Kings of This World by Peter Bailey (Book Review #333)

Kings of this world is a sci-fi horror story about Matthew and Jeremy. Matthew wakes up one day noticing that everyone in London has gone crazy. Everyone is basically behaving abnormal, conducting actions that one would not encounter on a normal basis. Things like people having sex on the street, taking a dump, or killing each other over silly things.

As it takes Matthew a few chapters to discover what is going on in the world, he meets Jeremy, who also happens to have kept his mind intact. They both seek reason and understand that it is all based on aliens taking over the land harvesting people to create a weapon.

I firstly wanted to congratulate the author on the novel approach to storytelling. I have read many books, but I have never read something like this before. The literature was easy to follow, and the story had a smooth paste to it. The subject matter did have some sensitive topics that may be disturbing for some to read but if you like thrilling horror style books, this would also suit your desire.

I am not a big fan of aliens and the notion of stories that revolve around them. However, the author’s innovative style of writing was enjoyable to read. I recommend this book to sci-fi readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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