Hope's greatest achievement to date brings her world, and everyone else's, crashing down in a terrifying, undead heap. Does she have what it takes to put it all back together?
Hope, an up-and-coming video game designer, goes to work on the day her latest and greatest game is going to be play tested. She is feeling like she is on top of the world. That all crumbles quickly when her new game somehow infects the tester with a virus that turns him into a zombie-like killing machine. She manages to escape the building just as chaos ensues
Now, Hope must set out on a journey through Seoul, South Korea to get to the bottom of how her video game could give someone a virus and what, if anything, she can do to fix it.
Will she solve the puzzle in time? Or will she become a victim of her own game?
Lisa Beacom's performance makes me want to stop everything and listen. she is the best!
I really enjoyed this audiobook. The narrator was excellent and fully brought the characters to life without overdramatizing them. Voice tone kept it interesting. The story was enjoyable with lots of plot twists and action scenes. Wonderful and detailed descriptions of scenery. I loved the characters, but wished for more insight into their thoughts and feelings throughout the book. I do not want to get specific because I don't want my review to be a spoiler, but I wished for more dialogue among the characters in the middle part of the book when everyone settled in each night. I hope to get to know these characters better in a sequel, if there is one.