- Series: AM13 Outbreak Series
- Paperback: 220 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing, LLC (May 19, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1680586475
- ISBN-13: 978-1680586473
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,371,042 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Extinct (AM13 Outbreak Series) (Volume 3) Paperback – May 19, 2016
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This is the conclusion of the AM13 Outbreak Series and it's starts and ends with so many twist and turns these Zombies are sure be dizzy.
I read right through this and was on the edge of my seat, biting my poor fingernails, now nubs, to find out how AM13 Outbreak Series will end. I loved seeing old characters and running into things left behind. Dr. Jones diary and a bottle that must be the cure. It's literally a fight to the finish for these survivors that you won't want to miss.
Epic Conclusion to this Series!
****I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy.****
Cutting Muse Blog Review
Review It's over... I'm not ready for it to be over LOL
Book 3 follows another awesome new character, Georgie. We get to meet a lot more characters, and meet up again with some from past books, but don't get too attached! I just can't say enough about how much I love reading about the zombie apocalypse from this point of view, so different from other books I have read. We also get a lot of answers from the past books, and it is done so well. The title is pretty self explanatory, but is it for the humans or the zombies?... that is the question isn't it?
I never cease to be amazed by Sands' talent in describing the horrors of zombies.
AM13 series is written in such an amazingly horrifying way that it could be based on reality.
I don't think it was necessary to read the first book in order to understand the second one, but reading the second one really does provide a lot of background for this book. The notebook written by the scientist in book two plays a big part in this one. Though there is a fair amount of gore, I felt that this book focused more on story, which was good. If this is the end of the series, it ends on a pretty strong note.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Georgie is currently safe on an island, along with tons of other people, that is said to be disease free. She's hopeful that a cure will be found soon, and that she'll be able to go back home soon. Unfortunately for her, things take a turn for the worse when the truth about what's really going on is revealed. Who can she trust? Can she survive? Or will the human race as we know it be wiped out completely? You'll have to read the book and see how this amazing series ends!
I really liked how this story was told from yet another character's point of view, if you will, but it still continued on from where the second book left off. The book had characters you wanted to root for. They were decent enough, and you really didn't want to see anything happen to them. Then there were characters who you were unsure about, and when their truths were revealed, you either liked them or hated them completely. And, trust me, there's one character who really fits that latter. This person is abhorrent.
The plot moves along nicely, keeping you on your toes and eager to see what might happen next. It's a pretty quick read, although not so quick that you find yourself disappointed. Everything is tied together with a nice little bow, and by the end, you'll be feeling as though you just stepped off some crazy, horrific roller coaster ride.
I've given Extinct 4.5 stars. And I would highly recommend the series to fans of zombies and horror novels. It's a really good trilogy of books.
27 year old Zombie horror author Georgina Blake is living in a world where her life is imitating her art. A virus outbreak of AM13, which was discovered by a news researcher, turns those who suffer from the infection into the undead. Remaining survivors were told to get to the airport and were flown to an island for safety. Life on the island is not that easy, though, as fear, violence, and terror rule the day. With a complete breakdown of society due to the outbreak, will life for the survivors be as horrific in safety as it was in the outbreak zone?
Georgina comes across as self obsessed, worried more about her appearance and her own life than about the outbreak itself. Although the book is written in a unique voice, with Georgina narrating her own story, it really did not grab my attention in any meaningful way. As an extension of the Outbreak series, it did not hold up to its predecessors for me. I am a big fan of dystopian novels with a paranormal component, so Extinct should have been right up my alley. I found the dialogue to be forced in places and the story was not as compelling as I had hoped. For these reasons, I would not recommend Extinct to other readers.