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Reviewed by Maureen Dangarembizi for Readers' Favorite
And We All Fall by Michael Mahoney Jr. is a zombie horror novel. When Reverend Kenneth Rally, a well-loved small town church man goes crazy and murders Cheyenne Harper, a young woman he’s known all his life, the residents of Peterton, Virginia are shaken. Is the world coming to an end, they ask each other. Little do they know that their supposition may just be right. Unknown to the public, the heads of top government agencies are marshaling their forces against a new biological threat that could wipe out the entire world. Strange events are taking place countrywide. Planes are falling from the sky. Sane people are going crazy, attacking their loved ones. In the midst of all this chaos, Jackson and Jax Mills take a road trip across country. Will Jackson’s marine training be enough to keep him and his family safe from an enemy more deadly than any he’d ever faced on his tour of duty?
Outside of movies and TV series, this is my first foray into zombie books and I must say I was far from disappointed. The author has created a fresh twist on the normal zombie story. This is not just a blood and gore story. With strong characters on every level and a unique plot, this novel is a winner. And We All Fall is a family story that engages you on a high emotional level. I was shocked, I cried and laughed as I read the constant twists and turns in this book. I literally couldn’t put it down. The only real way I can recommend this novel is to say I finished it in two days, and could not put it down! As soon as I finished reading it, I wanted to get my hands on the next book in the series, but alas I have to wait.