Saturday, 27 August 2011

Outpost by Adam Baker review-annmarie

They took the job to escape the world. 
They didn't expect the world to end. 

Kasker Rampart: a derelict refinery platform moored in the Arctic Ocean. A skeleton crew of fifteen fight boredom and despair as they wait for a relief ship to take them home. But the world beyond their frozen wasteland has gone to hell. Cities lie ravaged by a global pandemic. One by one TV channels die, replaced by silent wavebands. The Rampart crew are marooned. They must survive the long Arctic winter, then make their way home alone. They battle starvation and hypothermia, unaware that the deadly contagion that has devastated the world is heading their way.

I don't normally read a lot of adult books but when i do there are normal Stephen king books and other such horrors. 

When i started the book i was really shocked at how easy i got into the book it was so well written and so easy to read. 

i found myself zooming through the book needing to know what happened next. 
As a whole this book had every thing i needed enough horror and action to keep me happy to read on and the end was just mine blowing yet sad. 

It was such a well written book even with such weird thing going on it still felt so real you wanted the characters to do well and you needed to know how it all would end. 

I'm really pleased i gave the book a go and i can't wait to see what the author writes next. 

a wonderful book that will keep you up all night. 

a must read! 


  1. Thanks for the time to review 'outpost', Ann. Very glad you enjoyed it.

  2. Thank you for posting :D im really glad i took the time to read the book :D


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