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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Mortality by Kellie Sheridan

 After surviving a deadly plague outbreak, sixteen-year-old Savannah thought she had lived through the very worst of human history. There was no way to know that the miracle vaccine would put everyone at risk for a fate worse than un-death.

Now, two very different kinds of infected walk the Earth, intent on nothing but feeding and destroying what little remains of civilization. When the inoculated are bitten, infection means watching on in silent horror as self-control disappears and the idea of feasting on loved ones becomes increasingly hard to ignore.

Starving and forced to live inside of the abandoned high school, all Savannah wants is the chance to fight back. When a strange boy arrives with a plan to set everything right, she gets her chance. Meeting Cole changes everything. Mere survival will never be enough

This book was mediocre for me.
Perhaps it is the pregnancy, perhaps it was just a bad day to be a reviewer, but I found myself struggling to really get into the book until it came to the last few chapter's, and even then everything seemed so fast paced and as if there was no background to anything.
Events just seemed to happen without any explanation, without any reason, they happened just because the writer wanted it to be so. Relationship's bloomed in the blink of an eye without any real foundation.

My favorite aspect of this book was that it went back and forth between two girls, and kept going back and forth between them even as one was bitten and turned into a super zombie. I loved that they kept going into the minds eye of the super zombie.

3 out of 5 Raven's.

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