Disaster strikes North America, leaving people without the most basic amenities. Lana is taken from her home and forced to accept a world full of infected, violent beings. Life as humans know it is over, and in its place is a constant fear of death, paranoia, and savagery.
The mission in this new world is simple: survive. But survival comes at a cost few can bear.
As Lana and Jim find more survivors, new threats surface, their past decisions haunting them as they pass through abandoned towns. Armed with nothing but the pack on her back and a long-handled knife, Lana fears whether or not they'll make it to their destination - or if she'll perish along the way.
©2015 Taylor Lavati (P)2016 Taylor Lavati
I rarely have time to sit down and read, so this book was great now that it was in audiobook form. cool read
If you love the walking dead, your in for a real treat. Meet Lana, a mostly average girl, and here not recently, one of the few remaining uninfected humans left. I felt immediately immersed in her journey, and was estastic when the narrator acted out the scenes. A+ performances for both Author Lavati and Narrator DuBios
What a different story this has been.It was fantastic,I loved the story.I couldn't believe what happened at the end,I did not see that coming. I haven't read many apocalyptic books but this has been one of my favorite,five stars
Love me some creepy, scarey, suspenseful, thrilling reading - when discovered I could hear some of my favorites read TO me...Audible had me!
I'll start with the narrator and editing. The editing seemed to be non existent. The narrator would repeat lines, or correct words, restart a paragraph, which I assume is usually edited out from most audio books. This happens a lot in this book.
Many words were mispronounced. (Eg. EXscaped vs escaped. )
The main character. OMG. I couldn't get past the fact that she hooked up with one of the men who was responsible for her kidnapping and sexual assault at the beginning of the book!
There weren't any characters who endeared themselves to me, so I finished the book just to see if it made a miraculous turn around. Nope.
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