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Keep Them Alive (Dead Trees Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The best thing about this is that you can tell that the writer has put a lot of thouhgt into everything in the story and hasn't tried to just rehash an old plot.
I can't wait to read the sequel, and see what's going to happen with the Beasties, theyre too bad-ass to all just die!
I really loved this book. It was great to have a different kind of monster instead of the traditional zombie, though this story has everything good that you'd expect to find in a zombie tale. Every time Elise stops for gas, medicine, food, change of car, or sleep, she risks being attacked by the beasties. She also has to look after the needs of two very young girls which adds a different element to the story. We see Elise as a fighter when she is attacked, and a mother trying to look after her girls in a world gone mad. I mean, what other book do you have a woman trying to drive as much as she can in daylight with one daughter not toilet trained and the other with the weakest bladder in America? I loved touches like that!
The beasties are brilliant and scary. They might not infect you like zombies but their claws and teeth will rip you to pieces. The beastie attacks really are tension filled as you hope that everyone will survive, and for the first half of the book the beastie attacks come thick and fast. Hotels, gas stations and shopping malls with dark corners all become danger zones even in the relative safety of daylight so every time they stop the car, I was on edge wondering what was going to happen. But I also liked the fact that the beasties begin to adapt to sunlight, grow smarter and start operating in groups.Read more ›
Well written, creepy, horrifying & quite honestly gut-wrenching at times.
You wont be able to put this down.
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Eli Constant is an amazing writer. I knew that when I finished her first book, a dystopian novella, DRAG. Read morePublished on 5 Oct. 2014 by avidbookreader
Elise is a scientist and married mother of two daughters. Slowly all over America, people begin disappearing. At first nobody notices because the numbers are small. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2014 by She
I recommend this book,a really good read,a bit to much medical jargon but all in all I enjoyed the story line and look forward to reading more of Eli Constant.Published on 3 April 2014 by milly
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