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    Loved it!

    This is the third (and final?) installment of the excellent, post apocalyptic, Blood on the Motorway series. I really enjoyed the previous two novels and had been looking forward to reading this one for quite a while. Imagine The Walking Dead without zombies, set in England, and having a spine of darkly black humour running through it. Throw in a sprinkle of The Road and top with the 'no character is safe' mentality of Game of Thrones - that's how I would describe this series! Like the first two volumes, I really enjoyed this book. It Introduces the reader to new characters and reunites us with old friends, the story continues where the previous volume left off. The characters face new challenges along with the continuing battle for survival and a place to call home. You become very attached to these characters and find yourself empathising and rooting for them along their physical and existential journey. As you can imagine a lawless, post apocalyptic society will present significant challenges and place even those with high morals in situations requiring a choice between the lesser (or even greater) of two evils. I devoured this book in two days and used any spare time I had just to squeeze a few pages in! Needless to say, if you enjoyed the first two you will enjoy A Final Storm. I can't wait to see what Paul comes up with next and I hope it wont be too long a wait!

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