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First off loved it. And the main character has my name Olivia! Sweet lol!!
Also think how everyone she came a crossed got attacked. I know that's bad to say or even think but I'm sick of everyone staying alive the whole time like in most books or shows you watch drives me crazy!! I won't even be mad If Olivia gets killed even though I love her. It happens.
Hated but at least she got to see her husband for the last time in the wrong way.
Ok so why it didn't 5 star's. Close to the ending how it jumped way forward after she found the farm. Missing big time gap how they planned and organized. I know she talked about how they did the group's. I would of been really great is know how everyone and things took place and drama all that.
This is a solid story. I thought the plot was strong, the concept very strong. I especially liked that the main character was a woman. In fact, she was a woman just like anyone else, struggling between a job, college and raising a toddler -- and getting by in an unfolding zombie apocalypse. The story is fast-paced action, fast enough that it becomes easy to believe the main character, with a small child in tow, can manage to survive when so many do not.
There were some typos and errors, enough to notice, but not enough to be a problem for me. The story is pretty much straight action, running from zombies, which can be tiring at times. But we do meet other living humans along the way, who add interest to the story.
My main disappointment was finding that the next novel in the series revolves around another character (not the one from the prequel), where we already know what happens. I *did* really want the next novel to be about the main character from the prequel. But it wasn't, and I already know what happens, so I don't think I will be reading that one.
By the way, I was pleased with the ending of this book.
This first novel of the series is action-packed from beginning to end with relatable characters, especially Liv. She's a mother and wife doing her best to stay alive when the zombie apocalypse collides with her ho-hum world. As a nurse-in-training, she has enough knowledge to know what to expect and what to do in certain situations, and it feels natural.
Though the book needs another pass by an editor or proofreader, it's a solid start to the series, with plenty of twists. Reading things like "houses address" instead of "house's address," "their face ranged," "more cumbersome that helpful," and "no idea what is going I on," were distracting; however, I was caught up in Liv's story, and couldn't not finish the novel.
I know there are a lot of zombie novels floating out there, but I do recommend this one to any fans of the genre. It's action-packed, fast-paced, and entertaining.
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