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- Print Length: 186 pages
- Publisher: Stitched Smile Publications (July 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0744CQJ6R
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #820,451 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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That's right. What started as something with good intentions quickly got away from those "in control" and blossomed into the monster that it is today. Go figure. Flash forward a bit and those in adulthood are few, while the workforce is filled in with the children that survived...and are still trying to. They're still trying to figure out how to eradicate the disease and possibly turn the zombies back into humans. our main man Caleb survived a whole host of gruesomeness and still lives with the storms it created within him, but the reasons behind his survival were chalked up to luck and skill...until now. It seems there is more to him than meets the eye, but don't worry...he's still on someone's menu as he attempts to survive long enough to secure his own future as well as quite possibly the fate of the world.
All in all, the writing was smooth, the story line was without holes, and it left you wanting more in the best way possible. Now I will say that the whole BZ's and RBZ's thing is a little humorous but while definitely a stretch of the imagination, they still stand squarely on their own two grossly sized feet. If you're a YA Paranormal fan, love conspiracy theories, or simply have a hankering for zombie culture, this should be on your summer reading list!
**copy received for review
Not only did the protagonist, a 17 year old boy named Caleb, have heart and character, but he was thoroughly human. The story telling was tight with great editing and dialogue. As young Caleb tries to navigate a world rebuilding following the zombie crisis (a difficult order even in our current, nonzombified world,) it gets even harrier as certain mysteries unfold at Zomtech—both about the world and about himself.
If you like Warm Bodies (which I thought was superb) then this is the sort of book for you. It has heat and soul… and braaaaaiiiinnss…
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Humanity's Hope is not one of those books.
This young adult zombie thriller is intense in exactly the right ways, keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through, and is just what you're looking for in a zombie book.
Caleb, the protagonist, is an interesting, multi-layered character. He's competent (read: kick-butt) but also deeply unstable. The delving into Caleb's psychology makes the story that much more absorbing and gripping. I was just as eager to find out what happened in Caleb's past as I was to discover who's targeting him in the present day.
The supporting characters are equally interesting. Each of them seemed to have their own backstory, and in some cases we didn't get the whole thing: just hints of it. I love that. It made them more compelling somehow, maybe because the reader is left to imagine the rest, and one of the first rules of storytelling is that events are usually more awesome in our imagination than they are when the author spells them out for us in great detail.
Sinclair is a good storyteller in more ways than one. The intensity in this book is real. At various points in the story, Caleb finds himself running from the police, eluding the government, hiding out in a zombie ghetto, and having an all out battle with - let's be honest - just about everyone, The plot moves fast and is not for the faint-hearted, as you're going to be holding your breath along with Caleb while he hides in plain sight and comes increasingly close to being discovered (or killed).
Can I talk about the ending now? Without giving anything away, the last few pages involve a pretty crazy twist - like flip your brain upside down and slam dunk it in a swimming pool of exploding lemons kind of crazy twist.
You're getting close to the end of the book - like so close there's approximately two pages left - and you're like "This can't possibly get resolved... noooooo!" And then it's just over.
At first I thought, "Well that was stupid."
Then I thought about it, and then I thought about it some more, and now I'm thinking, "That was awesome."
The ending felt abrupt at first, but then I realized it was the perfect note to end on. I don't know if there's going to be a sequel or not, but either way, it's kind of cool because the book has been this roller coaster and then it's just over all of a sudden. It worked.
Also, kudos to the author for getting zombies and pizza in the same book. I appreciate it.
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Caleb was a wonderful character! I definitely felt the pain he carried with him.Read more