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‘All Fall Down’ by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards

All Fall Down

I previously read and reviewed ‘Killing Cupid’ and was absolutely delighted when ‘All Fall Down’ was sent to me.  This is the sequel to ‘Catch Your Death’, a book I haven’t actually read, but that didn’t spoil it for me at all.

Two years ago Kate Maddox uncovered a terrifying conspiracy of rogue scientists.  Now she just wants to be able to lead a normal and happy life with her partner Paul and son Jack.  But her hopes are dashed when a face from the past turns up at one of her lectures, bringing with him some rather shocking news.  It turns out that a new strain of the virus which originally killed Kate’s parents has found its way to Los Angeles.  The clock is ticking, a cure needs to be found as soon as possible before it’s too late!  Will Kate succeed?

I totally loved this book.  Right from the start I found this to be a very gripping read.  Each page, every single paragraph is full of thrills with lots of shocks and surprises throughout.  There are some scary characters too.  I certainly wouldn’t want to get on the wrong side of Heather.  A real page-turner, this is a thriller and a half.  I got so involved in the story, so much so in fact that every time someone sneezed I actually thought they had got the virus!

Louise Voss and Mark Edwards are very talented.  They work so well together and their writing is like magic.  They are fast becoming favourite authors of mine.

Look out for their new book ‘Forward Slash’ which is due out in the summer.

I give 5 out of 5 for this book.

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