Tuesday, March 26, 2013

The Night Sweeper by J. Steven Butler Review

Title: The Night Sweeper
Author: J. Steven Butler
Genre: Science Fiction
Pages: 183
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Cray had been a sweeper since the age of 19, someone who rids the city of zombies so that people can live as normal a life as possible. When asked to make a rescue mission of someone who may have cooked up another virus that could bring another way of zombies into the new world, Cray jumps at the chance, even though it means pairing up with a beautiful girl named Mira. It was a mission that was supposed to be easy, but nothing is ever as easy as it seems.

I loved this book because it was a post zombie apocalyptic novel that both men and women could enjoy. It's packed full of action that keeps you turning to pages to see what will happen to the unlikely couple. The story is alternated back and forth from the perspectives of Cray and Mira, giving readers a more complete picture of what's really happening. And, just when you think the bumpy ride has come to an end, you're left with a cliffhanger ending that leaves you wanting more.

Do note that this book is less about zombies and more about rebuilding the world after a zombie outbreak. With that said, I still think this was an excellent book and recommend it to anyone that loves high speed action survival novels.

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