Publisher: Permuted Press
Locked up safely behind the walls of their glamorous beach resort, our survivors have grown comfortable, almost forgetting that the undead are still on the prowl in the streets below. But when the group loses one of their own under mysterious circumstances, they begin to question whether or not staying at the resort is their best option.
Friends turn on one another and once again, the group finds themselves back on the apocalyptic streets of Haven, battling the dead. The biggest threat yet emerges and a traitor is revealed, proving once and for all that the flesh hungry creatures infesting the city are not the group’s greatest foe.
Will our survivors be able to make it out alive one last time?
The final book in The Breadwinner Trilogy is a non-stop, post-apocalyptic race to the finish line. Murder, lies, captivity, and a seemingly never ending onslaught of the dead are just some of the challenges our group will face.
Fates hang in the balance but one thing is certain: the end of the world is not glamorous, and All Good Things must come to an end.
I won't spoiler this for you but there's a certain character who has gotten away with far too much for far too long and it was satisfying to see how that person was served justice. In this new world order there aren't laws to abide by and how people deal with revenge is far more brutal -- and interesting.
The zombie action scenes were well done. They were fast, easy to read scenes that moved along at the same quick pace as the rest of the story.
I really liked the epilogue, which occurred after the Acknowledgements. It was like that special preview at the end of a movie after the credits.
Want to see the previous reviews from The Reader's Hollow?
The Breadwinner (Book One)
Haven (Book Two)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
She currently resides in Panama City Beach, Florida and tries to spend as much time as she can in the sun. Stevie is working on her next novel, a sci-fi comedy, Earth to Millie.
Stevie is also the Managing Editor of the website Horror Metal Sounds and a writer for the site. She is an avid reader of horror and post-apocalyptic fiction (especially zom-poc) and reviews for The Bookie Monster. Offline, Stevie is a telecommunications professional.
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