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Monday, 31 December 2012

Review #60: Afterlife- S. P. Cloward



Title: Afterlife
Author: S. P. Cloward
Pages: 236
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. 

At first when I read the summary, I figured that his would be your typical zombie Apocolypse book, it wasn't. It was a fresh idea on the whole take on the undead. This novel was zombie, sci-fi at its best. The authors descriptions of the characters surroundings made you feel like you were right there with them. There was quite a bit of action going on thought the book with the minutest amount of romance possible. 
The characters were really interesting to learn about, I just wished that we could have learned more about Jez and Emily in the past lives. I found Wes to be a great main character. He was strong and took the lead even though he was new to the undead world. Also he was the "good guy" but doesn't play it up, he was very humble about being the hero. Then there was Seth, the evil villian who was bad to the core. You could feel the evil radiating off of him. I can't wait to hear his story. Also I want to find out what is up with "The Body", who are they or what are they. 
This is a great read for anyone who likes zombies/ undead books or sci-fi paranormal, or all of the above. It was an interesting read and I think anyone who reads it will love it. I'm surprised that it hasn't been more well known. Plus I can't wait for the next book, and to learn more about where the story is going and who is going along for the ride.




About this author



S. P. Cloward grew up in Utah across the street from the City Cemetery. He currently resides in sunny Orlando, Florida, a stone’s throw from world famous theme parks. His imagination occupies a studio apartment somewhere in-between.

Cloward is the fourth of five children. His stories are part of an ingenious plan to divert his parents’ attention from his siblings to himself. 
It’s working.

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