Goodreads: Dark City: Dark Night, Darker Night, Darkest Night (3 Short Stories)

Author: Abe Evergreen

Published: 19th January 2018

Source: Copy from Author

Rating: 4/5 (Really liked it)

Official Summary: “The complete Dark City trilogy including Dark Night, Darker Night and Darkest Night. Jo Lamp’s desperate struggle to save and protect his niece and sister as their pandemic ravaged city unravels and turns into a nightmarish landscape.

Jo Lamp’s niece Yima is sick with the the latest flu strain, nicknamed Blue 32, which is a deadly killer. Unable to find the needed drugs and vaccine in other sectors of the city he decides to risk a trip into the Dark Sector to buy the drugs from a black marketer.

Jo Lamp tries to convince his sister to move with her daughter Yuma to his building so he can protect them, before the latest flu pandemic overwhelms city services and the metropolis plunges into a nightmarish darkness.

Six years after a pandemic ravaged their vast city Jo Lamp and his niece Yima survive by staying hidden away in their building, one of the many dark and silent skyscrapers in a sea of dark and silent skyscrapers. After years of counting campfires at night in the vast city around them Yima has decided she wants to meet the people around those fires but her uncle believes the people around those fires are dangerous. She believes otherwise and won’t rest until she gets a chance to go outside. ” – Goodreads

Review: Total all 3 stories come to 116 pages. It a very fast read. I read the whole trilogy. I can’t really see reading the first story without reading the rest of them being so short. I really enjoyed it. Had the game The Division feel to it at the beginning.

With it being so short I did want more, but at the same time, the Author did a very good job at the amount she had put in just a few pages. I was left with a big sense of the whole city, what could be going on, and what was most likely going on. The Author just left enough information for your own imagination to go wild.

(Disclaimer: I received a copy from the Author. Does not affect my review)