[Reading] ➻ Deadrise (The Tide, #4) By Anthony J. Melchiorri – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Deadrise (The Tide, #4) They Might Be Humanity S Only Hope And They Were Left For Dead The Tide Series, Book 4Captain Dominic Holland S Greatest Weapon Against The Apocalypse Is His Ship The Huntress Is The Heart Of Dom S Scientific Research And Military Operations And It Has Been Taken Dom Must Embark On A Perilous Mission To Retake It If He Stands Any Chance At Finding The Cure The World So Desperately Needs Dom S Daughter, Kara, Is Stranded In The Middle Of Skull Infested Virginia While She And A Few Others Struggle To Reunite With Dom And The Hunters, Enemies Terrifying And Ruthless Than The Skulls Emerge New Adversaries Emerge At Every Turn The Hunters Are Running Out Of Time And Resources They Have No Choice But To Rise In The Face Of Almost Certain Defeat And Fight To Save Humanity From The Brink Of Utter Annihilation.


10 thoughts on “Deadrise (The Tide, #4)

  1. says:

    Absolutely worth a full five stars because I only put it down when lack of sleep forced me to Just when you think things couldn t get worse or the tension get any higher, Mr Melchiorri ramps it up a notch ...


  2. says:

    4 is much like 3 in its pacing and suspense level You don t stop reading until you absolutely have to Characters are evolving and situations twisting and turning and you wonder who is going to make it and who isn t And the story continues ON to book 5.


  3. says:

    Book 4The fourth book keeps the story moving along strongly, AND ends with most of our characters in a tenuously better place, for now.


  4. says:

    Great continuation of the story Of course this isn t the end and I am very happy to know there is still at least 1book coming Lots of edge of your seat action Can t wait to see where this story is going Loving it


  5. says:

    Another winner in this series, but I m hoping for some light at the end of this tunnel


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The mark of a good author is that they are able to draw you into their story and keep you entertained and interested The mark of a great author is that their story causes you to have emotions while reading it and that is what this book did There were a couple of times I just had to put it down and walk away because I was so tense or angry that I just needed a break from what was happening in between those pages This book is the 4th in The Tide series and picks up right where book 3 left off T The mark of a good author is that they are able to draw you into their story and keep you entertained and interested The mark of a great author is that their story causes you to have emotions while reading it and that is what this book did There were a couple of times I just had to put it down and walk awa...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I have been a huge fan of the Tide series since book one, but there was just something about Deadrise that didn t quite sit right Was it the inclusion of a random faction of violent sex offenders that offered nothing to the story but shock value with a cardboard cut out of the Walking Dead s Negan and his eye for an eye policy Perhaps Wait, no it was 100% this.The action scenes are brilliantly written but non stop Nothing goes right for the crew of the Huntress until the final chapter, which I have been a huge fan of the Tide series since book one, but there was just something about Deadrise that didn t quite sit right Was it the inclusion of a random faction of violent sex offenders that offered nothing to the story but shock value with a cardboard cut out of the Walking Dead s Negan and his eye for an eye policy Perhaps Wait, no it was 100% this.The action scenes are brilliantly written but n...


  8. says:

    Real, believable actionThis is my sixth time reading through this series and I can t wait to get to the newest release, book 6 After reading around 700 books this year, one of the greatest things about this series is how REAL and believable the action scenes are While the characters do have military experience, the battles that occur don t leave you shaking your head at the absurdity and improbability People get hurt, are ev...


  9. says:

    I wish I could like this, but I find the whole series so boring I keep trying to read these books, but I can t really see any of the characters as real people The characterisation is so bad, they re all predictable and one dimensional When you also take into account that...


  10. says:

    The last book left you hanging, this book have you a satisfying, if not completely happy, resolution of that We are once again left withquestions but this time we have some solid leads which, of course we have to wait...


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