Dead Meat Day 7 by Nick Clausen | Book Review
Iver and his companions thought the safest place would be on an island. But the dead do not need to breathe underwater. Zombies begin to horde en masse around the houses of survivors, barricading them in. Panic rises as food and ammo run short. Meanwhile, Dan and William are on a desperate trip back to Denmark. There may still be a way to end the apocalypse. Time is ticking and the number of survivors grows ever shorter.
Readers will soon learn Nick Clausen does not hesitate to take well-known characters out of the equation. It’s all too easy to be lulled into a false sense of security as characters survive close calls. But as the world continues to fall apart, they will have to make split-second decisions. And those decisions will not always be the best ones. Be prepared to have your heart strings pulled as you read Dead Meat Day 7.
From the start, Dead Meat Day 7 immerses readers in a fast-paced action heavy story. There is barely time for characters to think about what happens next let alone the reader. And as each new situation rolls into the next it brings the storyline ever closer to where it all began. Simultaneously it also shows the increasingly horrid conditions other survivor groups are left to contend with. The fate of the world rests on the decisions of a few, and readers will be glued to the page waiting to see what happens next.
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