Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spineand spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. My beautiful button is thanks to Evie!! Yup just one more thing of AWESOME she did for me.
This weeks pick shares my birthday with me!!
In this apocalyptic sequel to Dark Inside"'s "well-balanced, realistic suspense" (Kirkus Reviews"), four teens continue the struggle for survival as they face a world gone mad. Aries, Clementine, Michael, and Mason have survived the first wave of the apocalypse that wiped out most of the world's population and turned many of the rest into murderous Baggers. Now they're hiding out in an abandoned house in Vancouver with a ragtag group of fellow teen survivors, trying to figure out their next move.
Aries is trying to lead, but it's hard to be a leader when there are no easy answers and every move feels wrong. Clementine is desperate to find her brother Heath, but it's impossible to know where he'd be, assuming he's alive. Michael is haunted by the memories of his actions during his harrowing struggle to survive. And Mason is struggling with something far worse: the fear that he may be a danger to his friends.
As the Baggers begin to create a new world order, these four teens will have to trust and rely on each other in order to survive.
Let me tell you the reasons WHY:
1. The world. I mean if I was actually living it I would be terrified but while reading I am drawn right into it!!!
2. The girls. I can't wait to see how they drive forward. Yes I love the boys too but love Clementine & Aries!!
3. Strange as it may sound the cover. It totally takes me to where I was in Dark Inside and I believe this one will suit the book just as much as Dark Inside's cover suited it!!
4. Well as sad as it is I am even more excited that a book I am looking SO FORWARD TO has the same birthday as me!! How awesome is that?!
That's what I am waiting on this week!! What are you waiting on?! Leave
me a link so I can visit and add to my wish list because it isn't big enough