In the midst of the Second Great Depression, twenty-five year old Orissa Penwell doesn't think things can get any worse. She couldn't be more wrong. A virus breaks out across the country, leaving the infected crazed, aggressive and very hungry.
Orissa will do anything-no matter if it's right or wrong- to save the ones she loves. But when she discovers that most of the world is infected or dead, she must decided if those lives are worth saving at all.
Can I start a review that way? Because I totally just did.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review from the author. It was also highly recommended by a blog I follow/stalk, Contagious Reads.
Anyway, I haven't really found a zombie book I've enjoyed in a while. They're all the same, pretty much. So I put off reading this one for a while.
This book was awesome!
A few times a felt a bit put off because of something in the story, but it wasn't a big deal because I can't remember details on those issues. Also, the story quickly picked up every time I found something that bothered me, so it never lasted more than half a page at a time.
Highly recommend this to lovers of zombie books, and anyone who has grown tired of the genre. Because it is freaking great!
I cannot wait to start the next book. Because, holy shit... that ending!