Monday, July 26, 2021

Review: Touch: Book Two by Steven Jenkins @Author_Jenkins

Touch: Book Two

by Steven Jenkins

Published: July 26, 2021

Publisher: Different Cloud Publishing

Genre: Horror, Zombies, Sci-Fi, Thriller


One touch is all it takes.

Then a rash. Sickness. And death.

But death is not the end.

Adam and Erin arrive in the safety of Pembroke Secondary School. A place he despised as a kid. A prison to him, once littered with bullies and teenage angst.

Now, its grey walls and high fences are all that keep the dead out.

Reunited with his old teacher, Adam must put aside his past demons, shut out the grief for his deceased wife, and focus on keeping Erin and the other children safe.

But without contact with the outside world, and food supplies running low, danger is never far away, and death lurks along every dark corridor.

The concluding novel to TOUCH.

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My Review:

Adam and Erin have finally made it to safety at his old school, Pembroke Secondary School, where he runs into a former teacher. Adam doesn't have very many good memories from his days at Pembroke Secondary School. Adam was picked on a lot when he was younger.

Adam is doing everything he can to keep Erin and the others alive and safe. But that is proving a little harder to do as some classrooms have undead kids that keep banging on the doors trying to get their hands on the live ones right outside the door.

Food and other supplies are running low. There is probably enough food to keep them going for a while in the cafeteria if they could only get inside as there are undead kids who were probably having lunch when the outbreak occurred.

The cafeteria probably has enough food to last them a while, but getting to it could prove to be disastrous with all the zombies roaming about inside. If they can't get past the zombies, then someone is going to have to go outside. But what choice do they have? I would say go for the cafeteria as there are probably fewer zombies to contend with there and safer, right?

Touch: Book Two was just as good, if not better than, its predecessor, Touch: Book One. The only difference between the two is Touch: Book Two, which ramped up the excitement with a little more action. There may be fewer zombies to fight this time around, but the action and excitement are just as intense, if not more so.

As with Touch: Book One, Touch: Book Two kept me on the edge of my seat, waiting and wanting to know what was just around the next corner for Adam and Erin. There were twists that I did not see coming. I love the new twists with the zombies. I enjoyed reading this zombie-infested book and sorely hate to hear that it has concluded.

I highly recommend Touch: Book Two to all zombie fans! One-click your copy of this zombie-infested book, Touch: Book Two, a great adventure in zombie land!


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