Thursday 16 February 2017

The Undead Must Die Review

Floriana is a seemingly ordinary art student, until an exciting opportunity to study ancient Greek relics introduces her to long-held secrets and shockingly dangerous truths. 

Her life becomes altogether extraordinary when a seemingly benign morning excursion transforms into an agonizing race across Europe to save humanity. Soon, she must work against the clock to recreate an antidote to save mankind before nostalgic Nazi militias make good on their plan to create a legion of superhuman zombie-soldiers that will wreak havoc on mankind.

As the heir apparent to a family of masterminds, Floriana is the only one capable of thwarting their efforts, but first she’ll come face-to-face with black roses, presumptive killers, and mysterious sects.

With the fate of the world in her hands, can an inexperienced and clumsy art student create an antidote before it’s too late?

Find out in this adrenaline rushing, young adult thrill ride, chock full of espionage, conspiracy theories, spies, and zombies!

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Penny BroJacquie is a passionate writer, travel blogger, and life lover

After a long career working as a sports reporter for some of the largest media outlets in Greece, she decided that life is more beautiful when you work freelance.

In 2014 Penny published her first book, a travel guide called City Break In Athens. Her first published novella The Undead Must Die is Book 1 in The Order Of The Black Rose book series.

When she doesn't write, Penny pets her dogs, cooks new recipes, and takes photos. You'll find her somewhere in Europe enjoying a cup of coffee or watching a movie.

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4 out of 5 Stars

This book was a very fast read. As it has Episode 1 and 2, I assumed that it would be a long read but it wasn't. If you think of it in terms of shows on the Telly this would be 2 episodes of a 20 min show. As such each episode is very fast moving and not overly detailed. You are able to get basic background but it does not give a comprehensive history making the pace even faster. But it does make it a little hard to get emotionally invested in the characters and their relationships.

There are zombies but it doesn't go into too much detail so while it is intense it is easier to read without flinching. Most of the violence is not in detail making it suitable for a wider audience. I don't like Zombies but I didn't have any problems reading this story. This is a clean book with no sex scenes and I don't think there was any language. So if you want a quick adventure to read this is it as it would make a great book to take poolside or on a quick plane trip.

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