Book Review: Aftershock by Valerie Bougher and Kristopher Lioudis

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Aftershock is a collection of short stories, each story told from a different survivor. The survivors all come from different walks of life and each have completely different characteristics.

Some characters I loved, and some characters I took an instant dislike to, but no matter what their background was, they all had something in common, they had all been affected in one way or another by the same virus.

I enjoyed every second of this book and it was a genuine pleasure to read. I would urge all zombie apocalypse fans to please pick up Aftershock, I promise you will not be disappointed!

It is very well written, captivating and each and every story left me wanting more.

For your copy of Aftershock CLICK HERE for the eBook or CLICK HERE for the audiobook!

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Review 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.

Where to buy:
Amazon
Waterstones
& all good book stores!

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