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  • Loved it!

    This book was the best apocalypse book I've read in a long time. Its has everything you want in a good book. It had adventure, romance, OMG moments, and plenty of laughs. This book had me on the edge of my seat and I read it in one sitting. I can't wait to read the next book.

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  • modern romance with a Supernatural twist

    D. Laine has written a compelling and fresh apocalyptic novel. I found it quite different from other ones I've read that start right away taking place in a dystopian future; this book is set in a normal modern society in a small college town in Montana with the main characters being some average-seeming 20-somethings, employed and a student, respectively. Though Thea--the second POV we get--is a normal photography major with an interest in the new guy in town, that guy, Dylan--the first POV--is charged with preventing the apocalypse from kicking off by demon-hunting with his partner, Jake. This gives a supernatural twist and the plot leads us across the threshold into how the US could transition into a Hellish-zombie-type dystopia. I'm going to gush for a moment, as a geologist myself, that I really enjoyed how Dylan's undercover persona was a geology student and I'll not say more than that, except that it was very impressively inventive of Laine to use natural phenomena as plot-points in her dark tale (and she did her research on that too)! I got a strong feeling of the TV show Supernatural from this book, down to Dylan's lady-chasing charm, which Thea challenges. A fun, supernatural/zombie, New Adult read with strong main characters and equally personable secondary characters, and a unique plot that'll keep you on your toes and wary of Lucifer's next move!

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