Book Review: Inhuman by Kat Falls

 Inhuman by Kat Falls

Inhuman by Kat Falls

Synopsis:

Never let them tame you.

In the wake of a devastating biological disaster, the United States east of the Mississippi has been abandoned. Now called the Feral Zone, a reference to the virus that turned millions of people into bloodthirsty savages, the entire area is off-limits. The punishment for violating the border is death.

Lane McEvoy can’t imagine why anyone would risk it. She’s grown up in the shadow of the great wall separating east from west, and she’s curious about what’s on the other side – but not that curious. Life in the west is safe and comfortable . . . just how she likes it.

But Lane gets the shock of her life when she learns that someone close to her has crossed into the Feral Zone. And she has little choice but to follow. Lane travels east, completely unprepared for what she finds in the ruins of civilization . . . and afraid to learn whether her humanity will prove her greatest strength or a fatal weakness.

Reviewed by Caitlin DeRoy

1. How would you classify this book? (For example: mystery, romance, graphic novel, etc)

Dystopia and Fantasy

2. What is this book about? (No spoilers here please!)

Lane McEvoy, heads out over the wall that seperates humans from the inhumans to search for her father who holds all the answer to her questions.

3. What convinced you to read this book?

Dystopia case in point.

4. Name one thing you didn’t like about this book. (No spoilers here, either.)

The thinking of the main character didn’t appeal to me.

5. To whom would you recommend this book? Why?

Any person who liked Divergent or Matched. Any distopia fan.

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