Yes it’s huge – over 700 absolutely beautifully written pages huge! I don’t generally go for the ‘undead’ genre but this one cannot be ignored. A security error sets an unprecedented military experiment on the world. We brought it upon ourselves. We created the virus and the zombies it spawned. We created Amy, too, but we don’t know what she will do. Humans are doomed – or are they? Will Amy be the answer to the end of the horror? And how can she end it? She’s only one little girl. This is an amazing book. I don’t care what you generally like to read. It’s addictive and you immediately forget how heavy it felt when you first picked it up.
Alison Singh Gee discusses and signs Where the Peacocks Sing
02/21/2013 7:00 pm
695 E. Colorado Blvd
Say you're a glamorous magazine writer with a serious Jimmy Choo habit, a weakness for five-star Balinese resorts, and a reputation for dating highborn British men. Then one day you find you're swooning over a most unlikely suitor, an Indian journalist who turns out to be a prince (of sorts), but whose family palace is falling to pieces, and whose intimidating mother, upon meeting you for the first time, examines your hair for dandruff. Would you run for the hills? Or would you soldier on for the sake of the man who just might be your soul mate?