Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Plague Nation by Dana Fredsti

Plague Nation by Dana Fredsti
2013, Titan Books
Series: Book 2 of Ashley Parker

Synopsis: The undead have been defeated in Redwood Grove, CA, but reports of similar outbreaks are coming in. What seemed to be an isolated event is turning into a pandemic.  The last thing Ashley Parker wanted when she went to college was to join the military, but she is one of a select few who are immune to the virus. Gifted with enhanced speed, strength, and senses, she’s recruited by a shadowy international organization that’s existed for centuries, its sole purpose to combat the zombie threat.

Dark secrets begin to emerge, and when an unknown enemy strikes, Ashley and the other zombie hunters—known as “wild cards”—embark on a desperate mission to reach San Francisco. If they fail, the plague will sweep the nation unchecked. And the person she cares for most may die. Or worse.

The Good: Love. Love. Love. So much love for both Ashley Parker and Dana Fredsti. I love the way Ashley talks and thinks. Just love being in her head. I love how she interacts with the other characters and that the romantic aspects of the book are realistic to the situation instead of mushy. There were laughs and there was heartache, and everything was littered with zombie mayhem. This series is definitely a favorite of mine.

The Bad: Nothing. It was absolutely perfect. I wanted to lose myself in this novel forever.

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