Survivor: A Sanctuary Novella (Sanctuary End Times Series Book 2)
by Pauline Creeden
Genre: Apocalyptic – Science Fiction
What if the Biblical End Times unfolded in a way no one told you about and the rapture didn’t happen before the tribulation began…
Aliens have attacked and Rory’s mother is missing, but none of that matters much to him. He’s safe in his apartment complex, has his friends and his twin sister, Hailey. But as supplies start to dwindle, it becomes obvious that he needs to do something to make sure they all survive…even if it means he has to brave going outside through the Shisa and the zombies people have become. As long as they are safe, that’s all that matters, right?
Having not read book one in this series, I did feel that I had missed out on a lot of explinatiuons as to what had happend, why the Shisa had arrived and how everyone was being turned into to zombies, not to mention the back story as to what was wrong with the tap water.
That being said I still enjoyed this book, and got a feel for the post-apocalyptic world that the characters were living it. Whilst reading it I kept thinking of The Walking Dead – which I love – and this series I have come to love and want to read more of what happens to this group of survivors.
There are a few tense mooments that had me holding my breath along with the characters, it was great. This is only me second book by Pauline that I have read and so far I am enjoying her books.
I cant wait to see what happens in the next installment.
Author Bio: Pauline Creeden is an award-winning author, horse trainer, and overall book ninja. She becomes the main character in each of her stories, and because she has ADD, she will get bored if she pretends to be one person for too long.
Armored Hearts, her joint effort with author Melissa Turner Lee, has been awarded the Crowned Heart for Excellence by InDtale Magazine. It is also the 2013 Book Junkie’s Choice Winner in Historical Fiction. Her debut novel, Sanctuary, won 1st Place Christian YA Title 2013 Dante Rosetti Award and 2014 Reader’s Choice Gold Award for Best YA Horror Novel.