Scientists are the new rock stars. The infection has been contained for nearly three months, and the world is celebrating. But humans are still dying. Rebekah Taylor has seen it firsthand. Her husband was killed right in front of her by the very creatures that humans were told they no longer had to fear.
Rebekah is determined to find out who is responsible for the death of her husband and the obvious cover-up. Fueled with revenge, she begins to find answers that lead to one frightening conclusion. The apocalypse might be over, but the battles are just beginning.
About the Author:
Karice Bolton lives in the Pacific Northwest and is a writer of Young Adult and New Adult books. She loves to read anything and everything. She also enjoys baking, skiing, and spending time with her wonderful husband and two English bulldogs.
Books currently available:
*Beyond Love Series: Beyond Control (Book 1) Beyond Doubt (Book 2) Beyond Reason (Book 3) – Feb. 28th
*Afterworld Series: RecruitZ (Book 1)
*The Witch Avenue Series: Lonely Souls (Book 1), Altered Souls (Book 2), Released Souls (Book 3) Shattered Souls (Book 4)
*The Watchers Trilogy: Awakening (Book 1), Legions (Book 2), Cataclysm (Book 3), Taken Novella (Watchers Prequel)
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I really loved this book. It had one of the most action packed, straight into the fray opening scenes that I’ve read in a long time! It kind of felt like I was watching The Walking Dead, that tense feeling in your shoulders and that you don’t realise that you’re not even breathing, till the whole scene is over.
From a writer’s perspective, it was beautifully written and an excellent example of how you can tell a story without massive info dumps and lazy characters. The opening scene tells a lot about the main character through her actions and dialogue, rather than giving off a laundry list to the reader. You really have to read it to see what I mean, but if you’re a writer, you need to read this book to see how it can be done.
The front cover is great too – very eye catching and perfect for such an over-crowded genre. I’m not a fan of the colour orange in books, but it seems to work!
Overall, I’d give Recruit Z 5 out 5 stars – a must read for both fans of the genre and writers alike!