Under Ground by S.L. Grey
Survival is only for the few.
A coterie of rich weirdoes become convinced that the end is nigh. So they hole up in a survival condominium called The Sanctum located in the middle of nowhere. They think they’re safe. They’re not. This good novel is a succinct message that the greatest danger is within. Cost-cutting, paranoia, secrets, lies and a teenager devoid of empathy or intelligence increase the pressure until the worst happens and there’s no way out. This is page turning enjoyment.
“So caught up in paranoid hysteria that we’re all willing to bury ourselves in the ground.”
“Her paranoia has reached pathological levels.”
“Dragons are Evil and from the Devil.”