Transformation is the exciting second book in the Euphoria Z Trilogy. Cooper has found his sister, Ellen, and her boyfriend, Taffer, who survived the infection. But there's something not quite right about him now. Cooper must leave Ellen and Taffer behind with a new companion to go on a critical mission to find the one person that might be able to help him. Weed, the surviving member of the Wild Rebels MC, has infiltrated the parking garage as a harmless old man, but he's not fooling everyone. The dead now change in unforeseeable ways that threaten the scant remains of mankind. A host of characters new and old are throughout Transformation. Some we thought we saw the last of, and some we wish we never crossed paths with. The only thing that is certain...time for mankind is running out.
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This is a good follow up book from Book 1. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. I'm hoping it will be more interesting
Having not liked book one because of the that the book was, what felt like for me anyway, one long rant, debasing and derogatory story about fat people, gays, women, blacks and anything else they could find, I hesitated to start this. I had it for review so said I'd give it a chance though in hopes it got better and had less hatred in it, but sadly, it wasn't so. I got to 24% and had to put it down. I couldn't listen to any more slurs etc and honestly could't care less about any of the characters. It's a DNF for me.
The only redeeming quality is the narrator. He did a great job again, giving everyone their own tone. I just wished I liked the story enough to continue.
This book had me guessing the whole time. The characters were that same but some showed their true side. In a good way or bad.
I am a big fan of apocalyptic books including zombie books. I love how this one is different than most. I like how in real life the good guy doesn't always win.
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