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Swarm: You can't fight what you can't see Paperback – 28 Feb 2018
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13 November 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
A truly chilling and gory novel that will satisfy the majority of horror fans. An animal rights group inadvertently releases a destructive bioweapon into the populace. Two couples attempting to enjoy a break away from home are the first to become infected. They soon discover that not only are they under attack from an unseen bioweapon with grotesque consequences, they are also being hunted down by the military who do not want any witnesses to survive the incident. This book picks up the pace fast, and it's not too long before the hideous 'swarm' of the title make their presence known. Once under attack, the survivors try to find help, but things become increasingly horrific as they realise the army also want them dead. This book really gets under your skin, in the most gruesome of ways. The author is masterful with his use of language when it comes to describing macabre events and scenes of gore. You can visualise it all perfectly! Things rushed on to a dramatic end which left me wondering if there is to be a sequel. I didn't feel I had quite had time to empathise or be drawn to the characters, before it was all over. My only criticism, therefore, would be it didn't last long enough, which is in truth, a compliment to the author.