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- Print Length: 326 pages
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- Publisher: Beezle Media, LLC (March 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D8V947M
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Slow Burn: Sanctum, Book 9 (Slow Burn Zombie Apocalypse Series) Kindle Edition
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The author continues with a great series. I won't summarize because 1) spoilers and 2) if you read this series, the author does the readers a great service by beginning each book with a quick synopsis of each previous installment... a very helpful service that I wish all series authors would adopt.
Slow Burn 9 is on the same quality level as all previous installments - I can't think of a single weak entry in the series. If you're new to the series, really really start at the beginning! It'll be worth it. If you've followed along, you will not be disappointed by this book. Well. perhaps a bit by how quickly you read through it to find out what's happening with our protagonists.
Wish I could give this book and this series six stars.
I appreciate the author's writing style which makes it easy to slip into Zed's and Murph's world in a way that allows the reader to contemplate their approach in their situations. The situations are fresh and never stale. The characters are extremely likeable and well worth the investment by readership. Looking forward to SB#10 and beyond ...
After 9 books, this series should feel stale or like it's dragging and, yet this series always works. For me, it was at this point, or before, that other zombie tales, like Fortress Britain or The apocalypse Crusade (both of which I love) felt like they NEEDED to end.
Not so for Slow Burn, apparently the title applies to the series as well as the chargers, because it's still burning and still amazing.
Adair writes a compelling and believable tale of destruction, love, Chaos and war. Weaving a take that is fun, while exposing the horror of humanity and still finding ways of showcasing humanity's absolute beauty. I hope the author never stops writing, because I will never stop reading.
This entire series is balls to the walls crazy, but somehow this book raised the stakes and still managed to rap up an ending that felt completely true to the characters and their situations.
The Valiant Null Spot rides again as Zed (and the Mighty Murphy) decide to finally head west and see if their friends made it to the, hopefully safe, promised land. But once again, the apocalypse throws a wrench into what should be a fairly straight forward trip.
By trying to destroy the Survivor Army, with the help of a pissed off hoard of infected, Zed may have just destroyed humanity's hope for finding a cure-or as least a vaccine-potentially ending the lives of his newest friends. Of course, Zed's hero complex once again pushes him to see if there are any lives to be be saved after the chaos he's wrought.
Fleeing the relative safety (and ammunition) in Killeen, Zed and Murphy are once again naked, literally and figuratively, against a raging hoard. Through it all, Zed's unstoppable rage is bubbling driving him to take bigger, and dumber, chances. At this point, even Murphy is exhausted and Zed must face his own inner demon, as well as the White skinned nightmares that now own this world.
So it's one last mission, one last adventure, before Zed and Murphy head west, searching for their friends and family, who they are almost positive are dead. After all, in the apocalypse, everyone you love dies. Or do they?
A perfect (just for now) ending.
I can't wait to see the madness that Book 10 may bring and what new horrors await Zed, Murphy and their Skillfully Unlucky Band of Misfits.
Side Note (spoiler) : Thinking about that helicopter ride into the Air Force Base, made me feel it in my stomach. Wretch!
Side Note 2 (potential spoiler) : Maybe Zed's need to kill Whites has something to do with his elevated temperature. The higher it goes, the more that need increases?