This series was supposed to be a trilogy, but the story was so good I see why it was extended. Along the way,we meet some new friends and lose some ne..Show More »w friends and old friends, and also see the demise of some of the villains. The author writes in such a way that he makes the reader actually start to care about what happens to the main characters. He gives enough graphic description to whet our appetites without making us lose it. This was another great installment and I can not wait to find out what happens in the next book. This is an author that I will keep a look out for in the future, as well.
When I got the first book in the series, it was a gamble that I would like it. But I loved it and so bought the next and then the next because it was ..Show More »so good. Now, in the fourth book, this author has still kept me riveted to the story. He refreshes the readers' minds about the first days of the Alaska infection with different point of views from several new characters. He introduces new friends (mostly those who don't know how to survive and can not accept the reality of the infection, providing a striking contrast with the main group) and now has the militia from the third book hunting them down along with a horde of the infected. I knew when I started this book, that it was most likely going to be the last in this series. But I am still craving more from this author.