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Here We Stand 2: Divided: Surviving The Evacuation Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I was really looking forward to this as soon as I'd read book one, so leapt on this when it came out. I read it in one day, it's really good!
The first half of the book tells of Tom and Helena's struggles through the newly zombie infected landscape of Pennsylvania and surrounding states, and they meet up with some other travellers, all of them heading to Maine, where Tom's hideaway cottage by the sea is situated. But then the dastardly Powell catches up with him..... added to the zombies, Tom also has to battle against his deadly enemies, and then the after effects of a nuclear attack. I won't say anymore because it'll give the plot away, but it's pretty gripping, and I couldn't put it down!
I wasn't so interested in the conspiracy underlying Powell and co's plan to grab power, perhaps because it became irrelevant once America was on its knees, but there were hints that all is not over on that front, and I expect all to be explained later in the STE series set in England, of which I have only read four books. This is more than just a fighting-the-zombies-blood-and-gore type of book, as Tom has other quests of his own. At his most desperate and lonely, the atmosphere and his feelings about the end of the world and life itself are so well written.
This series is always unpredictable and never boring, well thought out, and I recommend it highly if you're into the post apocalypse genre.
Installment. I'm going to be gutted when they end
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed the whole series . Must have because a rarity I even splashed the cash and paid for them for a changePublished 2 months ago by gregory faulks
After reading the main series of books it was great to go back to where it all began and see the start from Shaltos perspective. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ben Drew
I took a bit of a diversion from my usual reading material when I downloaded the first book in this series. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Livings
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