Title: Plague Land: Reborn
Author: Alex Scarrow
Rating: 3 out of 5
They thought it was dead. They were wrong.
Two years ago, the virus hit London, wiping out most of the population. Leon has made it through two winters since then, and no one has seen the virus since. He lost his father, his mother, and his sister to the virus, and most of his hope as well. Until he finds a message about a rescue boat and sets out to see if the rest of the world has survived. But that’s not all he needs to worry about.
Okay, this probably wasn’t the best pick for me. Sometimes I can pick up a series book without having read the previous books in the series and be fine. Sometimes I can’t. This was one of the latter times. I didn’t have any problems following what was going on…I just had a problem caring. I didn’t have any emotional connection with the characters, so it was hard for me to get into reading this. Interesting premise with the virus, though.
Alex Scarrow currently lives in Norwich with his family. Plague Land: Reborn is his newest novel.
(Galley provided by Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review.)
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