The Queen Of Bones – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Book Review

The Queen of Bones


G. Zimmerman

“A seventeen-year-old orphan, alone in the deadly post-apocalyptic world. She’s feisty, yet vulnerable; a woman, and yet a young girl. And with her discovery, she just might be Humanity’s savior. Meet Sara Hill . . .
Welcome to the Queen of Bones Group! The Queen of Bones is a the story of a young woman’s fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world where burning solar storms have reduced the human race to roving bands of murderous desperadoes. Sara Hill, young, beautiful, partially disabled, and alone, has made a discovery that could turn the tide of the coming extinction of the human race. But can she reach the fabled outpost where a few survivors are struggling to re-create civilization?”

I’m always one for a post-apocalyptic story. This didn’t disappoint. After the planet has been decimated by violent solar storms known as Sunthrobs, only a handful of survivors remain. Those who are not murderous thieving degenerates are trying to get to Seattle, where they believe a colony of survivors is trying to recreate our lost civilisation. We see this nightmare unfold through the eyes of Sara Hill, a young girl, just 17, trying to survive alone in the new world.

The Queen of Bones is a wonderful story and survival, showcasing our baser human instincts, both good and bad. It goes to prove how relentless humans are, how tenacious we are and how inventive we can be when we come face to face with certain death.

This is a wonderful story of hope, survival, fear and loss.


Lesley-Ann (Housewife of Horror)

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