Review: The Zombie Virus Book One | Paul Hetzer

Zombie Virus is a solid, methodical and well-researched addition to a genre that is usually overburdened with half-baked action scenes and infection backstories with the depth of a shallow puddle. Enter Paul Hetzer, and book one of his Zombie Virus series. The first few chapters are overwhelming – from the prehistoric origins of the virus, […]

Review: Time of Death Asylum (5*)

When I read Festa’s first zombie novel, ToD Induction, I read it in one sitting. Her writing style was gripping, and whilst not unique in plot, her storytelling was ruthless, the action non-stop, and I found myself fully invested in the survival story – and tragedies – of the Rossi’s. The narration of Sarah Tancer […]

Review: Suffer the Children by Craig Dilouie

It’s not often that a book actually haunts me. I have been engaged with books so much that I haven’t put them down, cover to cover. I’ve recoiled from text, winced in sympathetic pain with the character(s), and wept in sadness at a favoured characters’ demise. What I rarely experience from a novel, is the […]