So I have this problem; well some would say it’s a problem, some would say it’s ADD, but I say that it is just a way of life. I have a tendency to read more than one book at a time. Not like one in each hand, but at any given time I rest my bookmark(s) in at least 2 different books. At the moment I have been so busy that reading has taken a back burner, but this didn’t stop me from starting a few books over the past month that I just haven’t finished. So, for your amusement, here is a summary of all five books I am reading told as if they were all one.
In the land of Oz, a young girl is born different. Not only is her skin green, but as she gets older her family begins to realize that something is not quite right in her head. Or is it something more? As her fits of hysteria that parallel a text book demonic possession get worse, her younger sister becomes worried and is ends up feeling the backlash. In order to escape the situation, the girls’ father tells the youngest that the world has come to an end and they must leave to go live in the woods together. While her father is lying when he takes her, it turns out that a virus quickly spreads across the world causing anyone infected to become extremely fast, hard to kill, violent, and ready to bite you in a split second. The only two who can save the world are a special forces soldier and a lesbian homicide detective from L.A.
If any of this sounds interesting to you, you can pick up one or more of the following:
Wicked by Gregory Maguire
A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul G. Tremblay
Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller
Remaining by D.J. Molles
Liberty Square by Katherine