close to the end. But also, in order to make the reader desperate to read the next book, it ends on a cliffhanger. This isn’t unusual, but it doesn’t feel like very much has been wrapped up. Reflecting the experiences of the characters, something happens very suddenly and then the book ends leaving the outcome of the event to be revealed in the next installment. But there are also loose ends from earlier in the book that haven’t been tied up and events that haven’t yet been explained.
It’s quite a gory book, but that’s what you’d expect from a zombie story. It’s pretty dark but there are moments of hope. Despite being confusing at times, it’s gripping throughout. It doesn’t really stand alone as a book, particularly with the ending, but as part of an exciting series it’s a good read.
I give this book three stars.
This book is Ike's book although there is obviously Phoenix and Cullen too.
Phoenix is still missing, the book opens with her.......
I had been waiting for this book, excited for it's release and as if often the case with a book by Kira Adams once I picked it up I couldn't put it down.
Phoenix, Ike and Cullen all go through a lot before finally coming back together again.
By the end.......THE END......WOW.....GRRRR.....ARRGG.
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