Dark Tomorrow by Jeremiah Franklin ARC Review @jfranklinauthor @Month9Books

Today we bring you our review for Dark Tomorrow and trust me; this is one book you will want to read!

Expected publication: September 18th, 2018 by Month9Books, LLC

The only thing deadlier than the virus decimating our planet is the love he feels for her. . .

When a deadly virus decimates the majority of Earth's population, sixteen-year-old Sawyer Bradshaw finds he is both immune and alone in a world that has descended into violent chaos. Armed with only his estranged father's shotgun, and an unrelenting desire to stay alive, Sawyer discovers that he not only has an uncanny knack for cheating death but also for taking lives. Still, it is not long before he meets his match in a fierce and cunning teenage girl named Sara and by her side, Sawyer emerges as more than just a natural-born killer, but also as a leader among men. Nevertheless, as quick as the young survivors fall desperately in love, they find themselves caught up in a series of conspiracies and twisted struggles for power, and they soon realize that more often than not, love, betrayal, and death, tend to walk hand in hand.


I will start by saying that whatever you do, don't start to read this right before bedtime because once you start you won't be able to put it down as that's what happened to me and so I read it until I reached the last page.

The author's worldbuilding is so realistic that you are immediately transported into the middle of this post-apocalyptic world that has been decimated by a virus, and you can practically hear the ever-present crows.

Sawyer, Sara, and Mason are truly a force to be reckoned with as we learn of their heartaches and witness how strong they are to endure the harshness and perils of the world. All the characters, from the good to the bad are strong and well developed.

The author has written this in such a way that you often feel like it could really happen. This action-packed powerhouse of a story will keep you on the edge of your seat, and I highly recommend it.

This read gets

{I requested an advanced readers copy from the publisher and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions expressed herein are unbiased and my own}.

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