Review: BZRK: Apocalypse by Michael Grant

As a huge fan of Michael Grant and his works, I was ecstatic to be able to get my hands on his latest work in his thrilling BZRK series, BZRK: Apocalypse. If you are anything like me then Apocalypse will positively blow your mind. The characters are well-developed, the sceneries are always so extremely vivid that readers feel like they are right there along with the characters, and his plot lines are tremendously creative.

A Michael Grant novel simply would not be a Michael Grant novel if it did not make readers feel truly uncomfortable at moments, and Apocalypse is no exemption. The man appears to take excessive pleasure from panicking his readers, by toying with what they dread the most.

Apocalypse deals with matters such as: individuality; control; and insanity. It is a book where readers interrogation the actions of everybody.

BZRK: Apocalypse is truly unlike from practically any YA book at the moment. Readers are left feeling tremendously content with the finale of this rollercoaster ride of a series. Just as the novel’s synopsis says, the novel is truly an “explosive conclusion” to Grant’s BZRK series.

An Advanced Readers Copy of the book was provided by the publisher in return for an honest review.


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