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Review: Savage by Thomas E. Sniegoski

26889251Savage by Thomas E. Sniegoski

Published May 31st 2016

The future is looking bright for Sidney Moore as she as she gets ready to leave the small island of Benediction behind for one of Boston’s top veterinary programs. There are some bumps in the road to navigate—her father’s recovery from a debilitating stroke, and her own guilt for ending her relationship with her high school boyfriend, and having to leave behind her deaf German shepherd, Snowy—but she’s always been strong willed, with a passion to achieve her life’s dreams.

Now a storm is bearing down on Benediction—a hurricane that will bring devastating winds and rain, rising tides…and something else.

Something deadly. Something that will transform all the things that creep, crawl, and flutter into instruments of terror and death.

The future is looking bright for Sidney Moore. All she has to do is survive the storm.


I don’t know how I feel about this book. I liked it at first but it kind of became boring after a while. It was kind of confusing with all of the perspectives of seemingly random people. I think of core concept was really cool but the whole book seemed kind of like an original movie on the Syfy channel. I got some Sharknado vibes from this book.
Overall, it was okay. I kind of regret paying $18 for this book when I should have just waited for the paperback. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this book unless you aren’t a critical reader at all.











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