An explosion at the army depot unleashes a deadly cloud carrying a genetically engineered virus  – Viral Dawn: (Viral Series Book 1) by Skyler Rankin – – AND DON’T FORGET HER Summer Survival Raffle!!!!

Skyler viral dawn 10

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What if your world changed in a split second, destroying everything you thought you knew and thrusting you into a world where your very survival depends on every move you make, every decision, and every step you take? Every. Move. Matters.
An explosion at the army depot unleashes a deadly cloud carrying a genetically engineered virus that turns people into flesh-eating zombies. High school senior, Casey Williams has taken refuge at the school with friends and others who managed to survive the blast and ensuing viral outbreak. They’re safe. For now. But supplies are running short, and tempers are running shorter as Casey realizes the time is coming they will need to get out. She is determined to lead her friends to safety only to discover that she’s led them into even greater danger. Determined to save her friends, she fights the living and the undead in her quest to survive.
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Stacey Crawford

Fantastic!

JI really enjoyed this book! It’s not your typical zompoc novel. The first part was my favorite; so much character building going on that helps you understand Casey’s actions later in the novel. Because of this, the first section goes at a slower pace, but then the action revs up. Here is where you really get to see Casey in action. She’s a strong female who messes up, gets things right, and sometimes, just plain lucks out. Again, the first part did an amazing job of setting the reader up for knowing why Casey is doing/saying things. Can’t wait to read the next one!!

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