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So Nina survived the onslaught and is behind the wall. Don't worry you are not missing much, anyways so she is behind the wall and it is existence, you know when you are living every day the same way and you have to figure out something to do before you go crazy, yup Nina is there, and what does she do? Over throw the tyrannical leaders? No, Marry some dude and have a bunch of post deader babies? No, Decide that live is better with the Deaders? BINGO!!! Give the girl a prize. Yeah you heard me right, she decides to take a stroll on the evil(er)ish side of the wall.
The remainder of the book is really good but since there are spoilers and you know how I hate to read them, so I don't write them it is up to you to read the book.
The one thing that didn't detract from the rating or my enjoyment was that some of the scenes that characters spoke about that reminded me of the Comic Book Walking Dead. I am a huge comic freak and so I read the comics, haven't seen the show. It wasn't close enough for me to be like OMG that is Walking Dead, but then again how much can you really do if you have a room, with zombies, that can be killed by head trauma.
I love NINA! this main character is not like your normal female character is a zombie novel. She is just a normal person, trying to make it in a screwed up world, trying to figure out how to live normally. Nina is not your helpless character. She is a bad ass chick that does what she can for the people she cares about, and I love that about her. It's a refreshing change.
Claire c Riley makes it to where you can relate to all of the characters in this book, because they are so "Normal" I also love that in the midst of it all, she some how finds a place for love in this broken down world.
I would reccomend this book to anybody who loves a good Zombie series, and somebody who enjoys lots of twists and turns. Claire C Riley has quickly moved up to one of my favorite authors!
WOW! Okay, from the beginning I was riveted and couldn't put it down and I'm so happy I read it.
Nina is the heroine that you WANT to read about. She was strong, determined and angry as hell. Her motives for leaving the "safe" confines of the wall to venture out with the young Emily and taking her chances among the Deaders may have been selfish (not my words) but she changed. She, like all women, has those moments of questioning what she's gotten herself into, mentally chastising herself and doubting her abilities, but she pushes through.
When she meets up with another group of survivors - a motley crew if there ever was one - she is naturally on guard and doing her best to protect Emily. She starts to feel again, something she has learned to not do, while behind the wall, and her feels are for Emily. Nina is pseudo-mom, big-sister and hero to this young girl who has no one and she will do anything to make sure that she survives "this" whatever it is. The members of the group all have a specialty they bring to the collective and Nina turns into a badass, kickass woman who does what she needs to in order to survive.
Riley does an amazing job of painting the picture of a seemingly desolate world - void of humans yet it's still flourishing with life. Quite the interesting image. I felt as if I was with these people, fighting along side them (although I would have been dead from the word "go.") The smells, the deaders, the wall, Emily, Nina, Mikey, Crunch, and the rest as so vivid in my head. Wait, did I mention Mikey? Because I really want more Mikey!
So it goes without saying I'm about to dive into the other Odium stories because I am BEYOND loving this!!!
Yay for branching out!
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