Title: Midnight Sun Author: Lindsey Pouge Series Title: Savage North Chronicles Published: January 6th 2020 Pages: 566 Format: File Source: Given for an honest review by author as an ARC
X-Men meets The Walking Dead in Lindsey Pogue’s superpowered survival story, fraught with Crazies, compelling characters, and bursting with raw emotion you can feel deep in your bones.
They survived the Alaskan winter after the Virus devastated the North, but summer in the land of the midnight sun is fraught with a brutality of its own—long, grueling days, mosquito-ridden evenings, and woods with lurking shadows more dangerous than grizzlies. With the discovery of impossible superhuman Abilities, and the looming threat of General Herodson in the lower forty-eight, the Yukon is no longer the refuge it once was.
After deciding to stay in Whitehorse, Elle and Jackson work tirelessly to build a self-sufficient home and protect their newfound family. But, it’s not long before they realize that even if the world as they once knew it is long gone, everyone’s turbulent pasts still linger, and surviving the Virus was only the beginning.
Sophie’s troublesome dreams begin to worsen, and her Ability makes it impossible for the people she cares about to get closer to her, especially Alex. As her friendship with Phil strengthens, and Alex pulls further and further away, she begins to question her reality, and above all else, her sanity.
When whispers of dissension and chaos among the General’s ranks reach Whitehorse, and other survivors begin to amass in Hartley Bay, Alex jumps at the chance to explore the world beyond the group’s safe haven, and leave his bitterness behind. But when alarming news from home reaches him, Alex must face his fears once and for all, or risk losing everything good he’s ever known.
From the author of the bestselling, post-apocalyptic world of The Ending Series, comes a new standalone series of epic adventure set in the virus-ravaged world of The Ending. The Savage North Chronicles contain new characters, locations, and adventures — they can be enjoyed on their own or in conjunction with The Ending Series novels.
Recieved this book as an ARC for an honest review.
Such a great sequel to Thr Darkest Winter.
In Midnight Sun we see our main crew establish new roots in the Yukon with a few other survivors. Together, they all learn how they have changed and adapt to their new life.
However, danger still lurks and concerns about the lower 48 seem so realistic. I love how the kids are starting to get a better understanding of themselves and that Elle and Jackson have taken it upon themselves the work together to raise the kids.
The new characters we meet are interesting and fun. I enjoyed this book thoroughly and can’t wait for the next installment.
Review is short and sweet y’all, because you just need to read it for yourself.
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Until Next time Dragons!
** I was asked to write an honest review for this novel. It was not agreed for the review to be positive. I’m not compensated for my reviews.**