Nightmare City

Nightmare City by Andrew Klavan follows Tom, a reporter for his high school newspaper who wakes up to a world which is the stuff of nightmares: all alone, with no cell service, a thick fog rolling over his city, and zombies in the mist who try to attack him when he ventures out. Tom must try to find out the truth behind what is going on in order to survive this ordeal - and he can trust no one in the process. He eventually sorts through the sordid details of the events and able to survive. Let me start by saying that I didn't realize this book was a Young Adult title, so I was a little worried when I received it. However, this was a well written and enjoyable story for adults, as well. It was a quick and easy read - I finished it in less than a day - but the plot and story were extremely suspenseful and well written, and I couldn't stop turning the pages. The Christian message was woven throughout skillfully. It had strong Christian themes and a great moral to the story, but it wasn't awkward or cheesy at all. I highly recommend this book to adults and teens. I've passed it along to my 11 year old to read next. I received a copy of this book from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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