Massive solar flares soak our planet in radiation and bring about an apocalyptic event. Millions die from the blast. Most of the remaining population (human and animal) become mutants. There are only a small number of humans left and they are fighting for their survival.
The story is captivating at times and full of interesting twists. However, the ending leaves the reader with to many questions and puts a damper on the entire book.
Victoria, the main character of the book, suffers with PTSD from an auto accident that took the life of young girl named Anna. Victoria must learn to forgive herself and find a way to live in the world.
The story is interesting, but some of the scenarios drag on for way to long and makes the book seem a bit boring. Also, some of the characters lack depth. They are extremely one sided and it felt unnatural.
I did not love or hate the book. I just thought it was okay.
In the future, the ultra-rich control everything. They sponsor the police department and the government.
For entertainment, the ultra-rich enjoy gambling. They developed a lottery by sending invites to a group of people. Those invited have the option to decline or to play. The last player alive will win several million dollars.
As you can image, some of the lottery players start to murder other players and the police department refuses to investigate.
The story is interesting and wild at times. The hero’s actions in the end, will make you want to jump up and cheer. This is a wonderful book and I recommend it.
The book series, Alien Hunters, is a futuristic science-fiction story.
Earth is about to be conquered by an evil alien race that has already destroyed numerous planets. The only hope for our planet is a magical alien. However, that magical alien is being hunted and must be rescued.
Two brothers from Earth go on a quest to save the magical alien. They encounter numinous obstacles and must risk their life on more than one occasion.
The plot is interesting, but some of the sciences and characters are to silly to feel realistic. All in all, I would say the book series is fair.