The Cleansing (Earth Haven: Book 1)

October 9, 2019 - Comment

Apocalypse unleashed. Swift and deadly. Merciless. Seven billion people inhabit this planet in blissful ignorance of imminent annihilation. Destruction comes, not from meteors or nuclear holocaust, but from a source no one even knows exists. The architects of doom have long moved among us, hidden in plain sight, waiting for the signal to trigger our

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Apocalypse unleashed. Swift and deadly. Merciless.

Seven billion people inhabit this planet in blissful ignorance of imminent annihilation. Destruction comes, not from meteors or nuclear holocaust, but from a source no one even knows exists.

The architects of doom have long moved among us, hidden in plain sight, waiting for the signal to trigger our extinction.

A handful of survivors—traumatised, bewildered—must come to terms with the new reality. And quickly. For the Cleansing is only the beginning . . .

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Anonymous says:

brilliant Don’t usually read sci-fi but I was hooked straight away with this book. It begins with a lady sending an email, an email which will start the process of the apocalypse. The pacing of the story is perfect, it’s not a fast paced thriller, it’s even better. Not one moment of this book was boring, I enjoyed every moment of it.We are introduced to various characters, witness horrible deaths and sadness. We see how a virus is spread throughout various parts of the world and how it…

Anonymous says:

Page turner – different I enjoyed this book despite some glaringly daft premises. The destruction of mankind is original (well I haven’t come across this idea before) and that is what makes it such a good read. The baddies are suitably bad, the goodies suitably good and the overall scenario is interesting. The psychic powers bit was necessary for the story line but otherwise a weakness in the limits of the baddies, being used in an inconsistent manner throughout.The naivety of main characters (who walks past…

Anonymous says:

Recommended Read. Good Sci-Fi Thriller. Book Review: The Cleansing (Earth Haven: Book 1)by Sam KatesReviewed by J Bryden LloydWriting Style – 4.0/5.0 (Very Good)This is, without doubt, an example of a read which improves as it progresses.I felt that the opening structure was loose and occasionally dragged as characters seemed to meander through the sub-plots. However, once a quarter into the book, the whole thing seemed more focussed and the plots better defined.Whether this was something…

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