Fools’ Apocalypse (Last Virus) by Anderson Atlas

Fools’ Apocalypse Review: Where do I even begin? I have to admit, Zilla’s good. Too good. He exposed human weakness, by manipulating that weakness and pretended to make it something great. A lie. An empty lie. The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. The 5 survivors can be seen as both victims and villains of their own fate. Wanting to believe the world could be better, stronger. But little did they know what they’d be up against. It’s become much worse than what they bargained for. And once the truth came out, it was like a punch to … Continue reading Fools’ Apocalypse (Last Virus) by Anderson Atlas