#RELEASEBLITZ (+ #Review Book 1&2) | Far From Safe – Kate L Mary @kmary0622 @agarcia6510 #amreading #bookblogger #postapocalyptic #bookreview

Title: Far from Safe
Author: Kate L Mary
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic
Publisher: Twisted Press
Publication Date: August 7th, 2020
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR

After traveling the country in hopes of reaching the sanctuary of home, Rowan finds herself in a world turned upside down. Her parents are gone, and she’s surrounded by people she barely knows, and the only refuge she’s ever known is anything but safe. Zombies have taken over not just her hometown, but the rest of the world as well, and now she must work with fellow survivors, Devon and Kiaya, to find a way to survive this strange new world.

Too bad the extinction of civilization hasn’t erased the complications of everyday life. Between learning to survive in a world overtaken by the dead and struggling to work through her grief over losing everything, Rowan must navigate her growing attraction for Devon, as well as deal with her suspicion that something isn’t right with some of their fellow survivors.

Just when she thinks she has a hold on the emotional rollercoaster of this new world, someone from her past makes a surprise – and unwanted – reentry into her life, bringing with them a seed of hope that threatens to once again flip everything upside down.

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Review:

Per Kate L Mary style, she manages to make the second book in the Far Series, Far From Safe, better than the first (and I gave book 1 five stars). I could not wait until this book was released. I had to continue on with this story!

Whew. What a series to read during a global pendemic! It kept me entertained. I was emotionally connected to these characters. Honestly, I loved everything about this.

One of my favorite things, is Kate L. Mary‘s world building skills. It is so easy to feel immersed into the world. Which is scary at times because I know that I would not do well in a zombie situation. I was able to feel that tension and fear these characters felt.

I absolutely love these characters. They are everything you hope for when you’re reading a novel. Beautifully built world, but a character driven novel.

I could rave on and on, but you should just check this series out.

Rating:

5/5☆

*I recieved a free copy of this book from Lady Amber’s Reviews & PR in exchange for an honest review on the release blitz. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


How far would you go to survive the apocalypse?

As the only child in an upper-middle class family, Rowan has had it easy. Doted on by a mother who never wanted anything but a child to love, she’s never wanted for anything. Kiaya’s life, however, has been anything but easy. Parents who didn’t want her, followed by being torn away from her only sibling by the foster care system, she knows what it means to have to work hard for the things she wants.

When a deadly virus sweeps the country, Rowan and Kiaya are away at college and far from everything they love. Desperate to make it home, they team up, but as the world around them dies, an unexpected detour leaves them stranded in Vega, Texas where they stumble upon a shocking discovery. The virus isn’t just killing people. It’s changing them.

When muscle bound former cop Devon sweeps in to save the day, it looks like their luck has shifted. With hundreds of miles left to cross and the dead taking over, the trio is determined to do whatever it takes to get home. Traveling historic Route 66, Rowan, Kiaya, and Devon fight for survival as they struggle to come to terms with their changing world.

Written in the tradition of the Amazon bestselling Broken World series, Far From Home follows a group of survivors through a zombie infested country as they search for safety, all the while growing and changing with the world around them.

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Review:

If you haven’t read anything from Kate L. Mary you are missing out. Every book I have read from her has been flawless. So, of course, when I see a new book by her, I immediately want to read it.

Far From Home is the start of a new series (Far Series) and it doesn’t disappoint. This author knows how to write post-apocalyptic. As readers, we are taken on a desperate journey across the U.S., with zombies at every turn.

I know zombies can be hit or miss with people, but Kate L. Mary nails this genre. I felt all the fear and desperation as these characters attempted to find saftey. It is what I imagine the world would be like if we had a zombie infestation.

Tense, suspenseful, emotional, and even a bit of romance, Far From Home has all the emotions you want to feel in this kind of novel. The characters are fantastic. I loved everything about this and can’t wait to read more.

Rating:

5/5☆

*I recieved a free copy of this book from Lady Amber’s Reviews & PR in exchange for an honest review on the release blitz. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


Kate L. Mary is an award-winning author of Adult, New Adult, and Young Adult fiction, ranging from Post-apocalyptic tales of the undead to Speculative Fiction and Contemporary Romance! Her YA book, When We Were Human, was a 2015 Children’s Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal winner for Young Adult Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fiction, and a 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal winner for Young Adult Science Fiction. Her book, Outliers, was a Top 10 Finalist in the 2018 Author Academy Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Fiction, and a First Place Winner in the 2018 Kindle Book Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Fiction.

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