by Rebecca Morsman
I like a good zombie film and this would make a good zombie film. Claire our heroine, gets what seems to be a dream job as a horse trainer. The location is 20 miles out of town. That’s right the location is isolated oh no, you know what this means in a horror story.
The author is good at creating all kinds of fear, stress and anxiety and this book delivers all three. The house, or ranch, has horses, pigs, cows and chickens dogs and people. The House is set in rural Oklahoma. The plot is outlined in the PD, so I won’t repeat that. But here is what got me, the graphic imagery has turned me into a vegetarian, I can’t eat meat. (I love steak and chips but this made feel uneasy eating any meat last night)
Needless to say the writing is good, warning it may induce fear and nightmares in those of a nervous disposition ( all the kids will buy it now I have said that) The animals on the ranch are, vulnerable and penned in, so are the people. The imagery is shocking everything about the book is class. The length is perfect, the cop that shows up, the dogs the wild rural setting all conspire to throw you off balance.
All the elements of this book work together and keep the reader on edge, Remember. Blood in a book is real blood, If I am sat watching a movie I know it’s fake blood. then enter the Zombies, this book is so terrifying. Entertaining oh Yes.
This book is highly recommended
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