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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Book 1 of the Redivivus Trilogy

John Wild knows something is dead wrong the moment he finds the local airport deserted.

Returning home from work on an isolated reservation, he is unaware of the cataclysmic events that rocked the globe, leaving a plague-ridden, apocalyptic wasteland in its wake. As he struggles to survive against all odds, John learns that even when monsters walk the earth, people can still be the most dangerous things in the land.

Two things, above all else, become his focus. Can John find his family and help his longtime friend, Dr. Lin San, in her search for a cure, or will the merciless plague prove to be his demise--and the threnody of the entire human race? @goodreads



Read from April 08 to 11, 2015

**This was a goodreads/firstreads give away. I would like to thank the author for the opportunity to win and read the book.**

I thought this was a good zombie book. The two main characters are Dr. John Wild and Reams. John was at a Native American Reservation and had no idea what was happening. When he was coming home and trying to land his plane he couldn't figure out why no one was answering at the tower. He has a run in with a friend from the airport that has turned into a zombie. As he almost gets bit, Reams comes to the rescue, gets him back in the tower and tells him all that he knows. John freaks out of course and tries to call his wife and daughter. At this point no one really answers cell phones. John decides he's going to try to get home and see if they are still alive and talks Reams into going with him. Before they leave, John gets an unclear call on his cell from his old friend Dr. Lin telling him about the virus, that is started in Brazil and she's on her way back to try to help find a cure.

I'm not going to give any more spoilers about the book. I will say they meet up with a few more people along the way, a lot more zombies and a little madness and mayhem. I mean it is a zombie apocalypse!

I look forward to reading the next two books in this trilogy. I think the author did a really good job!
4 Stars

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