Hollowland by Amanda Hocking is a book filled with suspense at virtually every turn. The author depicts an imminent end to the world in an invasion by zombies who seemingly appear at every turn. The story is not unlike "The Last Man" by Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley.
Hocking's book paints a bleak ending with invading zombies and billowing flames; wherein, Shelley suggests an end by a cataclysmic war. Hocking describes loud crashes, makeshift medical facilities to tend to the infirm and dead zombies everywhere. Ostensibly, a huge end stage virus is responsible for the universal death and destruction seemingly all around the morbid landscape.
Overall, "Hollowland" is a grotesque adventure which is not intended for the faint-hearted. Read this book from cover to cover if you have the courage to do so without getting too disturbed by all the bloody scenes which pepper a horrific landscape. Hocking's book is written in an easy colloquial style.
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