The title says it all. This is a page where you can share books that you loved (or hated).
The best review (in my opinion) would be a little description of what the book is about (don't spoil it!), a reason why you liked it, and the author. Not just: This was a good book. You should read it. It was good.
Virals by Kathy ReichsEditVictoria "Tory" Brennan, neice of the reknowned forsenic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (from the Bones novels and tv show) lives on a secluded island off the coast of South Carolina, with her friends, Ben, Shelton and Hiram.
When the group discovers and rescues a dog quarantined for medical testing, they are exposed to an experimental strain of canine parvovirus, and it changes their lives forever.
They discover that they now have heightened senses and animal-quick reflexes, they have to use their scientific curiosity, and new abilities, to solve a cold-case murder, that has suddenly become very hot- if they can stay alive long enough to catch the killers scent.
Now they are more than friends.
They are a pack.
They are Virals.
This is an amazing book. I have only finished about half of it, but the first few chapters are amazing. It's very realistic despite the topic, and there's a bit of teen drama for those of you who like that stuff, but it's mostly very sciency, and it's very neat and intruiging- it didn't want to put it down!
I would reccomend this book to anyone over the age of 10. It does have swears in it, and I'm sure it'll get more mature as I read more. I will update this when I finish the book!
This is also the best book in the universe just to let you know. :P