Review: Diaries of the Damned Leon: By Alex Laybourne

The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. The military are evacuating all survivors in passenger planes. With their destination unknown, one group of survivors led by a journalist named Paul Larkin, decide to share their experiences with the hope that when combined, their stories will reveal some answers that the government had not been willing to give themselves.
The second to stand and tell their tale is a paramedic who scoured the city in search of his daughter, and along the way learned something that will spark the curiosity of all on board..
His name is Leon de Guzman and he is a survivor.

I received this book to give an honest review.

I really like this author's style of writing. If you have read the other Diaries of the Damned you know that you are reading about certain peoples point of views. In this story you are reading about Leon. I love how you get a different account of how each person came into contact and what they saw. You get to follow Leon on his way to find his daughter. There was a part in the story that had me going Leon just beat the crap out of them teenage boys or hell at least throw them to the zombies for what they were doing to one of the young teenagers in the school. But I guess karma came around on them so it worked out. These stories all come together like puzzles and the ending of this story has you wondering what else is going on. And in this story there seems there could be a scientific answer to what is causing this. I do hope we find out soon what caused this zombie outbreak. 

About the Author:
Born and raised in the coastal English town Lowestoft, it should come as no surprise (to those that have the misfortune of knowing this place) that I became a horror writer.

From an early age I was sent to schools which were at least 30 minutes drive away and so spent the most of my free time alone, as the friends I did have lived too far away for me to be able to hang out with them in the weekends or holidays.

I have been a writer as long as I can remember and have always had a vivid imagination. To this very day I find it all too easy to just drift away into my own mind and explore the world I create, where the conditions always seem to be just perfect for the cultivation of ideas, plots, scenes, characters and lines of dialogue everything basically, and when the time is right, I can simply pluck them from the allotment of my mind serve them up on the pages of whatever work is to be their home.

I am married and have four children and my biggest dream for them is that they grow up and spend their lives doing what makes them happy, whatever that is.


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