Renee Conoulty: Haven by Stevie Kopas


Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Haven by Stevie Kopas

Having barely escaped the clutches of the undead, the survivors of The Breadwinner are headed into the unknown to continue their search for solace in the post-apocalyptic landscape. Once a paradise for the living, the city of Haven is now crawling with flesh hungry creatures–yet it could be their only hope. 

Veronica, Samson and the others take a chance on the promises of Gary, a solitary survivor. Is the light-hearted newcomer all that he seems or are there sinister motives hidden behind his hospitality? 

Can Michelle and Lulu, two ordinary women faced with extraordinary horrors and obstacles, make it to safety? Or will they each become just another undead face in the hordes roaming the streets of Haven? 

When tragedy strikes, worlds collide, and the survivors must band together against their common enemy. But remember, who you were does not determine what you will become in the face of a catastrophe. The dead may no longer be their greatest threat. 

Welcome home. Haven is hell.

Hey! Here's my review.

This is book two in The Breadwinner Trilogy, a fast paced zombie apocalypse series. Haven is written in three parts. Part one pick up from where The Breadwinner left off and tells us how that group of people get to the town of Haven, where they meet up with another group of survivors. Part two tells the story of that second group of survivors, starting from the beginning of the outbreak to how they all came to be together in Haven. Part three continues the story after the two groups meet each other.

I found this book similar to the first one. It was just as fast paced and also had a mix of characters you liked and ones you hoped the zombies would eat. I engaged with this book a bit more than the first book - probably because it had a character I really hated. Stevie, if you're reading this, she'd better go down in the next book! You know who I'm talking about!

I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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