Review: BZRK

Look at yourself. Imagine yourself at the most basic levels. Bacteria covering your skin, dead skin cells like left over wrapping paper. Now take that image and turn it into a mini house of horrors, scary enough to make a grown man faint. That is the micro.

That is the life of Plath and Keats. Throughout this long overlooked world they must fight for their cause: control of your brain. Bzrk is a book that forces people to examine themselves at the basic level, not only at the physical, but also the emotional level. This book forces you to ask yourself one question: freedom or happiness? I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.

— Hayden

About the Book:
Title: BZRK
Author: Michael Grant
Release Date:

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