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Psychosis (Wildfire Chronicles Vol. 3) Kindle Edition
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Elsewhere in the region an escapee from a lunatic asylum called Alex, has morphed back into his alter-ego the psychotic killer named Jake. He is wanted by the Scientists for some reason and they know he will make straight for them so contigency plans are put in place.....for what good they are worth. It would also seem that people with a certain blood type, are immune to the bites of the 'herd'.
I can honestly see this happening...........the world is over-populated and sooner or later when anti-biotics finally fail there will be a disease that wipes most of mankind off the face of the planet.
A really well written book which kept me page turning faster and faster to get to the conclusion. My only gripe is.........it was too short! :-)
Psychosis continues the story of Rachel and the other survivors, with some new characters - good and bad - introduced to shake things up a bit. Personally I love the fact that Schizophrenic Alex makes an appearance, and the way he "grows" in the book opens up a scary new dimension which no doubt will be revealed in the next installment. There appears to be a fair few ideas drawn from other apocalyptic tales - Resident Evil, 28 Days Later, but as with the first novel the author puts his own spin on things and yes I will definitely be getting the fourth book when it appears.
The way in which the zombies evolve gives a very new, fresh feeling take on the zombie genre and is very cleverly written to make the extraordinary feel very real and believable. This is definitely a must read for anyone who has read Panic and Shock (and if you haven't, then go buy them, read them, then come back here and read this!).
I eagerly looked forward to future sequels and you should too....
The way the book flows is excellent, he tends to write about a character or group’s point of view in short bursts, then moves onto the next. I loved this, it kept me on my toes and more importantly, I was interested to see what happened next, it was like multiple relentless cliffhangers. I didn’t know how tense I’d been reading these books until I realised my shoulders ached afterwards.
The characters were brilliant. The main ones were all people I could identify with, and I had a physical reaction to a lot of the things they did, I was so engrossed in their stories. There were also parts that were very sad, and I felt despair for the characters.
The gore wasn’t too bad at all for me, I don’t mind ultra-violent stories. It ramped up a bit as the series went on, and I cringed a bit whilst reading some of the rather vivid descriptions, but it was never enough to put me off.
If I had only one complaint, it was some of the character development in the 6th book. New characters were always being introduced, which prevented it from getting stale, but by the last book, I found it a bit jarring that the writer spent so much time talking about characters we’d only glanced upon early on in the series. I understand the logic behind it because of the direction of the storyline, but by that stage, I was so into all the mayhem and action, it felt a bit deflating to change the pace so drastically.Read more ›
I just wish they were longer so I could read more!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed the whole series of these books. I am a huge walking dead fan and these books are a well written English/Welsh version with all the tension and character affinity... Read morePublished 14 months ago by tracey gwillam
The plot thickens and the pace just never lets up.This is an excellent seriesPublished on 8 May 2015 by elaine tang
Fantastic series loved them all couldn't put them down I've read the whole series back to back in a weekPublished on 26 Mar. 2015 by Kindle Customer
fast paced and well written . An interesting twist on the zombie genre . Completely recommend ! cant wait to read the next one. RachPublished on 22 Mar. 2015 by R2J
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