Review of Midnight Forever: Zombies by Brandon Henry

Midnight Forever: Zombies by Brandon Henry is a unique collection of stories and poems that deals with everyone’s favorite apocalypse scenario!

~~~~Some Spoilers Ahead!~~~~


Midnight Forever: Zombies is a unique collection of stories and poems that are destined to help you survive the wasteland of the apocalypse. Learn from a seasoned hunter as he searches for safety among the ruins of his city, or embark on a perilous journey with a pair of survivors as they try to evade a horde of Zombies. Each tale is new in an otherwise overused scenario, and they all have lessons to share. In between the tales are handy Zombie rules, as well as original poems that neatly tie into the Zombie world.

I really enjoyed reading Zombies, but I can’t overlook the obvious need for an editor. This book has a ton of potential, but it needs a good tidy to bring that potential out.

A short book gets a short review! I give Midnight Forever: Zombies a 3 of 5. The characters and stories were creative, and the poems are completely original, but I have to take the overall format into account. Other than that, I can see this quickly becoming a Zombie favorite!

About the Author:

10410165_959755147416348_7167593102533593966_nBrandon D, Henry loves all things creepy and dark, and he figured that the best way to express this love was to become a writer! Midnight Forever: Zombies is just one of many books to choose from, and each book offers something different. If you’d like to learn more about the author or his works, visit his Amazon Page or connect with him on Facebook. The author’s photo was taken from Facebook.

If you’d like a copy of Midnight Forever: Zombies for yourself, check out the link below!

Midnight Forever: Zombies


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