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Early Reviews Are In
At the heart of any novel is the story, and what Solomon does with Feasters is deliver a satisfying tale that proves that it’s possible to blend the zombie and vampire genre seamlessly into a believable, engaging premise. Although he reveals horrific scenes of a world gone mad, he also finds a way to let the innocence of his characters shine from cover to cover.
Solomon proves, page after page, that he knows his audience well. There’s a simplicity to Solomon’s writing that will appeal to the young in all of us who seek adventure. But what fascinated me most is his ability to weave mature situations into the narrative. His imaginative writing tests his characters but also gives more sophisticated readers a powerful connection to their youth. Solomon has tapped into what it means to be a family, even under the most challenging situations. And in the bleak world of his creation, his optimistic tone—maintained throughout—is one of the most impressive feats that I have seen in a long time. Read Full Review
Author, Bottom Feeders
Throughout reading this story, I couldn't help but feel how timely this story is in capturing the unease and fear of a world turned upside down by a contagious threat that doesn't discriminate between humans or vampires. I rooted for Kieran, Emily, and Andrew to beat the odds against them in a scary world. Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale is a tightly written roller coaster ride with plot twists that keeps you guessing until the very end. It's a story I recommend adding to your collection. Read Full Review
- Kathryn Nichole
Author, Darkness and Light
I could not put this down. Having read many vampire centered books before, I was pleasantly surprised to read Petchers' take on them and how they fit (and didn't fit) into society. He not only kept me rooting for the vampires in their struggle to survive, but he also made me appreciate the value of family and caused me to think about what I'd do to save the ones I love. This Dystopian/Sci-Fi story will have you saying "just one more chapter" up until you've turned the final page.
- Angelica Jones, Beta Reader
A creative story filled with creative concepts. In the midst of a very grim and challenging world, I fell in love with a complex group of teenagers - rooting for each one of their victories and tensing at the first sight of danger. I felt thoroughly engaged, entertained, and excited to see how their story would unfold.
- Carissa Hoffman, Beta Reader
Feasters is a fun, fast-paced adventure where three kids are faced with a world recently infested with these new creatures called Feasters. An excellent book with relatable characters who not only have to face immediate dangers, but also face the normal problems of adolescents trying to find their place in the world.
- Scott Eger, Beta Reader
Wow! I've never read a book about vampires AND zombies where kids are the heroes! Feasters is an exciting and heartwarming tale about fear, hope, love, and the special connections between friends and family. Petchers wove important social issues into his story, many of which are relevant today. I can't wait for the sequel!
- Lynn Torres, Beta Reader