I guess I bought book five in the Slow Burn series by Bobby Adair just to see what happens next. Not because I love the books. They aren’t horrible. They are actually good. My biggest gripe is that the books spend too much time on one scene. Six pages describing a drift/float to the river is just too long. I found myself skimming, waiting for something to happen.
Ok. I have read thru the first four books. Two were free. Two were paid for. The books were ok. Not to many typos and indie-common-place mistakes.
I have them on my kindle if you need to borrow them. (Message me here)
The story was typical for a zombie/infection series. In book three there was one action scene that droned on for 20 pages (on kindle paperwhite). Ugggg
I really like zombie books… I have read 50 or so… They all seem to start reading the same. If you know of a good zombie book that’s a bit unusual or takes a different approach post it here!
Here is a link to the book Bloodbreeders, Book One. I have the Trilogy on my Kindle if you want to borrow it post a comment here with your email address and I can loan it to you.
Here is the review I left for all three books.
This review is from: Bloodbreeders: Living in Darkness (Kindle Edition)
I was to tired, and didn’t have the attention span to read… I surfed Amazon, scavenging for free books… I was lucky enough to get all three… Living in Darkness, The Revenge and Seeking others for FREE… I have read first two so far… and LOVE them.. Violence, love, revenge, fairness, great characters, a good story… I def give five stars … there are few typos, and missing quotation marks, I noticed while reading dialog.. but easily over looked.. and common in self published e-books… so if you spend the $$ they are worth it…