Review: Survivors of the Darkness

Published 11:43 am Saturday, December 16, 2017

By Dawn Burleigh

The Orange Leader


A comet tail has destroyed life as it was known on earth in a 257 page book, Survivors of the Darkness.

Survivors have not only learned how to face the world without cell phones and other electronics, but also the reality of werewolves and vampires do exist in the Apocalypse, referred to as AP-1.

Humans, considered food to the mythical creatures, fight to survive until the sun shines again and the darkness covering the earth fades.

In an added, twist, a character hides a secret power of being a changeling. The secret is hidden well until the compound must be abandoned for the humans to survive after an all out war is declared between the vampires and werewolves when rumors the sun may shine again in five years after 30 years of darkness.

The book is geared for mature readers while containing adult themes, sexuality,

and language.

Survivors of the Darkness is written by Linda Pittillo, of Orange, and published by Xlibris in 2017. The book is available on Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. It is also available in hardback, paper pack and e-book formats.