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  1. Jonathan Rosas Jonathan Rosas says:

    Only a slight better than it s predecessor Home literally takes place seconds after Vacation ends Even though the story is pretty much the the same a family trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, and getting screwed over in the process somehow, the story managed to catch my attention a littleThere were parts towards the end of the book I actually surprised myself by liking them Those brief moments however, could not save the book from being terribly written I don t know why the Only a slight better than it s predecessor Home literally takes place seconds after Vacation ends Even though the story is pretty much the the same a family trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, and getting screwed over in the process somehow, the story managed to catch my attention a littleThere were parts towards the end of the book I actually surprised myself by liking them Those brief moments however, could not save the book from being terribly written I don t know why the author insists on breaking up paragraphs into mini sentences The longest paragraph in the book has to be two, maybe three sentences long Another gripe about the book is the constant use of two words back to back We get it, the character is stuttering However, now instead of her sound like she s in fear, it just sounds like she has a stutter Some of the dialogue is downright horrendous I will say that this, along with the first book, would be amazing if they made a movie without ever have written a book This would make an incredible movie This is the first and only time I will ever say that I would have preferred a movie over the book


  2. Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent for free from the publisher in exchange for a review I will give my honest opinion.I honestly loved this book The plot moved quickly, even with moments of grieving by the mother Those grieving moments didn t last long and they were realistic.I was anxious while reading this, because you are never sure if they will survive It s been awhile since I was scared while reading horror.The characters were really well done.Highly recommended.


  3. Steven Steven says:

    A very solid follow up to Vacation The world he describes is terrifying to think about A fun read


  4. Ienjoyhorror Ienjoyhorror says:

    Alright, but not really too much of an advancement in the story The colonel, the main human threat in this one, is much tamer than the antagonists of the last book, and the can heads, aside from a tantalizing bit mentioning possibly having mutated, don t show up much as memorably as in the first.


  5. Kristin (MyBookishWays Reviews) Kristin (MyBookishWays Reviews) says:

    You may also read my review here opens right where Vacation left off Actually it opens up a little bit sooner in order to remind the reader just how much of a tragic disaster the ending of Vacation was By that I mean our hero in the first book, Jack Murphy, made a terrible sacrifice in order to help his family escape what was supposed to be a family vacation free of restrictions, where his kids could run and play in an environment not overrun by Ca You may also read my review here opens right where Vacation left off Actually it opens up a little bit sooner in order to remind the reader just how much of a tragic disaster the ending of Vacation was By that I mean our hero in the first book, Jack Murphy, made a terrible sacrifice in order to help his family escape what was supposed to be a family vacation free of restrictions, where his kids could run and play in an environment not overrun by Can Heads cannibalistic plague carriers The world of Vacation and Home is a world trying to overcome a devastating plague that turned people into monsters Your every move is monitored and if you re lucky, you live in a gated community with armed guards and hopefully your own huge stockpile of guns and ammo Jack and Christie Murphy were one such family Jack saw what these creatures could do on a daily basis, and in turn, took a nearly phobic approach to protecting his family Vacation impressed the hell out of me, in part by the fact that even though Jack was the main character, the author made Christie a force unto herself, one that, in spite of some problems, loved her husband and trusted him implicitly, so that when the you know what hit the fan, Christie trusted that her husband wouldn t lead them astray He didn t, and Home continues Christie s story with her two children, Kate, and Simon.When the threesome head out of Paterville Camp, they notice that things aren t quite what they should be When they stop at a gathering of civilians and police, they learn that home may not be the safe er place it used to be Even so, they re going to need the supplies that have been stockpiled at the house, so in spite of strong misgivings, Christie makes the decision to head home anyway They arrive home to a devastated neighborhood and Christie decides to gather up supplies and leave, but a group of Can Heads throw a wrench into things, and a neighbor, Helen, comes to their timely rescue Helen offers them warm beds and a place to stay for the night and she also offers a bit of hope a hotel in the mountains called Mountain Falls Inn Supposedly, a former military buddy of her late husband s is heading up a group of survivors, and they may be able to offer a safe haven Christie is understandably dubious, since Paterville Camp was supposed to be safe too, but where else could they go With little options left, Christie decides to head up to the mountain compound with Helen, where the Colonel holds sway and things may not be as they seem.In this series, Matthew Costello offers up his version of zombie apocalypse but his creatures aren t quite zombies , and after plowing through Vacation in record time, I couldn t wait to get back to this terrifying world The prose style is short sentences, short chapters, and plenty of tension and suspense I love it He doesn t waste words and because of that, there s a constant feeling of immediacy and dread that will have you turning the pages with lightning speed It will probably hit a nerve with parents, in particular, because this is Christie s story, and her strength, determination, and willingness to defend the ones she loves, especially her children, at all costs will certainly resonate This series is perfect for fans of post apocalyptic fiction and of course, zombie fic, but to ignore it as a just plain good thriller would be a mistake I m hoping the author hasplans for this series, and if so, I can t wait


  6. Becky Becky says:

    When we left the Murphy family in the end of VACATION, they were in a bit of a pickle This follow up picks up just before the end of Vacation and follows wife Christie and kids as they escape Paterville and move on to the next challenge.Christie, Kate, and Simon narrowly managed to escape Paterville Camp, but they ve made it While they were away, though, it seems New York experience a massive power outage The electric fences designed to keep out the Can Heads failed and their world is crum When we left the Murphy family in the end of VACATION, they were in a bit of a pickle This follow up picks up just before the end of Vacation and follows wife Christie and kids as they escape Paterville and move on to the next challenge.Christie, Kate, and Simon narrowly managed to escape Paterville Camp, but they ve made it While they were away, though, it seems New York experience a massive power outage The electric fences designed to keep out the Can Heads failed and their world is crumbling around them As they make their trek home, they aren t sure what they ll find, but they hope it ll still be the haven husband Jack prepared for them If their home has been compromised, Christie isn t sure what she ll do, but she knows that protecting her family is her number one responsibility I ve tried hopefully somewhat successfully to avoid any possible spoilers here for folks who have yet to read VACATION It s a bit tough since Home is an immediate follow up, but I should point out that Home can essentially be read as a stand alone itself There s enough of a recap from Vacation that you get the gist of what the Murphy family is facing and what s going on around them in this future world.This one went a bitWalking Dead than the previous installment Muchof the family facing the outside world and traveling their way to some place safe.I missed Jack I really wantedof him It was nice to see Christie come into her own, though, since she sof a background character in VACATION and now the one in charge in Home Both of the kids getpage time as well and their growth is particularly fabulous.It s pretty clear in the end of HOME that there s muchto the Murphys story and some really cool elements not giving it away are introduced in the end that should lead into a follow up I ve no clue how many books may be planned for in this series but I ll be along for the ride for sure


  7. Erin Erin says:

    Even though I didn t love the first book in this duology, Vacation, I felt compelled to read the sequel Christie and her two children escape the Paterville Camp and drive back to Staten Island only to discover that the power has gone out in their housing development, leaving them vulnerable to the Can Heads the still unexplained cannibal zombie standins for those of you just joining us They meet a neighbor, an older widow named Helen, who knows of an inn in the mountains that a former Marine Even though I didn t love the first book in this duology, Vacation, I felt compelled to read the sequel Christie and her two children escape the Paterville Camp and drive back to Staten Island only to discover that the power has gone out in their housing development, leaving them vulnerable to the Can Heads the still unexplained cannibal zombie standins for those of you just joining us They meet a neighbor, an older widow named Helen, who knows of an inn in the mountains that a former Marine friend of her husband s has turned into a fortress Helen, Christie, Simon, and Kate travel there only to finddanger at every turn.So Really short paragraphs as in, one sentence long can be powerful and create tension, but Costello leans on this technique way too much This is a 300 page book that I read in one day because most of the page is white space You just can t support that level of tension for an entire book You could argue that the characters are experiencing that tension constantly, and this technique transfers that feeling to the reader, but I think it s just kind of lazy.Also, even though I liked this storyline , I still didn t really understand the big reveal at the end Christie and Helen have this aha, this is the horrible thing going down moment and I was kind of like,..not sure what s happening here Costello is ultimately driving at the idea that the line between monsters and humans is far thinner than it appears, butduh The whole book is pretty much about that, not to mention this idea has been covered in better ways throughout the genre But, did I stay up too late because I was compelled to finish it Yes Did the ending make me root for the characters want to slap them like they were real people Yes Is Christie less of an annoying dumb dumb Hell yes This is a fun popcorn read, just don t expect any great revelations Also don t expect to fully understand what the hell is going on


  8. Johanna Johanna says:

    I really enjoyed this book, which is saying something since I ve never been much of a horror fan But this book was so muchthan just a horror book it was about a family pulling together to survive in a world gone wrong A mother who loses her husband and has to learn how to cope, and how to be a single parent a teenage daughter, coming of age in a time where the survival of humanity is uncertain and a young boy who only wants to go home.This book felt very real and that s what made it s I really enjoyed this book, which is saying something since I ve never been much of a horror fan But this book was so muchthan just a horror book it was about a family pulling together to survive in a world gone wrong A mother who loses her husband and has to learn how to cope, and how to be a single parent a teenage daughter, coming of age in a time where the survival of humanity is uncertain and a young boy who only wants to go home.This book felt very real and that s what made it so hard to put down And what made it so I wont say scarylike unsettling to read Especially reading it in bed late at night, staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to readthatlastpage Because I had to know what happened next Matthew Costello s style of writing is so natural, I felt like I was watching the story instead of reading it It just flowed, and obviously kept me hooked My only complaint would be that, without reading the preceding book in the series, I was a little confused about what was going on until I had read quite a bit into the book, so a little re hashing of the events at the beginning would have definitely made things clearer for me, and for anyone else who might read the series out of order Still, it was a really good read, and I ll be keeping an eye out forMatthew Costello books in the future.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.wordpress.com


  9. William M. William M. says:

    Home, the sequel to Matthew Costello s Vacation, picks up right where the first book left off, throwing the reader into a vicious world of crazed and violent cannibals While this book has enough back story information for newcomers to read as a standalone novel, reading Vacation first would certainly be beneficial in understanding the characters and the desperate situation they are in.I enjoyed the first half of the book and felt it lived up to Vacation s intense and paranoid journey of post ap Home, the sequel to Matthew Costello s Vacation, picks up right where the first book left off, throwing the reader into a vicious world of crazed and violent cannibals While this book has enough back story information for newcomers to read as a standalone novel, reading Vacation first would certainly be beneficial in understanding the characters and the desperate situation they are in.I enjoyed the first half of the book and felt it lived up to Vacation s intense and paranoid journey of post apocalyptic survival But once the family gets to the Mountain Falls Hotel, things fall into fairly predictable events and lost a lot of steam Still a very solid and original spin on the zombie genre, but not as good as Vacation My advice would be to read Vacation and stop there The character of Jack Murphy was the most developed and likable, and when he is no longer there in Home, it definitely feels like the story is missing something


  10. Amber Madrid Navarro Amber Madrid Navarro says:

    Well, I finished this book in about three days so I believe that s worth something Overall, I really enjoyed it and I m so pleased that I won this from the first reads contest In my opinion the storyline of this book was somewhat reminiscent of the TV show Walking Dead So, if you re into that sort of thing this would be right up your alley and I would definitely recommend it I think the best part of this book would have to be the characters, and the emotional roller coaster their on Costel Well, I finished this book in about three days so I believe that s worth something Overall, I really enjoyed it and I m so pleased that I won this from the first reads contest In my opinion the storyline of this book was somewhat reminiscent of the TV show Walking Dead So, if you re into that sort of thing this would be right up your alley and I would definitely recommend it I think the best part of this book would have to be the characters, and the emotional roller coaster their on Costello really does a great job of making sure the reader can truly feel what the characters are going through, and empathize with the situations their facing on daily basis The only bone I have to pick with this book is the way ended After everything we went through over the course of their trek to find a safe haven, the ending was just way to abrupt for my liking


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Home ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☄ Home Author Matthew Costello – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Besieged and attacked, a mother and her children must escape a post apocalyptic nightmare world of cannibals and betrayalJack Murphy thought he d found the perfect escape for his family from a world g Besieged and attacked, a mother and her children must escape a post apocalyptic nightmare world of cannibals and betrayalJack Murphy thought he d found the perfect escape for his family from a world gone horribly mad He thought wrong Matthew Costello s Home begins mere minutes after the terrible sacrifice made by Jack to save his family at Paterville Camp Barely escaping, Jack s wife, Christie, and two children, Kate and Simon, must accept that their lives and their future have changed foreverIn this intimate and human survivalist horror story, the three of them will face even greater dangers, as well as yet unknown horrors, to simply stay alive as together they search for a road Home in this intense and original postapocalyptic thriller.

  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Home
  • Matthew Costello
  • English
  • 04 May 2019
  • 1250012732

About the Author: Matthew Costello

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10 thoughts on “Home

  1. Jonathan Rosas Jonathan Rosas says:

    Only a slight better than it s predecessor Home literally takes place seconds after Vacation ends Even though the story is pretty much the the same a family trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, and getting screwed over in the process somehow, the story managed to catch my attention a littleThere were parts towards the end of the book I actually surprised myself by liking them Those brief moments however, could not save the book from being terribly written I don t know why the Only a slight better than it s predecessor Home literally takes place seconds after Vacation ends Even though the story is pretty much the the same a family trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, and getting screwed over in the process somehow, the story managed to catch my attention a littleThere were parts towards the end of the book I actually surprised myself by liking them Those brief moments however, could not save the book from being terribly written I don t know why the author insists on breaking up paragraphs into mini sentences The longest paragraph in the book has to be two, maybe three sentences long Another gripe about the book is the constant use of two words back to back We get it, the character is stuttering However, now instead of her sound like she s in fear, it just sounds like she has a stutter Some of the dialogue is downright horrendous I will say that this, along with the first book, would be amazing if they made a movie without ever have written a book This would make an incredible movie This is the first and only time I will ever say that I would have preferred a movie over the book

  2. Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent for free from the publisher in exchange for a review I will give my honest opinion.I honestly loved this book The plot moved quickly, even with moments of grieving by the mother Those grieving moments didn t last long and they were realistic.I was anxious while reading this, because you are never sure if they will survive It s been awhile since I was scared while reading horror.The characters were really well done.Highly recommended.

  3. Steven Steven says:

    A very solid follow up to Vacation The world he describes is terrifying to think about A fun read

  4. Ienjoyhorror Ienjoyhorror says:

    Alright, but not really too much of an advancement in the story The colonel, the main human threat in this one, is much tamer than the antagonists of the last book, and the can heads, aside from a tantalizing bit mentioning possibly having mutated, don t show up much as memorably as in the first.

  5. Kristin (MyBookishWays Reviews) Kristin (MyBookishWays Reviews) says:

    You may also read my review here opens right where Vacation left off Actually it opens up a little bit sooner in order to remind the reader just how much of a tragic disaster the ending of Vacation was By that I mean our hero in the first book, Jack Murphy, made a terrible sacrifice in order to help his family escape what was supposed to be a family vacation free of restrictions, where his kids could run and play in an environment not overrun by Ca You may also read my review here opens right where Vacation left off Actually it opens up a little bit sooner in order to remind the reader just how much of a tragic disaster the ending of Vacation was By that I mean our hero in the first book, Jack Murphy, made a terrible sacrifice in order to help his family escape what was supposed to be a family vacation free of restrictions, where his kids could run and play in an environment not overrun by Can Heads cannibalistic plague carriers The world of Vacation and Home is a world trying to overcome a devastating plague that turned people into monsters Your every move is monitored and if you re lucky, you live in a gated community with armed guards and hopefully your own huge stockpile of guns and ammo Jack and Christie Murphy were one such family Jack saw what these creatures could do on a daily basis, and in turn, took a nearly phobic approach to protecting his family Vacation impressed the hell out of me, in part by the fact that even though Jack was the main character, the author made Christie a force unto herself, one that, in spite of some problems, loved her husband and trusted him implicitly, so that when the you know what hit the fan, Christie trusted that her husband wouldn t lead them astray He didn t, and Home continues Christie s story with her two children, Kate, and Simon.When the threesome head out of Paterville Camp, they notice that things aren t quite what they should be When they stop at a gathering of civilians and police, they learn that home may not be the safe er place it used to be Even so, they re going to need the supplies that have been stockpiled at the house, so in spite of strong misgivings, Christie makes the decision to head home anyway They arrive home to a devastated neighborhood and Christie decides to gather up supplies and leave, but a group of Can Heads throw a wrench into things, and a neighbor, Helen, comes to their timely rescue Helen offers them warm beds and a place to stay for the night and she also offers a bit of hope a hotel in the mountains called Mountain Falls Inn Supposedly, a former military buddy of her late husband s is heading up a group of survivors, and they may be able to offer a safe haven Christie is understandably dubious, since Paterville Camp was supposed to be safe too, but where else could they go With little options left, Christie decides to head up to the mountain compound with Helen, where the Colonel holds sway and things may not be as they seem.In this series, Matthew Costello offers up his version of zombie apocalypse but his creatures aren t quite zombies , and after plowing through Vacation in record time, I couldn t wait to get back to this terrifying world The prose style is short sentences, short chapters, and plenty of tension and suspense I love it He doesn t waste words and because of that, there s a constant feeling of immediacy and dread that will have you turning the pages with lightning speed It will probably hit a nerve with parents, in particular, because this is Christie s story, and her strength, determination, and willingness to defend the ones she loves, especially her children, at all costs will certainly resonate This series is perfect for fans of post apocalyptic fiction and of course, zombie fic, but to ignore it as a just plain good thriller would be a mistake I m hoping the author hasplans for this series, and if so, I can t wait

  6. Becky Becky says:

    When we left the Murphy family in the end of VACATION, they were in a bit of a pickle This follow up picks up just before the end of Vacation and follows wife Christie and kids as they escape Paterville and move on to the next challenge.Christie, Kate, and Simon narrowly managed to escape Paterville Camp, but they ve made it While they were away, though, it seems New York experience a massive power outage The electric fences designed to keep out the Can Heads failed and their world is crum When we left the Murphy family in the end of VACATION, they were in a bit of a pickle This follow up picks up just before the end of Vacation and follows wife Christie and kids as they escape Paterville and move on to the next challenge.Christie, Kate, and Simon narrowly managed to escape Paterville Camp, but they ve made it While they were away, though, it seems New York experience a massive power outage The electric fences designed to keep out the Can Heads failed and their world is crumbling around them As they make their trek home, they aren t sure what they ll find, but they hope it ll still be the haven husband Jack prepared for them If their home has been compromised, Christie isn t sure what she ll do, but she knows that protecting her family is her number one responsibility I ve tried hopefully somewhat successfully to avoid any possible spoilers here for folks who have yet to read VACATION It s a bit tough since Home is an immediate follow up, but I should point out that Home can essentially be read as a stand alone itself There s enough of a recap from Vacation that you get the gist of what the Murphy family is facing and what s going on around them in this future world.This one went a bitWalking Dead than the previous installment Muchof the family facing the outside world and traveling their way to some place safe.I missed Jack I really wantedof him It was nice to see Christie come into her own, though, since she sof a background character in VACATION and now the one in charge in Home Both of the kids getpage time as well and their growth is particularly fabulous.It s pretty clear in the end of HOME that there s muchto the Murphys story and some really cool elements not giving it away are introduced in the end that should lead into a follow up I ve no clue how many books may be planned for in this series but I ll be along for the ride for sure

  7. Erin Erin says:

    Even though I didn t love the first book in this duology, Vacation, I felt compelled to read the sequel Christie and her two children escape the Paterville Camp and drive back to Staten Island only to discover that the power has gone out in their housing development, leaving them vulnerable to the Can Heads the still unexplained cannibal zombie standins for those of you just joining us They meet a neighbor, an older widow named Helen, who knows of an inn in the mountains that a former Marine Even though I didn t love the first book in this duology, Vacation, I felt compelled to read the sequel Christie and her two children escape the Paterville Camp and drive back to Staten Island only to discover that the power has gone out in their housing development, leaving them vulnerable to the Can Heads the still unexplained cannibal zombie standins for those of you just joining us They meet a neighbor, an older widow named Helen, who knows of an inn in the mountains that a former Marine friend of her husband s has turned into a fortress Helen, Christie, Simon, and Kate travel there only to finddanger at every turn.So Really short paragraphs as in, one sentence long can be powerful and create tension, but Costello leans on this technique way too much This is a 300 page book that I read in one day because most of the page is white space You just can t support that level of tension for an entire book You could argue that the characters are experiencing that tension constantly, and this technique transfers that feeling to the reader, but I think it s just kind of lazy.Also, even though I liked this storyline , I still didn t really understand the big reveal at the end Christie and Helen have this aha, this is the horrible thing going down moment and I was kind of like,..not sure what s happening here Costello is ultimately driving at the idea that the line between monsters and humans is far thinner than it appears, butduh The whole book is pretty much about that, not to mention this idea has been covered in better ways throughout the genre But, did I stay up too late because I was compelled to finish it Yes Did the ending make me root for the characters want to slap them like they were real people Yes Is Christie less of an annoying dumb dumb Hell yes This is a fun popcorn read, just don t expect any great revelations Also don t expect to fully understand what the hell is going on

  8. Johanna Johanna says:

    I really enjoyed this book, which is saying something since I ve never been much of a horror fan But this book was so muchthan just a horror book it was about a family pulling together to survive in a world gone wrong A mother who loses her husband and has to learn how to cope, and how to be a single parent a teenage daughter, coming of age in a time where the survival of humanity is uncertain and a young boy who only wants to go home.This book felt very real and that s what made it s I really enjoyed this book, which is saying something since I ve never been much of a horror fan But this book was so muchthan just a horror book it was about a family pulling together to survive in a world gone wrong A mother who loses her husband and has to learn how to cope, and how to be a single parent a teenage daughter, coming of age in a time where the survival of humanity is uncertain and a young boy who only wants to go home.This book felt very real and that s what made it so hard to put down And what made it so I wont say scarylike unsettling to read Especially reading it in bed late at night, staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to readthatlastpage Because I had to know what happened next Matthew Costello s style of writing is so natural, I felt like I was watching the story instead of reading it It just flowed, and obviously kept me hooked My only complaint would be that, without reading the preceding book in the series, I was a little confused about what was going on until I had read quite a bit into the book, so a little re hashing of the events at the beginning would have definitely made things clearer for me, and for anyone else who might read the series out of order Still, it was a really good read, and I ll be keeping an eye out forMatthew Costello books in the future.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.wordpress.com

  9. William M. William M. says:

    Home, the sequel to Matthew Costello s Vacation, picks up right where the first book left off, throwing the reader into a vicious world of crazed and violent cannibals While this book has enough back story information for newcomers to read as a standalone novel, reading Vacation first would certainly be beneficial in understanding the characters and the desperate situation they are in.I enjoyed the first half of the book and felt it lived up to Vacation s intense and paranoid journey of post ap Home, the sequel to Matthew Costello s Vacation, picks up right where the first book left off, throwing the reader into a vicious world of crazed and violent cannibals While this book has enough back story information for newcomers to read as a standalone novel, reading Vacation first would certainly be beneficial in understanding the characters and the desperate situation they are in.I enjoyed the first half of the book and felt it lived up to Vacation s intense and paranoid journey of post apocalyptic survival But once the family gets to the Mountain Falls Hotel, things fall into fairly predictable events and lost a lot of steam Still a very solid and original spin on the zombie genre, but not as good as Vacation My advice would be to read Vacation and stop there The character of Jack Murphy was the most developed and likable, and when he is no longer there in Home, it definitely feels like the story is missing something

  10. Amber Madrid Navarro Amber Madrid Navarro says:

    Well, I finished this book in about three days so I believe that s worth something Overall, I really enjoyed it and I m so pleased that I won this from the first reads contest In my opinion the storyline of this book was somewhat reminiscent of the TV show Walking Dead So, if you re into that sort of thing this would be right up your alley and I would definitely recommend it I think the best part of this book would have to be the characters, and the emotional roller coaster their on Costel Well, I finished this book in about three days so I believe that s worth something Overall, I really enjoyed it and I m so pleased that I won this from the first reads contest In my opinion the storyline of this book was somewhat reminiscent of the TV show Walking Dead So, if you re into that sort of thing this would be right up your alley and I would definitely recommend it I think the best part of this book would have to be the characters, and the emotional roller coaster their on Costello really does a great job of making sure the reader can truly feel what the characters are going through, and empathize with the situations their facing on daily basis The only bone I have to pick with this book is the way ended After everything we went through over the course of their trek to find a safe haven, the ending was just way to abrupt for my liking

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