‘Atomic Number Sixty’


Title: Atomic Number Sixty

Author: Dave Johnston

Genre: Suspense/ Thriller

Rating: 4/5

Summary: Holly Holloway is locked in a dusty room, strapped to a ticking bomb. What would you do, if you only had one hour of life left to live? Atomic Number Sixty is the first part of a thrilling series, with 60 chapters each set in real time taking the reader 1 minute to read

Atomic Number Sixty (Sixty Minute Reads Book 1) by [Johnston, Dave]

This book wasn’t like any other book I have ever read. For one, it is out of the usual genre I read. Also, it was a book that was written to be read in 60 minutes. Which is also the amount of time Holly has to live. Each chapter takes about a minute or so to read.

I liked the concept of this book. It wasn’t the happiest of books, but it was a nice and quick read. It’s written in a…

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One comment on “‘Atomic Number Sixty’
  1. ron877 says:

    Obviously a discerning reader.

    Liked by 1 person

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60 Chapters in 60 minutes, can Holly Holloway escape the bomb in time? Download it worldwide for KINDLE or PAPERBACK here: Atomic Number Sixty   Massacre of the Sixty

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