The red plague has devastated the human race, turning billions of people into zombies with red eyes and an insatiable hunger for human flesh. The 212R virus sweeps through the population so quickly a possible cure is left to rot. Seventeen-year-old Maya Solomon may be the only survivor who knows where it is. But to reach the lab in Raleigh, North Carolina, she will have to outrun the infected boy tracking her every step and cross into a city swarming with monsters....
The red plague has devastated the human race, turning billions of people into zombies with red eyes and an insatiable hunger for human flesh. The only known cure to the 212R virus is locked inside of Ben Sawyer. To get it out, seventeen-year-old Maya Solomon and a group of survivors will take him on a journey to what may be the last bastion of human civilization: Camp Carson, Virginia.
No closer to extracting the cure from inside Ben Sawyer, Maya Solomon is ready to give up her quest to cure the zombie virus. But Pollard and Hunny have gone ahead to Washington, DC, in search of other survivors. Alone and vulnerable, Maya and Ben begin a final and treacherous journey north in the hope that somehow the secrets locked inside Ben's blood will finally free the world from the grip of the Red Plague.
What if a world beyond all you've ever imagined really existed? And what if choosing it only cost you everything you've ever loved? Cosette Miller had all she ever wanted - Westley Greene. But when the love of her life is caught up in the riptide of a hometown tragedy, Cosette finds herself mourning the loss of the "normal" she's always clung to and begins to ask what she's never had to wonder before: What more could there be to life than Westley?
Seventeen-year-old Zoey needs an escape from some personal drama, like her mom's depression and taking care of her four younger siblings. She finds the perfect distraction in a frenemies-with-benefits arrangement with irritatingly hot football captain, Matt, during their class trip to Paris. There's no chance of falling for someone whose only ambition in life is to stay in their hick town and one day take over his parent's tire store. But far from home and personal responsibilities, his cocky grin and easy attitude start to grow on her as they explore the seductive city of Paris together.
Fourteen-year-old Abby uses alcohol to numb her emotions when a video of her cheating, famous father broadcasts on the news. Tensions build with the betrayal of friends and a narcissistic stepmother, whom Abby refers to as "the Kat creature." Eventually, alcohol takes its toll when Abby jumps from a para-sail to search for a flask she dropped in the ocean. But that's not what nearly kills her. Abby uses snarky humor to guide the reader on her journey into the depths of alcoholism and the not so easy road back.