Book Title: Blackout
Author: Marc Elsberg
Genres: Fiction, Suspense, Mystery, Crime
Released? : December 15th, 2016
I read this in book format.
I was sent a copy of Blackout in return for an honest review.
When the lovely Thomas approached me to see if I would like to take part in the blog tour for Blackout, I immediately accepted. The book sounded incredibly unique and something that I wasn’t used to reading but extremely intrigued by.
Blackout is the story of Piero Manzano, a man who, on a cold evening, just wants to get home. But when the lights all go out and the city is plunged into darkness, it isn’t long before chaos begins.
Blackout was originally written in German and after becoming a best seller in Germany, the book was translated in 15 countries worldwide.
This story is very cleverly written, in a way that keeps you flicking through those pages, wanting to reach the final pages.
The entire book is fascinating to me because you really don’t realise just how much we depend on electricity and power.
If, like me, you enjoy a fast paced, heart racing thriller then this book is one for you. With a plot that isn’t like the others and is incredibly smart, you will not be able to put it down.
A huge thank you to Thomas and Transworld for letting me read this incredible book!