What was terrifying about this book, and had me actually scared, wasn't the virus, but the people and their subsequent actions when society crumbled and survival of the fittest incurred. And, how all of that encroached on the protagonist's neighborhood. There are those that plan ahead, and those that wish to take from those who have. Konkoly created some terrifying interlopers in to this former bedroom community that had me pulling my covers up to my chin. Looking forward to his next book. Also, the narration was excellent.
Yes. It was the reactions of the neighbors to each other, and the disintegration of society and civil behavior.
I usually don't post reviews, but this book was so awful I felt compelled to warn people off. No plot development, characters left in the wind and just no story. The conclusion was absolutely idiotic, boring and cheap. WTF? Amazing that it was published. Well narrated though.
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