Nineteen-year-old Mora is on a mission to save her village from the relentless greyskins, and there is only one man that can help her, Jeremiah of Screven. As she travels the wastelands, she discovers a power within herself, a power she believes no other human possesses. That is, until she meets others like her - the ones who call themselves the Starborn. These super-humans are on a mission also: to destroy the undead greyskins, and take down the greedy Jeremiah. Mora must now choose between the one who can keep her family safe, and those that can show her who she truly is.
©2013 Jason D. Morrow (P)2013 Jason D. Morrow
I liked the book and the theme behind it. pretty easy to understand what was happening and it does make you want to read the next book in the series
Well written and keeps your attention, can't wait for the second book
I love the sci-fi/romance type novels, this one is great!
This is a great book loved it can't wait for the next one kind of zombies first X-Men. A new twist on the zombie apocalypse great cast of characters very intriguing story
Not a lot of tension or action. Very young adult whiny romance novelly with a few zombies in the background. Not for me.
The voice fit the book - whiny teenager - but it made my teeth hurt.
I love to read. Always have & always will. Audible makes it possible when I can't sit and read. Audio brings great stories to life!!!!
I have mixed emotions about this book. I enjoyed the story immensely but I did not like any of the characters. Usually when I read a book I grow to love the characters but unfortunately not in this case. Hopefully, there will be more character development to come. The story however was not bad. In fact it was quite interesting. What a great idea to have humans with super powers, that descended from aliens to take on the zombies!!!
I really wasn't expecting this one to be anything but bad... In the beginning, but surprisingly, the story actually picked up, and I ended up reading all of the series. Nice to have a new way of doing "zombie stories" not just the outbreak time, but significantly after. I think that one detail was my main attraction in this book specifically. Will see how the rest of the three will be.
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