Review : The Forest of Hands and Teeth
The first 100 or so pages were a bit too slow for my taste-And then BAM! the story picked up and it was totally kick-ass!
At the beginning I was just plain pissed at Mary because she seemed selfish and she was totally obsessed with getting to the ocean.It seemed like all she did was whine and she couldn't even make up her mind about Harry and Travis!
But it was her unwavering belief in the ocean that helped her get out of the forest alive.
I liked Travis better than Harry but the romance in this book was one hell of a mess and absolutely frustrating!
The ending was so sad and I felt that ending was a little rushed too.There were a lot of questions that were left unanswered-Hopefully the sequel will be able to fill in the blanks.
Overall it was a good book despite all the flaws,I'd pick up the sequel too but not anytime soon.
Carrie Ryan is the New York Times bestselling author of the critically acclaimed novel set decades after the zombie apocalypse: The Forest of Hands and Teeth.Carrie was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. During her time in high school she was: vice president of her class, a cheerleader, captain of the field hockey team and founder of the girls soccer team (she played on the boys team for a year until the school created the girls team).