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About the episode: Most fabulous drink ever! ** While the ragtag group scrounge for supplies, Jamie becomes even more protective of his daughter. There’s a new face amongst the group… but can he be trusted? ** When a red-eye flight from London to Los Angeles brings two strangers together, they have no idea that it’s the end of the bloody world! Rose, a Britis About the episode: Most fabulous drink ever! ** While the ragtag group scrounge for supplies, Jamie becomes even more protective of his daughter. There’s a new face amongst the group… but can he be trusted? ** When a red-eye flight from London to Los Angeles brings two strangers together, they have no idea that it’s the end of the bloody world! Rose, a British runaway, is ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Her hopes are high, her funds are low, and nothing is going to rain on her parade. Except maybe the apocalypse! Sam is an American ballerina on her way home from a hellish vacation. She’s tired of culture, tired of traveling, and seriously tired of men. She can’t wait to get home. That is until everyone turns into flesh-eating zombies! Neither woman expects their exhausting overnight flight to devolve into bloody carnage of terror and mayhem. But when you’re over 30,000 feet in the air and there’s nowhere to run and nowhere to hide… what else can you do but team up with as many survivors as possible and try to stay alive? * Start this epic zombie apocalypse thriller written by USA Today Bestseller Claire C. Riley and Victoria Cage Author Eli Constant. Red Eye Season 1: Episode 1- OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 2 – OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 3 – OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 4 - coming December 5th


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About the episode: Most fabulous drink ever! ** While the ragtag group scrounge for supplies, Jamie becomes even more protective of his daughter. There’s a new face amongst the group… but can he be trusted? ** When a red-eye flight from London to Los Angeles brings two strangers together, they have no idea that it’s the end of the bloody world! Rose, a Britis About the episode: Most fabulous drink ever! ** While the ragtag group scrounge for supplies, Jamie becomes even more protective of his daughter. There’s a new face amongst the group… but can he be trusted? ** When a red-eye flight from London to Los Angeles brings two strangers together, they have no idea that it’s the end of the bloody world! Rose, a British runaway, is ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Her hopes are high, her funds are low, and nothing is going to rain on her parade. Except maybe the apocalypse! Sam is an American ballerina on her way home from a hellish vacation. She’s tired of culture, tired of traveling, and seriously tired of men. She can’t wait to get home. That is until everyone turns into flesh-eating zombies! Neither woman expects their exhausting overnight flight to devolve into bloody carnage of terror and mayhem. But when you’re over 30,000 feet in the air and there’s nowhere to run and nowhere to hide… what else can you do but team up with as many survivors as possible and try to stay alive? * Start this epic zombie apocalypse thriller written by USA Today Bestseller Claire C. Riley and Victoria Cage Author Eli Constant. Red Eye Season 1: Episode 1- OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 2 – OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 3 – OUT NOW Red Eye Season 1: Episode 4 - coming December 5th

30 review for Red Eye: Season One, Episode Two

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kelli Wilson

    Still waiting to connect with the characters! I love zombie novels. Always have been a fan of Claire C Riley. I believe I'm struggling somewhat to get into the episodes because there's two different writers. I feel like I can tell when one page or section is written by one author vs other pages written by the other author. It's not a substantial standout, however it makes for a little bit less cohesion in the flow of the story. It's still early, as this is only the 2nd episode. I'm hoping to beco Still waiting to connect with the characters! I love zombie novels. Always have been a fan of Claire C Riley. I believe I'm struggling somewhat to get into the episodes because there's two different writers. I feel like I can tell when one page or section is written by one author vs other pages written by the other author. It's not a substantial standout, however it makes for a little bit less cohesion in the flow of the story. It's still early, as this is only the 2nd episode. I'm hoping to become more engaged with the characters during the next episode.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Charlie ✰ WLTB Blog ✰

    This is Episode 2 in the Red Eye series This series is getting better with this episode 2 it is full of action from the start, Sam and Rose have joined up with another group of people to try and survive, it really does have you turning the pages I don't want to give anything away as this is the second one and I can't say much with out spoiling. If you like a good zombie read then these books I recommend but remember to read the first book in this series first so you can understand what is going o This is Episode 2 in the Red Eye series This series is getting better with this episode 2 it is full of action from the start, Sam and Rose have joined up with another group of people to try and survive, it really does have you turning the pages I don't want to give anything away as this is the second one and I can't say much with out spoiling. If you like a good zombie read then these books I recommend but remember to read the first book in this series first so you can understand what is going on. I am on the edge of my seat waiting for next book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    This epic zombie apocalypse thriller is really the most fabulous drink ever! « Tomorrow’s another day. And maybe things will look a little brighter. Surely things couln’t get any worse. Right? »

  4. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Zapata

    Yes, yes...zombies a galore! But I am not a fan of how short these are. This story is so good!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Hodges

    Horrifying, creepy, tense and edge of your seat reading. Zombie stories scare me something chronic but also hold a strange fascination so it's hard to resist one, especially by one of my favourite authors. This is a series and each book is one part of a whole. Exciting and so much going on as two girls who meet on a plane fight to stay alive against the odds, meeting a small group of other survivors. Can they stay safe until some sort of rescue comes? Not for the faint hearted reader, I find mys Horrifying, creepy, tense and edge of your seat reading. Zombie stories scare me something chronic but also hold a strange fascination so it's hard to resist one, especially by one of my favourite authors. This is a series and each book is one part of a whole. Exciting and so much going on as two girls who meet on a plane fight to stay alive against the odds, meeting a small group of other survivors. Can they stay safe until some sort of rescue comes? Not for the faint hearted reader, I find myself torn between hiding behind a cushion and wanting to find a bat wrapped in razor wire. So good

  6. 4 out of 5

    XR

    Happy to see that Sam and Rose aren't alone and the group is a tad bigger and better equiped with weapons. Maybe this group stand a chance? Happy to see that Sam and Rose aren't alone and the group is a tad bigger and better equiped with weapons. Maybe this group stand a chance?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Marsh

    I'm loving this series so far. Each episode is more exciting than the last. Rose and Sam are so in tune with each other and it's great. I'm loving this series so far. Each episode is more exciting than the last. Rose and Sam are so in tune with each other and it's great.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    Oh my goodness! I'm relatively new to the Zombie Genre and this book gave me anxiety, I had to keep putting it down and walking away! Can't wait for the next installment. Oh my goodness! I'm relatively new to the Zombie Genre and this book gave me anxiety, I had to keep putting it down and walking away! Can't wait for the next installment.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shannie

    Damn! Another zombie nail biter! I demand more lol

  10. 5 out of 5

    LeeAnn

    A good "short". Please be aware that this is an "episodic", frankly those irritate me because I prefer a full story, or at least a series of fleshed out work. More and more new authors are putting "episodics" out and calling them series. I'm not sure if it's because the younger generations have short attention spans or what the reasoning is. This "series" has 4 "books" in season 1, and 3 in the 2nd season, to date (Feb 19, 2020), so 7 episodes in total. Each is advertised as approximately 90 pag A good "short". Please be aware that this is an "episodic", frankly those irritate me because I prefer a full story, or at least a series of fleshed out work. More and more new authors are putting "episodics" out and calling them series. I'm not sure if it's because the younger generations have short attention spans or what the reasoning is. This "series" has 4 "books" in season 1, and 3 in the 2nd season, to date (Feb 19, 2020), so 7 episodes in total. Each is advertised as approximately 90 pages, but each book ends at around 75%, the rest being filler and advertising of other books. If the author were to combine each season into a single book it might run to 150-200 pages, tops. Okay, now that I've lodged my main complaint... This series, so far, isn't bad. I like the main female characters around which the story revolves. Rose is on an American "walkabout" from the UK and is taking a "gap year" between college and work, and Sam (Samantha) is a ballerina who is returning from a vacation, that should have been her honeymoon. Both are on the same Red-eye flight from London to Las Angeles when a virus erupts on their flight, turning the other passengers into zombies. They, and one pilot, are the only ones who survive the flight. I really enjoyed the by-play between Rose and Sam. They quickly became fast friends and learned to work together to survive. As they reach the supposed safety of the airport they encounter more raging creatures, but also meet up with assorted survivors. Some are just everyday people, some are deviants, and some are criminals. But, you can't be too picky in who your cohorts are, not if you want to survive.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Louise

    Epic! I feel like I'm watching a tv series not reading a book. It's written and crafted so unique, i can imagine the scenes so vividly. New character's are introduced. Rose and Sam's friendship is growing stronger. Both are trying to cope the best they can with the gruesome zombies, I'm loving their friendship. Nolan is taking charge of their situation, he's broody and a bit of a jerk at times but I love him. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and can't wait for ep3. Red eye is my first zombie read Epic! I feel like I'm watching a tv series not reading a book. It's written and crafted so unique, i can imagine the scenes so vividly. New character's are introduced. Rose and Sam's friendship is growing stronger. Both are trying to cope the best they can with the gruesome zombies, I'm loving their friendship. Nolan is taking charge of their situation, he's broody and a bit of a jerk at times but I love him. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and can't wait for ep3. Red eye is my first zombie read and it's got me back in to watching zombie series and films on the tv. something i haven't watched for 4 yrs. so ladies you have hooked me on all things zombies and as my first zombie books that i am truly loving, this is not a series i will ever forget. A must read series, you will not be dissapointed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julie Workman-Bookaholic Sisters Blog

    HOLY CRAP!!! This story is amazing, and right from the start of this second episode they bring it, it's full steam and I couldnt get enough, if this was a tv series I would binge watch because my god it had my heart pounding, I was on the edge of my seat, I couldnt put it down. I'm not a zombie girl but even if it's not what you normally read or it's not your genre believe me when I say you will love it, I wasnt but I'm absolutely loving this. Cant wait for the next episode, when it gets to the en HOLY CRAP!!! This story is amazing, and right from the start of this second episode they bring it, it's full steam and I couldnt get enough, if this was a tv series I would binge watch because my god it had my heart pounding, I was on the edge of my seat, I couldnt put it down. I'm not a zombie girl but even if it's not what you normally read or it's not your genre believe me when I say you will love it, I wasnt but I'm absolutely loving this. Cant wait for the next episode, when it gets to the end it's like waiting another week for your favorite show, frustrated that you have to wait but oh so excited to see what's to come. Keep punching ladies, your killing it!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Lyle

    This series is awsome sam and rose are thrown together in a life and death situation after finding more people in the air port terminal they try and make up camp and secure the area best they can. I am really disliking nolan's character I just cant put my finger on why, love that there are more characters being brought into the story let's hope rose doesn't turn in to ond of the brain munching zombies cant wait to read the next installment really enjoyed what I've read so far. This series is awsome sam and rose are thrown together in a life and death situation after finding more people in the air port terminal they try and make up camp and secure the area best they can. I am really disliking nolan's character I just cant put my finger on why, love that there are more characters being brought into the story let's hope rose doesn't turn in to ond of the brain munching zombies cant wait to read the next installment really enjoyed what I've read so far.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Emma White

    This series is going to be a very bumpy ride, the ups and downs already have me on the edge of my seat, it was a late night for me with this one as once I started I couldn't put it down. Rose and Sam have joined up with more survivors in the airport. I just hope they have made the right decision !!?? This series is going to be a very bumpy ride, the ups and downs already have me on the edge of my seat, it was a late night for me with this one as once I started I couldn't put it down. Rose and Sam have joined up with more survivors in the airport. I just hope they have made the right decision !!??

  15. 5 out of 5

    San

    Episode Two introduces some new characters and builds on how everyone is coping with the zombie apocalypse. Another solid episode with some intriguing characters coming into the story. Can’t wait for episode 3

  16. 5 out of 5

    K Dz

    The continuation does not disappoint. Sam and Rose are surviving together and apart. I am addicted and need to know what lies ahead for them and the others that have joined in the race to survive. Claire and Eli are creating an amazing journey. Thank you ladies.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Marsh

    I'm loving this series so far. Each episode is more exciting than the last. Rose and Sam are so in tune with each other and it's great. I'm loving this series so far. Each episode is more exciting than the last. Rose and Sam are so in tune with each other and it's great.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Ritchie

    Just loving this series so far can't wait to read the third book if you love zombies books then I highly recommend these books gets you hooked from the first page must read Just loving this series so far can't wait to read the third book if you love zombies books then I highly recommend these books gets you hooked from the first page must read

  19. 5 out of 5

    M.B.

    I loved this installment. The way new characters are introduced is very organic, but I am wary of Trent... Need episode 3 now!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ez

    This was a great follow up to Episode One in this series. It was an entertaining, quick read that still managed to have plenty going on, fitting a lot of action into a small time frame. Rose and Sam continue to navigate their way around the airport. Having teamed up with Nolan, they've made the decision to rescue the small group of survivors they spotted trying to keep out of reach of an unruly group of zombies. Adding a few more to their group might bring even more complications, however, as Ro This was a great follow up to Episode One in this series. It was an entertaining, quick read that still managed to have plenty going on, fitting a lot of action into a small time frame. Rose and Sam continue to navigate their way around the airport. Having teamed up with Nolan, they've made the decision to rescue the small group of survivors they spotted trying to keep out of reach of an unruly group of zombies. Adding a few more to their group might bring even more complications, however, as Rose and Sam's courage is tested and perhaps not everyone in their ragtag group is as they seem. The backstory of a lot of the characters is still mostly unknown so there's plenty to keep me turning the pages as personalities are slowly revealed. This book focusses on the new additions to the group, trying to secure their area of the airport and attempting to get weapons while the world has gone crazy. I wouldn't have thought the book would stay set at the airport but it has and it continues to work. I'm really enjoying this zombie page-turner and will be carrying on to the next book. Plus, it quoted The Princess Bride. That's some series brownie points right there.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Helen Simpson

    WOW ANOTHER GREAT INSTALMENT THAT MAKES THE WALKING DEAD LOOK LIKE SESAME STREET. THE REALISM IN THE DESCRIPTIONS ARE AMAZING. EACH SCENE HAS YOU SITTING AT THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT. AM WARY OF TRENT AND WANT TO FIND OUT MORE OF HIS BACK STORY. BRING ON EPISODE 3.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Great story These books are nice simple easy reads so far. Really enjoyable, great characters . Maybe it's because two young women are the main characters , but this seems more geared towards women of even teenagers . Is not really serious and gritty ...yet Great story These books are nice simple easy reads so far. Really enjoyable, great characters . Maybe it's because two young women are the main characters , but this seems more geared towards women of even teenagers . Is not really serious and gritty ...yet

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katja

    I did like this but it's short so that is only reason why only 3 stars. It's end of the world and Rose and Sam have to learn how to survive. They both had some har time but luckily they figure it out. I like their friendship. I did like this but it's short so that is only reason why only 3 stars. It's end of the world and Rose and Sam have to learn how to survive. They both had some har time but luckily they figure it out. I like their friendship.

  24. 5 out of 5

    HOLLY

    It was so-so. I have read a similar series years ago taking place in an air ort. I wanted more from this than just them being in an airport for two books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

    Another great installment in this installment based zombie thriller. Great pace, and for a short and sharp book, you get to see enough character development to maintain interest.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    Good read Gripping read! I do wish the story would go forward a bit but that is probably just my impatience! I am ready for the next one!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Really good Super entertaining!! I didn’t realize how short these were but that’s ok! They are fast moving and full of action!! I can’t wait to download the next book!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sandra "Jeanz"

    This is the second episode and it picks up with Rose, Sam and Nolan still trying to avoid the flesh-eating zombies. It seems like Nolan is not too keen on being stuck fighting with “two prissy girls” but though Rose is feeling somewhat attracted to Nolan she soon hits back at him calling him chauvinistic. It isn’t too long before the girls end up proving their worth. When it comes down to one of them or a zombie, that zombie is going down! Whilst trying to find a place to “hole up” for a while t This is the second episode and it picks up with Rose, Sam and Nolan still trying to avoid the flesh-eating zombies. It seems like Nolan is not too keen on being stuck fighting with “two prissy girls” but though Rose is feeling somewhat attracted to Nolan she soon hits back at him calling him chauvinistic. It isn’t too long before the girls end up proving their worth. When it comes down to one of them or a zombie, that zombie is going down! Whilst trying to find a place to “hole up” for a while the trio come across a group surrounded by zombies and quickly come up with a plan to rescue the humans, and get the zombies away from what could become the centre of the survivor’s operations. They are still unaware of the extent of the zombie horror that is going on around them. Their first instinct is to hide somewhere with food that can be secured and wait for help to arrive. I mean help would be on its way wouldn’t it? The new survivors to the group include someone wo will prove very important when it comes to navigating around the airport, Karla a security guard. Karla leads the now larger gang to a room with security camera’s so they can see how many and where the zombies and danger is. The other characters are introduced in this episode by Leon, male who becomes somewhat of a complex character as time goes on. There’s father Jamie and his young daughter Alexa, and there’s a poor guy who can only speak Japanese who seems to be called Akhira. Akhira proves to be a great asset in the fight against the zombies. Finally, there is Trent whom the group found trying to save a young injured girl from bleeding out. You’d think that having extra people would make the group safer, but not necessarily so. Jamie finds it hard to let his daughter out of his sight and the situation doesn’t improve when those she is with are chased and almost caught by zombies when they end up splitting up when they were supposed to stick together. There are little hints at possible romance with Leon becoming attached to one of the young women. As for a leader it seems like whether he wants it or not, everyone is looking at Nolan to do the job. This episode also ends with a cliff hanger, after seeing a male in the lock up area of the airport the group need to decide whether to risk running into zombies whilst setting him free, or just leave the man where he is. Whilst Nolan thinks it would be useful to have another strong looking male available to fight, Karla is of the opinion if this male has been placed in lock up, he must have done something horrible to be put there. Karla think they will endanger their group by letting him free. What will the group decide? Of course, I adored the now youngest member of the group Alexa, even though she seems to have one hell of an attitude problem to begin with. Though I reckon most of that is for show and an attempt to appear much more confident than she is actually feeling. Naturally her father Jamie is protective over his child and isn’t afraid to put his views across about group safety. Or shout and be angry when things go awry and a scavenging group containing his daughter unnecessarily split up putting his daughter in danger. I should also admit I didn’t take to Leon, though I truly can’t explain why not, just a hunch, I will have to see where his character goes. Another character I aren’t particularly fond of is Karla, the security guard, she comes across quite snappy and gives me the impression she perhaps thinks she should have more say in what they do because of her position at the airport. I was immediately re-immersed into this world with the great characters and on the edge of my seat on more than one occasion. There are more characters to learn about, be suspicious of and keep track of too. Episode Two definitely left me wanting to read more . . .soon!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I wish these were longer!! So good!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laura Smith

    Fabulous! Full review to follow

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