Monday 25 June 2012

The Phoenix Files: Fallout

Fallout (Phoenix Files) Fallout (Phoenix Files) by Chris Morphew (Hardie Grant Egmont)
PB RRP $16.95
ISBN 978-192150243-9
Reviewed by Lillian Rodrigues-Pang
The Phoenix Files are a high paced action series that keeps you involved and questioning the whole way through. The series is a blend of action, conspiracy and the supernatural.

Fallout is book five in the series. In this book the time for pretending is over. The town of Phoenix is being held captive in a concentration camp, security guards abound and people are being tortured. The end of the world is scheduled – there is 14 days to go.

The few that are free, including Jordan and Luke, are working hard to stay free and defeat Shackleton’s evil plans. They also have to crack the secret weapon – named Tobias.

I loved the intrigue, guessing and movement of this story. Luke and Jordan are likeable, strong, active characters. They play a lead role in terms of action and decision-making. There is never a dull moment in this book.

Chris Morphew maintains an interesting blog and website:    He describes himself as a writer, reader, primary school teacher, Jesus follower and coffee enthusiast. I’m looking forward to reading more of his writing.

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