Cassie is a typical teenager. She’s crushing on a boy and trying to make it through high school. It’s a typical day of classes when all hell breaks loose. Forced to run and hide the situation just keeps getting worse. She makes a mistake and soon becomes infected. She meets others like her and together they sent out to find a cure. Is their fate already sealed? Can they find a cure before it’s too late? See what happens through the eyes of the infected when Cassie tells you how Zombies are people too.
When I read the prologue I honestly thought I wasn't going to like this book. I was wrong—I did end up liking it. Zombified is a novella, and a very quick read. You won't want to put it down until the end. I read it in a matter of a couple of hours.
The story is told from the main character's (Cassie's) point of view. Cassie manages to get herself bitten during a zombie attack at her high school. The story follows Cassie throughout her “turn” into a zombie. I think this is the part of the story I like most. Usually zombie-type stories are about the people who are running from the zombies.
I found this story entertaining with likable characters. The only thing that I would suggest is for the author to trash the prologue. A prologue sets the tone of the story to be told and I don't think the prologue of this book adds to the story, if anything is detracts from it.
*This book was received for free in exchange for an honest review from LibraryThing's member giveaway*
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