Bad Timing Review

“You know now that monsters are real. Whether they have recently risen to reach for your flesh, or have chosen now to step from the shadows; you are surrounded by them. You also know that I am one too, but I’m all you’ve got and time is running out…”

There’s no rest for the wicked, especially in a zombie apocalypse. Britannia has used every vampire skill at her disposal to keep those she cares for safe, but with old enemies and unseen adversaries moving against her, she will have to push herself to both her physical and ethical limits to survive. Britannia is changing, but will it be for the better?

This is Book 2 in the Battle of the Undead Series. Read my review for book 1 HERE. I received a copy of this book at no cost in exchange for an honest review.

My Review

I read the first book in this series and could not wait to read this, the second installment. Bad Timing picks up right where  Bad Blood leaves off. Britannia is trying to get her bearings again and connect with the rest of her group in Ireland. Nothing is ever easy though in the new world they all live in. With vampires, zombies and now a hybrid of the two running rampant all trying to gain control, there are no dull moments.

The characters that I just barely started to get to know in book one grow and develop more in Bad Timing, and you get to know them and their motivations a little more with each chapter and crisis they encounter.

Britannia’s gruff demeanor actually hides a really soft heart. She really does want what is right, but life gets in her way a lot.

This is a super fast paced continuation of the series that leaves even more questions for the reader! Nicky Peacock really knows how to hook her readers and keep them hanging on!

About the Author
“I guess I’ve always been a storyteller, not in a ‘liar liar pants on fire’ kind of way, although I do work in advertising! When I was little, kids would crowd around me in the playground and I’d tell them tales of blood soaked horror filled with vampires, werewolves, ghosts and more. Yes, most would consider me a disturbed child, but my playmates couldn’t help themselves, they’d huddle around me every break time like an ancient tribe feeding off the fear; and that’s how I learned that horror stories hold a certain power, no matter what some might say, everyone is addicted to a good scare, especially if it is somewhat rooted safely in unrealistic beings… or are they unrealistic?
Writing was really a natural progression. Right now I’m obsessed with writing: a YA Urban Fantasy novel, a Paranormal Romance novella series, and several short horror stories! So I’m currently living in a functional fiction coma – and loving it!
I’ve so far been published in 5 countries: USA, UK, Australia, Ireland and Canada and had short stories included in 40 anthologies with over 17 publishers.”
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