Zoomers vs Boomers

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Pub Date 05 May 2022 | Archive Date Not set

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They’re live-streaming for their lives.

When the influencers and live-streamers of Jackson High are selected as the winner of the Operation Gen Z contest, Craig Boucher and his friends can’t believe their luck. Sure, it’s a little awkward that Craig’s ex is on the team – and so is the former best friend who abandoned him for the cool crowd freshman year. But at least Craig’s got his BFF to lean on. And his hundreds of thousands of followers, of course. 

The Zoomers think they’ve been chosen to compete in a secret competition to win a million-dollar scholarship. But when they get to the site – the rundown building that used to be the Oakridge Academy, an infamous school shut down after rumors of torture and brainwashing – they discover that they’re pawns in a brutal game of survival.

As they search for a way out of the booby-trapped campus, Craig and his friends are hunted by three fanatical Boomers determined to prove that Generation Z embodies everything that’s wrong with the modern world.  

Millions tune in as the live stream goes viral, and the cameras transmit every move to the enemy. As the streamers begin to turn on each other in their attempts to survive, Craig doesn’t know who to trust or how to keep his friends alive.

Can these Zoomers come together to defeat the worst of the Greatest Generation? Or will they die before uncovering the truth behind this vicious contest?

Zoomers vs Boomers is an intense new stand-alone slasher-horror novel by Sawyer Black. Fans of Squid Game and The Hunt will be thrilled to death by Zoomers vs Boomers.

They’re live-streaming for their lives.

When the influencers and live-streamers of Jackson High are selected as the winner of the Operation Gen Z contest, Craig Boucher and his friends can’t believe...


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In Zoomers vs Boomers, Ray and Wink are boomers who attended Oak Ridge Academy in the 40s and 50s. It was run by an abusive man name Matherne, hooray idolizes. Craig and his friends or Zoomers who have plenty of likes and subscribers on live life and that is what won them the chance to compete in this Comtesse is called the GenZ contest and Ray believes he knows the teachings of his idol and a lot of death and violence will teach millennials the lessons that parents should’ve taught them long ago. What Ray doesn’t count on us there instinct and will to survive and unfortunately the lesson here is never underestimate a millennial. This book was so, so good! I received it yesterday and read the whole thing today it was that awesome! I can’t say enough great things about this book it was fast paced, action pack they would know dull moments. Just a great plot in an awesome execution of that plot. I already have downloaded other books by Sawyer Black and look forward to reading more from him in the future. I was given this book by net galley and the publisher and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Please forgive any grammar or punctuation errors as I am blind and dictate my review, But all opinions are definitely my own. If you love horror and the great plot you’ll love this book!

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This felt like watching a horror movie and seriously reminded me of the horror movie unfriended which I know many people love. This was creepy but it hit all the right spots when it comes to my scare factor, so I really couldn’t have asked for anything better.

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