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Survival Weekend by Robert W Kirby blog tour and book review.



Survival Weekend by Robert W Kirby.

After a messy split with her partner, Rebecca decides to sign up to an adventure weekend in Scotland, and ropes her reluctant friend, Phoebe, into joining her.

This was a unique read. I did enjoy this book. It was gripping and twisty. Lots of action. 5*.


Blurb.

After a messy split with her partner, Rebecca decides to sign up to an adventure weekend in Scotland, and ropes her reluctant friend, Phoebe, into joining her.


After travelling to an unknown location in the wildness, the pair are grouped with other entrants and given the task of hiking to their first checkpoint—a campsite where they will receive further instructions.


Then one of their team, a brooding man called Luke Vance, drops a bombshell on them. He tells them that a squad of armed people will be pursuing them come daybreak and their game is an altogether different one. They are twisted deviants who desire only to hunt and kill.


The group refuses to believe Luke, but they are prepared to play along, convinced he is an actor that has been planted by the organisers of the event, and the entire thing is all part of the wild experience. But when one of the group vanishes, the participants panic.


But even if there are killers on their tail, first they need to survive the tough terrain, treacherous weather… and perhaps hardest of all, each other.


How far would you go to survive?


Format – Kindle


Publisher – ‎Independently published


Publication Date – 23 April 2023


Genre – Psychological Thrillers


Author – Robert W Kirby

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