Sunday, 22 February 2015

URBAN FANTASY REVIEW: Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame - Stephen Jones

Release Date: 20/11/14
Publisher:  Stephen Jones


Human Reanimation Virus (HRV) has spread around the globe and most of the major cities have fallen or been destroyed. As a new race of intelligent zombies rise to power, the remaining pockets of human resistance make a last, desperate stand in the ruins of a world on the brink of unimaginable change. With the final pieces of the epic puzzle falling into place, a centuries-old Endgame is revealed through a series of interconnected documents - emails, articles, reports, diaries and eyewitness accounts - as past and future hang in the balance. In this third and final volume of the original best-selling Zombie Apocalypse! trilogy, Thomas Moreby's plan for world domination is finally revealed in all its mad glory, as the very fabric of time and space is ripped apart and history itself is about to be changed forever ...


Sadly a book that whilst being the third and final part of Stephen’s series was one that completely failed to deliver on the titles synopsis promise from the publisher. It was sadly flat, spent way too much time filling itself with unnecessary filler which when backed with an incredibly slow pace as well as unanswered questions all round left me feeling heavily disappointed. Not a book that I’d recommend to anyone and if you have to read it, borrow it from either the library or wait for it to appear in the pound shop to save yourself a few quid.

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