Wednesday, February 4, 2015
My Review Of Time Of Death Induction By Shana Festa
When no one or nowhere is safe, where do you go to escape the monsters? In a few short days, 37 year old Emma Rossi’s hard work will finally pay off. She will don her cap and gown and graduate with a degree in nursing, but not before she loses her first patient and is confronted with a new reality. In Cape Coral, Florida, a storm approaches. The dead are coming back to life. And they’re hungry. Infection ravages the Eastern Seaboard with alarming speed while attempts to contain the spread of infection fail. Within days, a small pocket of panicked survivors are all that remain of civilization. Fighting to survive the zombie apocalypse alongside her husband Jake and their dog Daphne, Emma comes face-to-face with her worst nightmare. Relying on snarky wit and sheer determination, she is forced to commit atrocious acts to protect her family and avoid joining the ranks of the undead.
My Review: I loved this book. I love to read stories where I can connect with the characters. This book did not disappoint me. From the very beginning I connected with Emma. I saw the world through her eyes. I panicked when Emma thought the zombies would eat her dog Daphne. I cried with Emma when she feared Jake wouldn't come back. And rejoiced and was surprised when he did. I felt the fear when her and her friends were attacked and the sadness when friends died. Great story. Thanks for a good read. I can't wait to read the next book.
You can find the book on Amazon.