Monday 30 April 2012

FIGHTING TO SURVIVE by Rhiannon Frater

Picking up where The First Days ends, Fighting to Survive features the further zombie-killing, civilization-saving adventures of a pair of sexy, kick butt heroines and the men who love them. A hundred or so survivors of the zombie plague have found tenuous safety in the walled off center of a small Texas town. Now the hard work of survival begins—finding enough food; creating safe, weather-resistant shelter; establishing laws; and fighting off both the undead who want to eat them and the living bandits who want to rob and kill them.

After absolutely loving the first book in this trilogy, THE FIRST DAYS, I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next to Katie and Jenni.

Jenni might be a happy zombie killer and have a hot Latino boyfriend to stand by her side--as well as having her stepson alive and safe--but she's constantly haunted by her abusive dead husband and the death of her two young sons.

Katie's trying to deny her attraction to Travis, but when she finally realises that they're living in a world where the next day could be your last, she can't hide her feelings anymore.

Now that the Ashley Oaks fort has a bigger population of survivors and keeps growing, this small community can't keep putting off making their way into the newly renovated hotel they have access to. Every single person will have to face their worst fears as small groups of survivors venture into the hotel to clear away all of the zombies. And now that they're being watched by the disgusting bandits, the walking dead are no longer their only threat...

OMG. This book was fantastic! I couldn't put it down and got totally swept up in the tension and horror that the survivors went through. The story's told through the POV of several survivors, giving the reader a deeper look into each person's state of mind--which was awesome. It's another fast-paced book filled with zombie killing and a strong pack of survivors trying to make their small slice of the world a better place.

There were some really cool surprises too, and the scenes where they deal with the bandits--brilliant. I also love Nerit, she's so kick-ass. Loved it!

I can't wait to see how it's all going to end in the last book

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