Author: J. Giambrone
Genre: Young Adult, Sci Fi, Action, Thriller
Publisher: Summer Solstice
Publication Date: September 9, 2014
Received: via J. Giambrone
It’s nothing short of the end of the world. Someone has weaponized the broadcast spectrum – gazing upon the transmission is enough to steal your mind. Kaylee Colton faces a technological Armageddon when suburbia shatters into civil war. All alone, and unable to speak, Kaylee will need to fight to survive and transcend her own fears if she is to stand against these enigmatic forces of destruction. Transfixion is an action-laced rush that will burrow straight into your brain…
Transfixion will keep you hooked from the very start. I first thought that this would not be an enjoyable read for me. I don’t do zombies, much, or military books. However, even though Transfixion is a mixture of both -zombies in the loose sense- I could not wait to find out what would happen.
Kaylee has a lot going for her and her mind picks up what others might not. It was a confusing start of the story and I really thought that it was a dream in the beginning because of the book she is reading. But I kept with it and it is no dream. Kaylee has to deal with her mother being gone and her brother turned. No one is there to help her she had to do it on her own. We see her grow as a person, have a breakdown, get turned herself, and come back fighting harder then ever. Kaylee has brain and makes sure to share her ideas. If you are a prepper or maybe think about comspearise you might enjoy this, end of humanity with people fight, book. It did get a little jumbled in places but you can still understand all of it. The end made me laugh out loud. If you want to pre order it from Amazon you can.