Battered by three devastating hurricanes in a row, the Texas coast is flattened. But for the people of Houston--and soon all of America--the most terrifying events are just beginning. . .
Well first of, I did not know that this is the third book of the series called Dead City. not a bother since this can be a stand alone.
The story started off with the hurricane that destroyed Houston and then two more came that made the streets flooded and everything in ruins. With that said, there was a hopelessness to it. How the heck can people survive here? Not to mention there's that "the government want what is best for the nation" thing. It has a classic build up for a horror novel. Introduce the main players, give the audience a little something about them. name, family history, problems in life and them start off with the first zombie sightings. There are also multiple POVs from the characters which had me both liking and disliking it. I've read a bunch of zombie novels this month and one thing they lack is this. All of them got into the survival mode right away. Nope not this one. Flesh Easters, gave me a chance to get goose bumps and get freightened, not hurried like the other books. I was not thrust into action/adrenaline right away. I love it.