Review: Zombie Road

Finished: 4/5/2020

I love dystopian novels and I enjoy zombie books, so I knew I would probably enjoy Zombie Road, the first book in Simpson’s intense Convoy of Carnage series. We follow a group of truckers at a truck stop in Nevada and watch how they revert back to their military origins when a zombie outbreak takes out most of the world in a 24-hour period.

This book is hard to put down once you start. As you switch from Gunny and his friends in a truck stop in Nevada, to his wife stuck in an upper floor of her office in downtown Atlanta, and to their son trapped in detention in High School, the intensity is ramps up quickly. Simpson has an incredible hand for action and for mixing undeniable humor in his worlds.

These chapters are short and sweet which keeps the pacing flowing smooth and maintains a high level of action throughout. I was reminded of George R. R. Martin in how I hated switching away from a perspective, but by the end of the chapter I was invested in this new character and didn’t want to switch from them. He has an incredible way of defining characters and coming up with nicknames for them that stay true to their character throughout the story. His pacing is so great though that at almost 400 pages long, I had no idea each page flew past so quickly because I was so engrossed in the world.

An excellent starter in a series that is going on seven installments right now. I’m definitely looking forward to reading more in his series!

In real life, Simpson is a truck driver, and as you read this he’s probably running urgent equipment and supplies across the country to hospitals and doctors who are in dire need right now. He’s a true hero.

My rating: 5/5 zombie head shots!

An Early Peek at Broken

We’re only two days away from the release of Broken, Book 2 of the best-selling Stolen series! I’m so thrilled to be able to share with you an early peek of the first two chapters of Broken.

Find out what happens with Shaleigh, Teagan, Mawr, and Colin. Experience the adventure. Beware the madness.

Read the First Two Chapters of Broken Now!

Also I’ll be doing a live chat tomorrow on Twitter! I always enjoy these cause it’s a fun and easy way to answer questions that readers and aspiring writers might have.

Join me Monday (4/6) on Twitter at 3 PM EST for a live chat. Make sure you follow the hashtag: #ParliamentWitchingHour to make sure you don’t miss anything!