Review: Nailbiters by M. K Williams


In the wake of a recent invasion, Dora, a scared, strong human is searching for safety as the human population is systematically hunted down and tagged. On a deserted stretch of road her run comes to an end and she is captured and catapulted into a world of vicious bargains and survivalism. Follow her journey from freedom to servitude and addiction and back again as she learns what the alien invaders are after and why no one can stop biting their nails. Nailbiters will engulf you in the early post-apocalyptic world of alien occupation and make you question what it really does mean to be human.


This is a thrilling read. Imagine World of the Worlds meets Alien vs Predator but with a huge surprise plot twist. Actually, I wouldn’t be surprised to see this book made into a film one day.

The story is full of plot twists and turns. It is not for the faint hearted as it is rather gory! The moral of the story is on point for today’s current affairs and the main character, Dora, is very likeable. For an exciting story I thought the end was a bit disappointing and quite an anti climax but doesn’t detract from the rest of the novel. I hope there is a sequel.

I enjoyed this book and look forwards to reading more from MK Williams.

by Coralie

Disclosure: The Pursuit Of Bookiness received a copy of this book free of charge in return for an honest review.  All opinions are our own


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