- Encinitas, CA, USA
- member since June 18, 2009
morgan’s last login was Monday, September 10, 2012.
I read it last summer actually...I couldn't put it down b/c I was so hooked on it and horrified at the same time, then the ending just KILLED ME!! I was sitting on the deck when I finished and all I could say was "are you f#*$ing kidding me?!?!"
Just got a few suggestions from Real Simple so I'm going to add them to my list to read.
Also got the book club girls interested in this site. :)
I REALLY liked it.. Its very sci-fi and its about a "strain" of disease that turns people into vampires (or that's what they called them in the book). It was very intense! The chapters are set up in sections that each are a different following a different storyline. It switches sections in each chapter. Each section left you on cliffhangers so I always wanted to keep reading to find out what was going to happen. I enjoyed it...so if you like sci-fi type books I think you will too! If you decide to read it, let me know what you think.
I did! It was one of my favorite shows...did you see the one where he visited the Navajo reservation? It made me cry, it just broke my heart...why did they take that off of the air??
This book is very similar to it, the author is in Maine right now, and works with a girl at a Maid service who only eats a 1/2 bag of Doritos A DAY! And she can't afford to buy a drink to go with it so the author buys one for her. Unreal.
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