Friday, February 14, 2014

Review for "Earth Fall" by Mark Walden


Sam wakes to see strange vessels gathered in the skies around London. As he stares up, people stream past, walking silently towards the enormous ships which emit a persistent noise. Only Sam seems immune to the signal.

Six months later, Sam is absolutely alone. Injured by one of the flying drones which now populate London, Sam realizes that without medical supplies he will die. Venturing above ground he is attacked again, but this time the drone is shot down in a hail of machine gun fire. In five minutes Sam learns two things: he is not alone; the drone injury should have killed him instantly – yet he is still alive. The battle for Earth is about to begin.

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Another great book and new to me Author worth reading.  I'm so glad I got the chance to read this book.  It was excellent.  Lots of action and suspense infused into this read. As a side not; I love the book-cover.

This poor kid called Sam wakes up to strange lights (just like in the alien movies) then sees his family in a trance walking like zombies.  He tries his best to wake them out of the trance and is unable to so he follows them to see what exactly is happening.  Poor Sam has to grow up real quick to stay alive.

Alone for half a year, yeah that could make a simple person crazy but luckily there's something special about Sam.  He gets hurt and thinks he may be dieing, he has no choice but to get himself the antibiotics needed to survive.  It's extremely dangerous but he has no choice.  While trying to stay alive he finally finds others who were not captured by the aliens.  They work together to bring earth back under human control.

This book was thrilling and different.  I read tons and recently I have been having a hard time finding books that are different and imaginative.  This one was and I recommend you give it a try.  I pretty sure you'll enjoy it to.

5 STARS!!!!!!

 

It's an end of the world book with a twist. 

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