Book Review: Dead Meat, Day 6
Happy Friday Eve Bookworms!
I hope you’re having a fantastic week and getting lots of stuff done. We finally got some snow in Kansas City, so I’m very happy for all the extra time at home to snuggle with my cat. He even climbed up on my back yesterday, which was a rare show of affection for Mr. Ajax. He really does love me, haha!
Anywho, I’m back at it with another book review. This time I read Dead Meat, Day 6 by Nick Clausen.
My immediate TBR got a little crazy at the beginning of January, so I kept having to postpone my continuation of this series. Needless to say, it made me very sad because I absolutely love this series so far.
Luckily, I bought the whole series on discount so I wouldn’t have to bother my library for the copies and it’s still on sale! You can buy the entire series for just 99 cents right here. How nuts is that?
Alright, so did this book stack up against the others? Keep on reading to find out!
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The dead have awakened. The world is ending. This is day six.
The group of survivors head for the Faroe Islands in the hopes of reaching safety. But their journey won’t be easy, as the dead are following them every step of the way, and not everyone is destined to make it.The infection now covers most of mainland Europe, edging still closer to becoming a worldwide pandemic …
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Another amazing book to add to my favorites pile!
I absolutely loved every minute of this book.
Dan, William, and the others have decided to head to the Faroe Islands, but their journey is rife with obstacles that will test their ragtag team of survivors. Can they band together efficiently to forge ahead, or will they crumble under the pressure?
This book was mainly divided between the perspectives of Dan/William and Iver. I loved each of these perspectives. Dan and William have been such vital characters in this series, and they continue to shine as their friendship is put to the test. I really loved the bromance they had throughout, and it really showcased their connection to one another.
Iver’s POV surprised me. I believe in the last book he was more of a minor character, but his journey was just as entertaining as Dan & William’s, if not more so in several spots.
It’s so important that LGBT characters not only be included in fiction more, but also that they aren’t portrayed in stereotypical ways. Clausen obviously has some mad respect for the LGBT community. Iver was 100% unique, had heart, and a winning personality that made me root for him every step of the way.
As always, there is tons of great action. The stakes grow higher in each book, and this one is no exception. I especially enjoyed a scene involving a helicopter, but I don’t want to spoil anything so I’ll just leave it at that. Last but not least, we finally get a glimpse of a potential end-game for this series. Right now it’s just a glimmer of light at the far end of a zombie-filled void, but I think it was important that readers get that little bit of hope.
Can’t wait to see what happens next for our brave survivors!
That’s A Wrap!
Well that’s it for this book review. I hope you enjoyed it!
Have you read this book? Are there other similar books you’ve read that you simply have to gush about? Feel free to leave a comment. I’d love to start a conversation!
Have a great day!