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Surviving the Evacuation Book 12: Britain's End, another great Tayell effort
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2018
Frank Tayell just keeps on developing Surviving the Evacuation here in Book 12: Britain's End. He prose style is easy to read and the horror of the situation keeps bleeding into every facet of the book. Good folks die from zombie massacre and one even dies by accident so Tayell reminds his reader that both are ways to die. The apocalypse survivors are spread over London, Angelsey, Dublin, and elsewhere. Everywhere to where they could escape has different pros and cons. A constant in all of it are, first, the zombies and , worse, completely ruthless people who want total power over others and who will stop at nothing to gain that power.
Do I recommend STE Book 12: Britain's End? I can give a wholehearted YES to that question. I would even go so far as to recommend starting with Book 1 and moving up to 12. Tayell surprised me with his good storytelling and improvements in it as the series continued. Action, horror, love, suspense: it's all in the series and worth suspending disbelief to follow.
I have to note here that Tayell uses a cool device to bring readers up to date with the story, especially helpful to new readers I imagine. He has a teenage girl explain past events to an infant and she does so with humor and gusto. Great use of the device!