This might very well be my favourite book of the series thus far, and July can’t come soon enough.
The thing I liked about this book was how much more descriptive it was than the previous too, and getting to delve in a little more of what it is to be a zombie in this world, depending on what side they fall on.
Angel’s preparation for the GED was amazing, and wonderful to see, as she began building her self confidence with the unlikely help of Nick, who really flourished as a character.
The flood was absolutely heart breaking and Angel’s reactions to it, especially when she had to explain her house was gone were heartbreaking.
Finally there was some growth with Marcus, and I hope that their relationship can hold true. Though the developments between her and Phillip were definitely interesting.
This book was another fun read, and I loved the chaotic feel to parts of it.