My first dystopic, zombie novel ever! 🙂
And I loved it. Not so much the part where it ends with a cliffhanger and I have to wait for the next book, but everything else was great. Including the zombies. 🙂
Ok, so before I give you the idea it’s a funny story, it isn’t. In no way can you call a future where a virus turns people into zombies and coming into contact with their saliva or blood while sporting an open wound, will transform you into one too, funny.
Honestly, I never thought I’d find a novel with such a topic interesting. But if there are more like this, I’m all ears (or eyes in this case). 🙂
Important to mention is that this is a YA novel. I do seem to be on a kick with those lately. But what can I say, I enjoy the perspective. 🙂
Remy is an incredible (albeit a bit too far away from my perspective) character and I enjoyed immensely her track to find her little brother.
I won’t give you any spoilers because even a hint might give away too much.
But, if you enjoy YA novels and are not scared of depressing future scenarios, you might give this one a try.
The first book is free for download and I just saw the second one is 5$.
P.S. Did you know Amanda is a self-publishing wonder? She made quite an amount of money through e-publishing, and serves as a poster girl for those who want to go that way. The only problem is, it’s not so easily reproducible.