Humanity’s Hope by Pembroke Sinclair


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. There are some slight spoilers in this review.

I like that it starts off with a sort of homage to Night of the Living Dead (The main character, Caleb, his sister and their friend are running across a field to a farm house). It was a good start. Then all of a sudden Caleb is working at a place called Zomtech as a computer technician/programmer and we’re supposed to figure out that the previous scene was a flashback/memory.
While trying to readjust to life post-zombie apocalypse, his life is thrown into chaos once again when he receives threats from an unknown source demanding that he give them “what they want.” But who are they and what do they want? By the time it got to the major twist, I was forcing myself to finish this because I just didn’t care anymore. The things Caleb was doing didn’t make sense.
Honestly, it was a good idea for a book, but there’s too much description and not enough action. Also, I get it. Caleb has wing tattoos on his wrists and a scar. Sheesh. Talk about something else.

2/5 stars