eBook review by Sylvester Barzey
In a book world, filled with varying degrees of the apocalypse, Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty impressed with more than a story of a dead world. It didn't trying to lure you in with gory, ambulatory corpses and extended dialogue either. It sought to give the you a strong leader that wasn't a man. It's been happening a lot- and Planet Dead did not fail.
The story tells of Catherine, a woman looking to reconnect with her family after everything went to heck in a hand basket! It's also about trying to keep connections severed, but for the ones you love- which can be impossible unless you simply have no heart. When an unexpected visitor arrives on her doorstep, literally, she has to decide if she can take on a traveling partner while trying to find her loved ones.
The story was filled with humor, action and zombies! I didn't connect with Catherine as much as I thought I would, but I liked her. A lot! I appreciated her strength, with is always needed during the apocalypse and her wit. She was a woman on a mission, but still found a way to smile through it all. Plus, we need more female, lead heroes, yeah?
The story was cool, but Catherine was a bit colder than I'd have liked her to be. Since she was a family woman, I expected a bit more of a motherly approach to her sidekick. A bit more compassion, I guess. Then again, young Sue was an ignorant pain.
There are also a huge amount of errors in the book. They're everywhere, but not so much that they took from the story. I didn't mind them, but if I'm reading a scene and the working is botched, that's a negative stumble for me, because now I have to reread that scene. You know? All in all, the story was fun and I feel it could easily catch on.
So check out Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty. I believe its going to be a series, so get in on it now! I'm off to the next read.
Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty
Amazon Digital Services, August 2017
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