I received this book for free in exchange for a review.
The Road to Nowhere is a post-apocalyptic novel about a guy who wakes up in a hospital and finds that everything in the world is wrong (basically). First the good: I was definitely entertained with the story. I was excited to know why everything was deserted and when the main character would get his memory back, if ever. I cared about the characters and hoped they would survive, and wondered where they would try to go next....all of which kept me reading the story.
Now the bad, or even just the neutral: I have to say that the story line has been done before. I mean how many versions of a plague/zombie/fight for your life can you do? When I was reading the beginning, I couldn't help but feel like I was reading the script of the first episode of the Walking Dead show. I think if I hadn't seen that show, I would've been more excited. Minor editing and spelling errors (eg. Rode vs. Rhode Island), but nothing too bad. I'm usually pretty distracted by that, but there weren't many. Also, I felt the characters could have been developed a bit more. I mean I know "John" has no memory, but it doesn't even seem like he was bothered by it all past the first 10 pages.
Although I got it for free in this case, if you are looking for an easy, entertaining read and are into this kind of story, I would say it's definitely worth the .99 cents!