ARC: The City (After the Fall Book 2) by Charlie Dalton
Title: The City (After the Fall book 2)
Author: Charlie Dalton
Published: July 31, 2019
Review: ARC provided by author
The survivors learn a secret about the Rage virus that threatens the future of the entire human race.
The City is real. A world none of us have ever seen before. A world filled with hope. A world from before the Fall.
But it has fallen far from what it once was. Now, only one man lives there. Dr. Beck was the lead research scientist working on a project that could save the world. He tells us the truth about the Rage virus.
A secret that changes everything.
After the Rages attack and we are once again forced from a place of safety, we go on a journey to another City, this one armed with a weapon that could restore the world to the way it once was.
We press the button. The ground shakes. The walls tremble. We turn to leave but the doors slam shut. It isn’t a weapon. It’s a trap.
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So we leave off where book one ended. Our group ends up traveling to what they believe is the city. Lucy is from here and she leads them inside. They see all sorts of things that they have never seen before and learn a lot from the Dr. that still resides within the safety of the city. We finally learn what Lucy was truly meant to do and as the story unfolds we get more and more information on what happened to our world, just a little bit at a time is given to us.
This group has a limited amount of time to save humanity as if they don't they learn what will happen to the world if the aliens take over. I think the author did a great job in weaving in the alien factor and how it all came together. I can't wait to read more and see if these kiddos will succeed.
Bestselling author Charlie Dalton writes fun, thrilling, action-packed adventures. His characters are clever and fearless, but in real life, Charlie is afraid of pigeons without a flight plan, dark recesses, and airplanes (just how do they stay up there?). Let’s face it. Charlie wouldn’t last five minutes in one of his books.