August 1, 2012

Sundered Tour: Review

 Author: Shannon Mayer
 Genre: Horror/Fantasy
A miracle drug, Nevermore, spreads like wildfire throughout the world allowing people to eat what they want, no matter how unhealthy it is and yet still lose weight. It is everything the human population has ever dreamed of and Mara is no different. Only a simple twist of fate stops her from taking the drug.

As the weeks roll by, it becomes apparent that Nevermore is not the miracle it claimed. A true to life nightmare, the drug steals the very essence that makes up humanity and unleashes a new and deadly species on the world, a species bent on filling its belly. Locked down within their small farm home, Mara and her husband Sebastian struggle against increasingly bad odds, fighting off marauders and monsters alike.

But Sebastian carries a dark secret, one that more than threatens to tear them apart, it threatens to destroy them both and the love they have for each other.
The secret forces Mara to make the ultimate choice. Will she live for love, or will she live to survive?

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Genre - Fantasy & Horror
Rating - PG13
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Sundered is a zombie horror novel where people are turned into zombies after receiving a miracle drug called Nevermore. Mara and her husband Sebastian are stranded on their small farm and are forced to try to survive against the odds. Sebastian turns out to be harboring a dark secret that could not only destroy his marriage, but could destroy their lives as well.
I found the plot and story line for this novel to be cliched and overdone. It was pretty predictable in almost every aspect. I figured out what the big secret that Sebastian holds was before the end of the second chapter. The characters were good in idea but had no depth and no real unique personalities. The action and thrills in the book were well done and added great intensity to the narrative. Overall, I found this to be just another run of the mill zombie apocalypse book that had nothing really unique to offer for the reader, but was a quick and easy read that zombie lovers would enjoy.

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