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Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale

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Hope. Each night, in this Post-Apocalyptic zombie world, teenage vampires, Kieran, Emily, and Andrew, search for hope. Hope that one day, all of this will be over. Hope for anything other than the Feasters that roam the land. When an unscheduled "rescue run" isn't all that it appears to be, they will have to rely on their close family bond and primitive instincts in order ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published March 30th 2020 by Self-Published
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Jerry Roth
Jun 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale is a young adult novel from Solomon Petchers.

Can you remember what it was like to be a teenager? Now imagine if you were a vampire as well.

The heart of the story involves three adolescent vampires Kieran, Emily, and Andrew surviving the aftermath of a devastating zombie outbreak. With their loved ones gone—civilization in ruins, and optimism running low—this band of friends struggle to navigate the horrors around them and fight to keep alive what little trust they
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Mariel
Jun 01, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale by Solomon Petchers
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
An apocalyptic world where humans co-exist with vampires against the influx of flesh-consuming zombies. Vamps having to exist on the blood supply from what animals they have managed to keep alive and the possibility of a “run” made during the night.
Emily and Kieran are two such vamp teenagers along with Andrew-a human teen they convert,even though conversion is against the rules and risking the
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Angelica Jones
Apr 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Thank you Solomon for letting me beta read this for an honest review.

I could not put this down. Having read many vampire centered books before, I was pleasantly surprised to read Petchers' take on them and how they fit (and didn't fit) into society. He not only kept me rooting for the vampires in their struggle to survive in this apocalyptic world, but he also made me appreciate the value of family and caused me to think about what I'd do to save the ones I love. This dystopian / Sci-Fi story w
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Abbie Reay
Nov 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Cousins Emily and Kieran are Vampires who, with their families once lived among humans as normal people. Are now without their family’s, trying to survive through an apocalypse of Feasters who threaten their existence. Along with newly turned vampire Andrew, the three of them have to learn how to fend for themselves at only 15/14 years old. Trouble arises when they try and save the Coragan family and learn secrets about the terrible stuff they have done.

I love the character of Emily, she has a g
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Farah Naz
Jun 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
This book tells the story of three teenage vampires, (one they had to convert) and tells the tale of survival ands hope after an apocalypse and the obstacles they face. It was nice to see the main characters have a close family bond with each other and are always at each other’s side. This is my first time reading this genre and i was impressed at how easy it was to read. The book instantly engages you within the first chapter. It was a change to see the story being told in the eyes of vampires ...more
Priya
Jul 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Watt Morgan
Jan 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
An exciting, character-driven zombies vs vampires story with excellent pacing, relatable characters and a wonderful, timely message about sticking together no matter what. Petchers is on his game with this one. Worth the read!
Fate
May 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Extremely unexpected!! I was completely taken aback by the end. The story is technically short but the story line itself is not!!

While reading it I thought it will be the typical apocalyptic survival story, but it had a lot of pleasant and unpleasant twists.

Each character is given such a depth that made me wish the story was longer so I can get to know them better. Although it was a short story I able to learn about their personality and way of thinking which is very nice. I especially liked ho
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Kimberley
Aug 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I received this book for free in exchange for a free and honest review so thank you!

Right off the bat, you're thrown into suspense and action which I loved. I love apocalyptic books anyway and this was really enjoyable. Even though the book was short, there was so much context that gave you a great insight into the world and lore which is essentially vampires vs zombies with a small dose of humanity.

It may not be for everyone but the book is really well written. The pacing is smooth and consist
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Kathryn
Apr 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Many thanks to Solomon Petchers and Booktasters for providing a copy of this book for an honest review. Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale tells the story of three close-knit vampires Kieran, Emily, and Andrew surviving in a world filled with flesh-eating zombies better known as Feasters.

One night, a light flashing in a window catches Kieran's attention. Curious and in need of replenishing supplies, the trio head out to check on the situation. They find a terrified girl staring out the window of a h
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Muyiwa Augustine
Jul 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
You might imagine, how at a time like this, i have just one means for survival; not the sullen movies nor the catchy rom-com film series produced every minute nor the mouth-watering game consoles that keeps ones thoughts at bay. Books! And only books! You might also imagine, how choosy one can be, when there's a pandemic (of which i fell victim) to think about. You will then realise what my choice of a book like this is most likely to mean. It means it kept me company in all the while i battled ...more
Jenipher
Apr 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Feasters An Apocalyptic Tale tells the tale of 3 teens doing they best to survive in a tragic and horrific time. I truly enjoyed this book, the story was too short so I hope this means that a sequel is in the works, it also shows the strength and resilience that kids have. It has adventure, twist and turns.
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Mar 04, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale” by Solomon Petchers is a vampire vs. zombie story during apocalyptic times. Three Vamp teens: Kieran, Emily and Andrew become a family after losing their loved ones to the zombie apocalypse. Before the collapse of society, vampires had been assimilated into human culture and most no longer feared them as it had been decades since vamps fed on humans. This has been possible because vampires kept themselves in check in order to control their nature to the point that ...more
Jennifer Jarvis
Mar 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale is a YA horror story about vampires. These vamps aren't like anything you've ever read about before; they've assimilated with humans and have become accepted members of society. That is...until bloodthirsty Feasters populate the Earth and start feeding on humans and vampires alike. Three teenage vampires keep hope alive as they find themselves in a precarious and life-threatening situation.

More than anything, this is a story about sacrifice, friendship, and hope. T
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Arpit Srivastava
Jan 16, 2021 rated it it was ok
I was given this book on behalf of an honest review through BookTasters.

The book was overall quite okay. I like the straight and smooth writing of the author. Though the plot was really nice and kinda cool and distinct with the mix of different species in its own way, it ofcourse had some cliché stuffs but apart from that, I guess I was expecting more in character building and friendship, plus, the relationship between them. And similarly, less in some of the parts which seemed kinda unnecessar
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