Hazel is alone in a crowd. No one understands her, not even her father. The only people that ever really understood her were Steve, David and Jane. But they’re dead. If they’re not dead, they’re dying stranded outside the compound. Hazel can’t accept the bitter reality of life in the zombie apocalypse, she can’t accept that her friends are probably dead. She has to find them. ALL OUR TOMORROWS is the action packed sequel to WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND
Review 4 of 5 Stars
This is the second volume in Peter Cawdron’s series about zombies. I reviewed the first one a while back. Many of you may remember me saying I’m not usually a big zombie person, but I loved the first book. In fact, I loved it so much I read the second one. I was truly interested to find out what would happen to Hazel next. Peter Cawdron did not disappoint with this sequel. I thoroughly enjoyed it, though not quite as much as the first one. I’m not sure if that’s because of my general tendency to not be interested in zombie stories, but it may very well be. Don’t let me dissuade you. It was a very entertaining book and a must read if you read the first one. I mean how could you go on without knowing what happens to Hazel in the zombie apocalypse? I know I couldn’t. The author did a great job of keeping things interesting throughout the book. I enjoyed following Hazel on her adventures. I had a hard time getting started, but I think that was because the beginning rehashed what happened at the end of the last book and I was ready to get on with the story. After things got rolling I was fine and enjoyed the tale. Mr. Cawdron always does a good job explaining why and how so I very much enjoyed the tale. I think my interest in zombies has been fulfilled and I can go back to the stars.