Zero hour (omnibus edition) -Eamon Ambrose


Book Blurb:

“We never saw it coming.
As the last days of humanity draw to a close, a lone survivor embarks on a search for the truth, and finds more than they bargained for, triggering a deadly race against time, and one last chance for survival.
Nothing is as it seems in this high octane post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller, expanded from an original short story to a bestselling serial, and now collected in a single volume.”


My Thoughts:

At the very beginning I want to tell you all that this book brought screaming back to mind why I love all things post apocalyptic and sc-fi.

The story does not slow down from beginning to end, an unstoppable plethora of explosions, intrigue, dust and don’t leave out the robot dogs.

War is the same no matter what state or shape the world is in and for our lead character, Sarah. It’s not only fighting against people, she and her new companion Al are also fighting an internal battle with themselves and their humanity.

I did like how the story seamlessly moved between 1st and 3rd person narrative. A word on the narrator James Highfield, he delivers our story in a way that kept me listening.

If you are looking for a futuristic  story that may not be that far in the future then this is a good choice.

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