Book Review: Nock by Scott McGlasson


A short story.

Set ten years after the rise of the undead or “ferals” as Scott refers, we meet Stace Tomlinson, a self-motivated individual with a strong ambition as to what she wants out of life.

Accustomed to life in the “after” she lives in a world where the technology and the mod-cons we are surrounded with no longer exist.

With guns now a thing of the past, her weapon of choice is a bow. After being trained scrupulously by her father, this daddy’s girl is suddenly thrown into the deep end when faced with her fathers worst nightmare.

I read this book in an hour and a half and I was completely hooked. I thought that the way Scott described the undead, as if his characters were out hunting deer was absolutely fantastic, and oozing in originality, something which is very hard to do within the post-apocalyptic genre.

It was big buck. Probably a well-muscled man once, by the looks of it.”  

Overall, I genuinely struggle to find a bad word to say about Nock. I found myself extremely disappointed as I got to the last page, simply because I did not want it to end.

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output_v7npvlReview by Jessica Ward – Author of E-Virus The Diary of a Modern Day Girl

Set in the familiar locations of Cheshire, the world of this tech savvy, shoe loving Cheshire Girl is thrown into complete chaos as the E-Virus spreads through the Nation, where she has to fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic wasteland in a world where the dead just won’t stay dead.

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