Book Review: Danger’s Cure by Amanda Carlson

Posted May 5, 2018 by lomeraniel in Audiobooks, Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, Review, Science-Fiction / 0 Comments

Book Review: Danger’s Cure by Amanda CarlsonDanger's Cure (Holly Danger #4) by Amanda Carlson
Narrator: Emma Wilder
Series: Holly Danger #4
Published by Self-published on 01-30-18
Genres: Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, Science-Fiction
Length: 6 hrs and 44 mins
Format: Audiobook
Source: Author
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Overal Rating: five-stars

Before it’s too late…

Holly and her crew are on a quest to uncover the locations of the medi-pods following the clues Roman left behind, hoping to find at least one that hasn’t been destroyed before the government catches on.

The only problem is, someone already has. Strange UACs are popping up all over, and in order to take them out, the crew risks exposing itself.

When they do, what they find is chilling. The secret government group has a dark purpose. Holly and her friends have no choice but to launch an all-out war to set things to rights. But some factors have already been set in motion, and undoing them might take too much time and come at too high a cost.

Holly and her crew are running a race against the clock. They need to locate a working medi-pod to treat Mary before it’s too late for her, and maybe too late for all of them.

This series is getting more and more interesting, as the plot thickens and the story becomes more intricate. Things are not what they seemed at first, and probably the world, as they knew it, will soon change. In this book we get to know better Holly’s crew, and for the first time, for me, the secondary characters appear to be more differentiated, more polished.

The book kept my attention thanks to the multiple twists and also due to the fact that we’re starting to know a bit more about Case and his previous life. A lot of things happen in this book, but there is not a real conclusion. This is a transition book, and I believe we are bound for great surprises in the next book, which I’m impatient to get my hands on.

Emma Wilder did, as always, a wonderful job bringing Holly to life. At the same time, her voice range is quite ample, so that following dialogs is a no-brainer. Her interpretations are exquisite, and she is perfect at transmitting Holly’s bad-ass attitude.

I am so looking forward to the next book. I absolutely love post-apocalyptic books like these ones, in which the decadent and dark atmosphere is almost palpable.

I received a copy of this book in audio format from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Story (Plot)
five-stars
Narration
five-stars
Overall: five-stars
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