Devour This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B IOPZ An infection is spreading People are dying but they don t stay dead St Louis is falling to pieces In the midst of rioting a dangerous new disea

  • Title: Devour
  • Author: R.L. Blalock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B01IOPZ156.An infection is spreading People are dying, but they don t stay dead.St Louis is falling to pieces In the midst of rioting, a dangerous new disease has sprung up pushing an already dire situation over the edge Those who are infected suddenly become extremely aggressive, attacking and even eating those around themhis is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B01IOPZ156.An infection is spreading People are dying, but they don t stay dead.St Louis is falling to pieces In the midst of rioting, a dangerous new disease has sprung up pushing an already dire situation over the edge Those who are infected suddenly become extremely aggressive, attacking and even eating those around them.And Olivia Bennett is caught right in the middle of it.When Liv comes face to face with the infected, her hectic life grinds to a halt as the city around her begins to devour itself Forced to flee from her car with nothing but her eighteen month old daughter, Elli, Liv must trek forty miles on foot across the feral infested suburbs of St Louis to a safe haven that may not even be safe.Fight or die What other hope does she have

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    • First lines: The branches of the trees reached for Olivia like sharpened claws. Each one tore at her matted, coffee-colored hair and the protective layers of clothing that covered her body. They scratched at her face as she crashed through the forest of silver maple and black oak in an attempt to escape the ferals.Our story begins 5 days into the zompoc, with our heroine Olivia racing through the woods, her 18 month old daughter Ellie strapped to her back. She's been trying to reach the safe har [...]

    • I won Devour on GoodReads in exchange for an unbiased review.Blalock has done a fairly decent job at putting you in the shoes of a scared young mother going through the first days of the zombie apocalypse. In some ways the novel seems like a how to guide in survival, which is fine, but can make for a bit of dry reading in the beginning. Once our protagonist starts her journey is when the story smooths out for me. On a side note, I only recently stopped watching Walking Dead andFear the Walking D [...]

    • Being trapped in a car has become one of Olivia “Liv” Bennett’s worst nightmares since the day the world came to a halt. Liv and her eighteen month old little girl, Elli was on their way back home from a visit with her husband and Elli’s daddy where he worked for lunch. They had just crossed the bridge when traffic suddenly came to a dead stop. Liv is looking around trying to see what the problem is when she sees a paramedic helping his partner walk across the street when all of a sudden [...]

    • I was provided with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.What I liked about this bookCharacter's Internal JourneyI really enjoyed Liv's changes in perspective while she ventures through the shredded landscape of the St. Louis suburbs. I also saw some interesting mechanics within the story. An aspect that makes Devour a great apocalyptic story is the use of an extreme scenario to exaggerate and juxtapose the mundane. Blalock uses these conditions to criticize society's more selfis [...]

    • I was totally surprised by this book. After reading The Darkest Days, a prequel or side story to this one, I expected one of the stories main characters to be Wyatt ( and said as much in my review of that book). By no means was I disappointed though. R.L. took Olivias character, made her seem present and likable. I couldn't help but hang on to the edge of my seat as she journeyed to the farm, a place of her hope.The realism, the world building and character development were outstanding.Fast pace [...]

    • More pleaseLike the prequel, this book leaves this reader wantIng more. To know what happens next. Love the main characters. Well done. My son will want to read this or at the very least listen. Text to speak. Recommended 15 and up. Little younger if the are used to Zombie books.

    • Liv is in her car, with her daughter. As she pulls up to a bridge the traffic stops, and the people seem to be attacking each other. Forced to flee from her car with nothing but a diaper bag and her eighteen-month-old daughter, Elli. Liv must trek forty miles on foot across the feral infested suburbs of St. Louis to a safe haven that may not even be safe. Grab this book!

    • A very good, involving read. I love finding new authors in this genre. I don't consider these "zombie" books, but books of human nature in time of crisis. This author kept me interested from page one. The main character was motivating. The writing was well done and I will definitely be reading more.

    • Loved itAwesome book. I championed on the survivors, and heroine of the book. Liv starts out as all do, in an apocalyptic journey, unsure of her surroundings and strength. You see her come in to herself in a grueling world. I like reading about how a woman can be her own hero. This book has it in spades.

    • Really goodIf you like zombie books, this is the one for you. One woman and her child battle through armies of zombies to reach a safe haven. Great characters and gory story, but very good.

    • Loved this book! This story is about a young woman alone with her baby at the beginning of the zombie apocalypse. Follow her as she seeks to get them both to safety.

    • This is a fantastic book that I enjoyed reading very much. It is very well written and I loved the characters.

    • Awesome!!!A woman and her 2 year old fighting to safety in the zombie apocalypse!!! It was exciting from the beginning and kept you coming back for more! I read it too fast!

    • Liv is in her car with her 18 month-old daughter Ellie when the world falls apart. Liv heard the disturbing news of riots on the radio and saw it on TV, but never expected it to be this bad. When the infected are closing in fast, Liv has no other choice but to flee from her car with Ellie. She has to find a safe place and she has to find it fast. Her husband went to work, but Liv has no way of getting to him since he works in the city. The city is filled with infected and Liv not only has to mak [...]

    • “Devour” by R. L. Blalock is the second of the “Death & Decay” Series, a book you’ll love having in your hands. The “zombie” genre is highly crowded and in consequence, very difficult to find a good book.This plot tells us about a pure survivor, Liv, who runs through a terrible battle so save her baby’s life. Races, fights, lots of blood with the objective of getting to a “safe” farm. The story starts with a very quick scene which turns into a flashback to locate the read [...]

    • Devour is one of the books that sparks imagination and reality on the fabulous topic, Zombies. As a teenager I used to be obsessed with zombies and wanted to use the word anywhere and on anyone but I never got the opportunity. Now my curiosity is fulfilled. As the main character Liv drives towards the highway with her baby Elli, panic breaks out as zombies begin to emerge and infect the public. Liv and Elli’s struggle to find Collin, Liv’s sweet love and Elli’s dad, lead them to seek shelt [...]

    • R.L. Blalock’s Devour (Death & Decay) (Volume 1) is the third zombie/survivalist book I’ve read this week. Zombie stories tend to hit two of my soft spots: bio-thrillers and gritty horror. One of the fun aspects of reading three in a row is that I get to do the compare-and-contrast thing. For instance, the two earlier this week ended up being a two-star and a three-star, while this is a four-star. One of the biggest differences is the characters. I got tense when the characters were thre [...]

    • I purchased this series after reading The Darkest Days, the short story that accompanies the Death & Decay series. While I was a bit disappointed that I didn't witness Officer Wyatt Ward from the short story connect with Liv and Elli, I very much enjoyed bearing witness to Liv's strength and determination to save herself and her 18-month-old daughter.This first novel of the series is action-packed from beginning to end with relatable characters, especially Liv. She's a mother and wife doing [...]

    • Great bookThis book has it all! Zombies,action, one woman with her baby trys to make it somewhere safe on her own. Liv goes through alot of turmoil with the zombie apocalypse breathing down her neck all she wants is to get herself and her baby girl to a safe placed hopes her husband colin is alive and well and she hopes to met up with himis book has everything you find yourself rooting for liv and her baby elli.will they make it to a safe place? If your into zombie books this one is awesome!!!

    • I don't usually read Zombie books (although I love The Walking Dead television series), but Devour's description and cover captured my attention. I'm glad I bought the book. A solid plot with believable characters complemented the fast-pace the story kept. I look forward to the next book in the series.

    • Read It in One SittingWell developed characters and an interesting storyline kept my interest peaked. I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the other books in the series.

    • One of the best zombie books I've read. Has a strong lead female character that has to journey through the apocalypse with her child in tow. This is a must read new series.

    • The beginning lines of this story will devour you sucks you right in. This story starts 5 days before zombies start taking over. There have been riots all over the city. Liv is on her way home with her young daughter, Ellie, when traffic just stops. Then all hell breaks loose. She finds herself right in the middle of a zombie uprising. She takes off on the fight of her life. She finds quickly that communications are starting to go down and things are getting crazier by the minute. The story walk [...]

    • I really enjoyed this book which I got from InstaFreebie. The start was excellent, dragging me into the story without delay. I really loved the characters, the fast pace, and most of all, the non-stop action. As a lover of zombie books, this one definitely rates up there with some of my favorites and I'd love to read the next installment.

    • A dark and scary world I don't want to live in. I got to where I would hesitate to pick up the book because it would be taking me to a place I didn't want to go.

    • Not particularly biased because I love the writer anyway but certainly one of the better books I have read this year that I flew through lovingly and without the desire to put it immediately down [even for food breaks].Zombie fiction can be a bloody hard to pull off these days with a lot of claims that anything most recently coming out is too much like the Walking Dead, which doesn't mean you can write something brilliant and toss it out there, which is exactly what Blalock has done for her audi [...]

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