It has been almost 20 years since the dead rose... Snoe Gainey has grown up in a world where the walking dead are simply a part of life. Raised by her adoptive mother, she has spent her entire life trying to distance herself from the legacy left by her mother. A name from the past rises from the ashes and sends Snoe on a journey where she will discover more about herself in a few weeks than she has during the first eighteen years of her life. Snoe discovers a dead world that leaves her with more questions while offering few answers. As everything she holds dear is stripped away, she must come to terms with just who she is...
©2012 TW Brown (P)2013 TW Brown
I loved the idea that it's set forward 20 years.I think the story is absolutely brilliant.it follows 3 other equally amazing stories. I think it's genius the ideas the author came up with, like the tribes and the giant wall. I love snoe..i missed Meredith, but I took to loving snoe straight away.you know she's her mother's daughter.
I've laughed aloud listening to this, and have been close to tears at others.it's a utterly fantastic put together story
I would compare it to road warrior(minus the zombies)
It's got the same post apocalyptic idea as it.
I would also compare it to dead the ugly beginning and the rest of that series
I had read the book before getting this and it was really brilliant, but the lady reading the story really added something to it. She sounded like she was really snoe.
Yeah, and I did.
This is a brilliant book, I would recommend it to anyone.it's a very additive series, when you read or listen to it, it stays with you
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