The Way We Fall

March 13, 2012 at 5:05 pm 1 comment

“We could all die. If no one finds a cure, the government will just hold us here until the virus has infected every person on the island. Until we’re all screaming in the streets…”

Sixteen-year-old Kaelyn’s life as she knows it is over. A deadly virus has is raging through her island home and there is no cure in sight. Under quarantine with conditions getting worse by the day, Kaelyn’s fear grows as food supplies, clean water, and electricity fall one by one. The only thing keeping her sane is taking care of her family and trying to help the sick, but as the virus rages through the island and her losses grow, can her hope for a cure keep her from falling apart?

 
My Review: The growing threat of the virus will draw you into this book as fear, suspicion and claustrophobia overtake the residents of the island.  I rooted for Kaelyn as she risked herself to help her family and other virus victims. Pick this one up if you like reading survival stories or if you’re a fan of the movie Contagion.

Katie Clark

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