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My Thoughts & Review

Lindisfarne is the second book in the Project Renova series.

Having read and enjoyed the first book in the series Tipping Point, I fully intended to savour this one over Christmas but I started it on Christmas Eve and finished it on Christmas Eve. Thankfully all my shopping was already complete!

We meet the survivors of the first book again as they leave their safe house in Northumberland to travel to Lindisfarne, place of Viking legend and lore. They are greeted by the group in residence and also the ones in partial control of the island.

There is a more or less self-elected leader Marcus who allows them entry with certain conditions. The other group in residence and not amongst the welcoming party is a biker gang who have their own way of life and rules.

The new colony is efficient and organised but soon one of the Northumberland group is elected leader with catastrophic results.

Once more an absolutely compelling read that had me holding my breath and unnerved by the turn of events. With power comes great responsibility but power can also corrupt

Once more author Terry Tyler uses her intuitive insights and uncanny understanding of human nature and behaviour to weave a highly readable tale of how people might react in unusual and trying circumstances.

Another outstanding read. I can’t recommend this series highly enough. Can’t wait for the next one.

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About The Author

Terry Tyler is the author of sixteen books available from Amazon, the latest being ‘Patient Zero’, the third book in her new post apocalyptic series, which is a collection of stand-alone short stories featuring characters in the main novels. She is proud to be self-published, is an avid reader and book reviewer, and a member of Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team.

Terry is a Walking Dead addict, and loves history, winter, South Park and Netflix. She lives in the north east of England with her husband, a move that took place nine years ago from the beautiful Norfolk coast; she is still trying to learn Geordie.