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Surviving The Evacuation, Book 10: The Last Candidate Paperback – April 27, 2017
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 27, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 252 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1546329269
- ISBN-13 : 978-1546329268
- Item Weight : 13.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.63 x 9 inches
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- #12,788 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
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Ok, right up front this isn’t a single book review I’m reviewing the whole saga that is ‘Surviving the Evacuation’. I’m retired with plenty of time on my hands and like to read books that form a series rather than just individual stories. I admit that having finished reading the 20 books, so far, in the series I went back to book 1 and started reading the series for a second time enjoying it just as much as I did the first time.
First off, this is one of the best series of books I have read and I read a lot in the post-apocalyptic genre. Normally I would avoid books about zombies but this series isn’t really about zombies although they are the focus of the problems the characters have in their survival. It’s about surviving in a post-apocalyptic world and all the problems that that entails.
What is refreshing in this series is that women play a major role in the leadership, decision making and the fighting.
I’m desperately trying not to put any spoiler’s in this review so it won’t be an in-depth review of the individual stories.
Basically the story starts in England and then travels across continents. What I like is that the author will track what happens to individuals as they venture into the wastelands but he also keeps track of what is happening back at where the main body of the survivors are currently based.
There’s plenty of action fighting the zombies, corrupt government officials, a criminal cartel and survival itself.
One thing, you have to leave reality behind you are stepping off the reality bus when you read a book about zombies. Yes, you can look at what the characters in the book do and say to yourself they wouldn’t do that or they should’ve done this or this just wouldn’t happen.
This isn’t a ‘Surviving the Apocalypse book for Dummies’ so don’t expect the characters to act or do things that people would do in the real world.
This series of books are simply a good read and I’m looking forward to reading the continuation of the stories that the author has started in the books. There is still a long way for the survivors to go and I hope the author is up to the journey.
The most obvious issues are the ridiculous theories, discussions and plans banded around endlessley. How many times do you want to discuss wind turbines? !, they're absolutely massive. 2 It would take a team of 30 to strip it down - and that is WITH specialist equipment and knowledge, they send TWO people!!
The discussions are totally absurd and this series is seriously being swamped by nonsense now just to pad out the pages.
Getting tired of this now.
My only disappointment was the relative lack of interaction between Bill and Kim in this volume, as well as Annette playing a relatively small role, it would be good to see certainly more of the relationship of the former two in the next volume, but also because this family unit (including Daisy) provide the context for Bill, Sholto and Kim's decisions for a future life if not world
Without adding spoilers this book takes a turn for the unexpected for the reader and the characters, and ends with a body blow, that leaves one ever eager for the next volume.
Would highly recommend, especially if you have read the rest of the series. If you have not read the series, start at the beginning! It is well worth it.