Happy Monday! Today I get to share with you Nicky Peacock’s latest installment in her Battle of the Undead series. A great pick up from the last book. You are thrown deeper into the changed world full of Undead villains and Vampire heroes. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb. You can find my review of Bad Blood, the first book in the series here. Have a wonderful week ahead!
“You know now that monsters are real. Whether they have recently risen to reach for your flesh, or have chosen now to step from the shadows; you are surrounded by them. You also know that I am one too, but I’m all you’ve got and time is running out…”
There’s no rest for the wicked, especially in a zombie apocalypse. Britannia has used every vampire skill at her disposal to keep those she cares for safe, but with old enemies and unseen adversaries moving against her, she will have to push herself to both her physical and ethical limits to survive. Britannia is changing, but will it be for the better?
Please note this is the second book in a series that should be read in order.
Britannia is back. She finds herself washed ashore and looking for willing humans. What she finds is how the zombie apocalypse has spread to not only humans but animals also. Though in finding this she runs into a past nemesis that she would do anything to vanquish. Unfortunately her decisions will change her and reveal how the Zombie infection was developed. But when all those she cares about is threatened she must do all she can to protect them and their dwindling food supply.
This was an exciting and entertaining sequel in this series. I really saw how Britannia has changed and how she changes those around her. We found her on her own a lot in this book. Her loved ones were pretty sparse in this book. There are also a lot of big revelations in this book. Revelations that will rock Britannia to her foundation. Though this was an exciting addition, I wished there had been more to this story than their was. I think things could have been explored a bit more than it was. Overall, this was a good paranormal book that will have you salivating for more.