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Review - Apocalypse by Hayley Anderton & Laura Swift

Synopsis -

The virus has arrived.

A deadly virus that destroys humanity.

A virus that replaces the living with creatures that crave human flesh.

As the human race dwindles, an unlikely group of young survivors battle against the odds to stay alive and avoid joining the ranks of the undead.

Follow Cassie as she desperately searches for her brother; Heidi as she tries to cope with the consequences of her actions; and Ginge as she takes on a new role of keeping everyone alive.

Lives will be lost.

The army of the dead will keep on growing.

Welcome to the apocalypse.

Review -

School is in and the zombies are out for flesh. This one starts out with a bang, with a group of college kids caught in an undead rising inside the gates of their local college.

What follows are a series of gripping action set pieces and the death of main characters that you will not see coming. That really helps add to the suspense, of which there is plenty.

You should be able to tear through this one in a single sitting, and I have to say that it will have you ready to move on to the next book in the series, which is 5 books long.

I was pleasantly surprised that this one didn't end on a massive cliffhanger, although there was a developing storyline that will, again, make you want to read the next book in the series. You can grab your copy HERE.

4 stars out of 5

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