Review: Living with the Dead (Famished #3) by Annie Walls

Living with the Dead (Famished #3)

Living with the Dead

(Famished #3)

by Annie Walls

For three years, life is strenuous for Kansas Moore as she travels with her team and saves more people from the clutches of the revolutionists. On the downtime, they bide time by constructing and enlisting for their own cause.

When the general assigns her to search for a missing loved one, she turns to the team and what they find overturns everything they’ve learned so far.

Review:

5 Rudolph Stars on Goodreads

Living with the Dead is the third book in the Famished Series by Annie Walls. We’ve wait a hot minute for this book to be released but it was well worth the wait. WE launch straight back in with Kan and her life as she knows it 5 years on.

Exciting, thrilling, dark, shocking and excruciatingly sad, all words I’d use to describe this book. It didn’t disappoint and I loved every minute of it. I didn’t want it to end. Annie’s writing is excellent and I really enjoyed the pace of this book. It was sad to say goodbye to this series, to Kan and Rudy but I’m excited to see what comes next for Annie.

I would not read this book as a standalone and if you haven’t read the other books in the series I would highly recommend getting on that.

**Side note: I’d love to see this made into a TV series, it would be the bomb!

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