Book Review: Dead Meat, Day 7
I hope you’ve had a great weekend and are ready to start the week off right. I spent most of the weekend reading grad school subject matter, so my brain’s been a little bit fried. So to get my mind off adulting, I finished my read of Dead Meat, Day 7 by Nick Clausen.
I always enjoy reading work by Nick Clausen, and I was especially excited after loving the last one. Just as a reminder, this whole series is on serious discount right now. You can get all 9 books right here for just 99 cents. It’s a helluva deal, wouldn’t you say?
Alright, on to the review!
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The dead have awakened. The world is ending. This is day seven.
Our survivors face daunting odds in their quest to find a way to save the world from the brink of collapse. The dead are growing in numbers rapidly, and hope seems like a distant dream.
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Though this wasn’t my favorite book of the series, I still had a really great time.
This book centers on Dan, William, and Iver’s perspectives. Dan and William are trying to get back to Denmark in hopes of somehow stopping this whole thing, and Iver is stuck on an island with others trying to survive.
Dan and William’s POV was very chaotic this time around. I can’t remember the situation getting quite as dire as they did in this book, and it really gripped my attention throughout. Iver’s POV shined through once again. His character just feels very genuine, and there’s always depth with his storyline. Yay for gay heroes (and for cats named RuPaul, haha)!
As with all of the books in this series, there’s a lot of great action in each chapter that keeps things moving very quickly. I especially loved some of the impossible situations the characters got into. It was really tense for good deal of the book, and that kept me engaged.
If I had to nitpick at anything, I would say that in spots the action kind of took over where we could’ve had a bit more space for more character development. I also think there were a bit more typos in this one than all the others, but that didn’t detract from my journey all that much.
Despite my minor quips, this was still a great book. There’s only two more books in the series, and I have no idea how they’re going to turn this situation around. Can’t wait to find out!
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!