Book Review: Summer of 68 by Kevin Millikin

My name is Elena. Since I was a little child I loved science fiction and fantasy, and I can’t resist to a good novel. In 2015 I started to listen to audiobooks and I discovered the pleasure in being able to read while doing my daily tasks, so there’s always an audiobook playing on my phone. I live with my boyfriend, two cockatiels, five lovebirds, and two Gouldian finches in Madrid, Spain; and I like to spend my free time knitting and sewing while listening to audiobooks.
Book Review: Summer of 68 by Kevin MillikinSummer Of 68: A Zombie Novel by Kevin Millikin
Narrator: Rick Gregory
Published by Kevin Millikin on 09-07-17
Genres: Horror, Post-Apocalyptic, Zombies
Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins
Format: Audiobook
Source: Narrator
Buy on Amazon/Audible
Overal Rating: three-half-stars

When the world ended some people believed that it was the fault of a failed space probe, others--an act of vengeance from an angry God. No one knew the reasons why but across the globe, millions of the recently deceased rose from the dead, possessed with one singular goal: To eat the flesh of the living.

Over the course of a few short hours the world was lost.

In the Northern California town of Red Bluff, a Sheriff struggles to grasp this strange and hellish turn of events that have ravaged his small town and maintain order as it all falls apart.

Two brothers struggle to make sense of this new world, traveling through the putrid remains of their beloved town--torn between survival and the love their mother. The world has ended and soon they will learn that all they need to survive is each other.

The dead are rising everywhere and nobody knows why. This is the story of how this event affects the people of a small town. The main characters are the Sheriff and two little kids.

This was a fast paced action book. There is a little exposition at the beginning about how events started to happen and then we are immediately thrown into the middle of the action. The characters are not especially developed, but I don’t find that strictly necessary for this kind of book. The audiobook is just over six hours long, so there is not a lot of time to get into details.

My favorite part is the one about the two