Overall, I enjoyed reading "The Shift" and found that it is just as exciting as the first book in the series. With all the side stories taking place, there's always somebody to cheer for or to loathe. The action is non-stop and edge of your seat suspense, filled with many twists and turns. Who is friend and who is foe? The author keeps it real by showing readers that the characters are not invincible and some die along the way. Highly recommended for story content and plot!. Readers will also learn that the virus is shifting and becoming more menacing, moaning to themselves after reading the statement over a hundred times throughout the story.
Mr. Richardson, as I mentioned in my review of your first book in this series, this book, too, is rife with typos, missing words and grammatical errors. I strongly suggest that you take the time to re-read your own writing or hire a proofreader. The errors are distracting and cause readers to pause in the reading to try and make sense of the sentence. Continued reviews by readers that point this out will begin to turn off other potential readers and impact your sales. Your story is good...fixing it will make it great!
John Podlaski, author
"Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel" and "When Can I Stop Running?"