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Yes, the second of the series read in 24 hours, too! In which Bill Wright's leg gets better enough for him to move around a bit, he travels south, meets people, abandons old plans, makes new ones, gets betrayed, discovered - oh, look, it's another page turner, right? Put it like this - husband and I were watching a good film and he fell asleep; I very quietly turned the sound down to low and picked up my Kindle so I could read as much of this as possible before he woke up again....!
Bill and Kim's experience is a lot more terrifying than in other zombie apoc books I've read, or indeed The Walking Dead. In Frank Tayell's books there are hardly any survivors and a hell of a lot more zombies; I notice that each person who writes these stories has a slightly different take on how the infection spreads.
We discover more in this part about Sholto and the Prometheus project - all good stuff. I found the ending a little bizarre, and not quite in keeping with the realism of the rest of the book, which is why I have knocked half a star off an otherwise fab second episode. And I've already bought the other three.
Book 1: London is reviewed HERE
Book 3: Family is reviewed HERE
Book 4: Unsafe Haven is reviewed HERE