Published: Feb. 2015
Publisher: Permuted Press
Series: The Zombie Girl Saga
In the second installment of The Zombie Girl Saga, Eve teams up with CSIS to find out more about the Azrael Virus coursing through her veins. As she learns about the dangers of the virus, she also learns that there are some advantages to being less than human. Eve is quickly thrown into fieldwork to stop the spread of a virus that is spreading silently on a global level.
She might be the only hope the world has, but she’s running out of time.
Despite hardening her senses to having to eat people, Eve is emotionally unstable for the first part of the book. The transition is a slow one but I didn't find the pacing to be. The POV switch was sometimes a bit off. I found Agent William's to be a jerk, unless we were in his POV and he somewhat contradicts most of what we know about him. I did enjoy reuniting with a few of Eve's old friends. There's closure on past situations and a wide-open wound on new ones.
There was plenty of action, a few new characters and Eve faces a new adversary (other than herself). When I think back on what all happened, I realize that there isn't much to tell. This is very much a transition book, but I look forward to what the next one has to offer.
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