The Weepers: The Other Life
Sherry has lived with her family in a bunker for more than three years. Her grandfather's body has been in the freezer for the last six months, her parents are at each other's throats and two minutes ago, they ran out of food. Sherry and her father must leave the safety of the bunker. What they... show more
Sherry has lived with her family in a bunker for more than three years. Her grandfather's body has been in the freezer for the last six months, her parents are at each other's throats and two minutes ago, they ran out of food. Sherry and her father must leave the safety of the bunker. What they find is an empty Los Angeles, destroyed by bombs and haunted by Weepers - savage humans infected with a rabies virus. While searching for food, Sherry's father disappears and Sherry is saved by Joshua, a hunter. He takes her to Safe-haven, a vineyard where a handful of survivors are picking up the pieces of their other lives, before the virus changed everything. Sherry must find a way to help her family, stay alive, and decide whether Joshua is their savior or greatest danger as his desire for vengeance threatens them all. This debut novel is a page-turner that is not easy to forget.
Publish date: May 15th 2012
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Pages no: 261
Edition language: English
Series: The Other Life (#1)
This book was okay, there was never a dull moment. I could have done without the love story. Romance in YA is overdone. The MC was okay, but she relied way too much on the love interest to save her. She also had issues with shooting zombies because they look like people~~~. If she wasn't the MC she...
Great book! I loved it and have read it multiple times. (not hidden, just tells you what type of person two characters were)Even though there was a female lead (sherry), unlike other books in my opinion she didn't always try to be the hero and let other people help her when she needed it but didn't ...
Another pathetic zombie story. What a waste! I want my money baaacckkk!!!!
Eh, I feel like I've read it before. I don't think there was anything new and interesting brought to the story. It was ok for what it was, very short and very predictable. It was kind of like like "The Walking Dead- the lite and condensed version"