Book Review: No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz

September 5, 2012 at 11:27 am Leave a comment

“Marco was fairly sure everyone’s brains were processing the same thought: Why was a dude in a hazmat suit in the Grill’n’Shake?”

It’s just another day at the mall when a strange device is found attached to the building’s air ducts. Is it a dirty bomb? Bioterrorism? Whatever it is, it’s already too late for everyone in the mall as the building is locked down.

A day or two sleeping, eating, and killing time at the mall doesn’t seem so bad, but as the days drag on and people start getting sick, fear and anger take hold, threatening the survivors’ safety and their lives.
My Review: Give me a rampant disease that needs to be contained, and I can’t stop reading. I’m fascinated by the endless ways that a stressful situation can either bring out the best in a person or gradually unravel them until their dark side is all that’s left. Check out No Safety in Numbers for a quick read told by multiple characters trying to survive the best way they can.



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