Friday, September 17, 2010

Friday Finds!

Friday Finds is hosted by Should Be Reading.

My find today is All Of Yesterday's Tomorrows by Corey Cotta:

It was supposed to be a relaxing vacation. Even though he can’t spend time in the warm waters of Belize, policeman Conrad Bishop is happy to spend time with his girlfriend, Amber, at a private beachfront home in Nantucket. After a tranquil evening walking the beach, Conrad wakes at 3:00 AM, turns on the television, and hears a disturbing news report about a deadly influenza plague—the direct result of a terrorist attack on the United States.

Rushing into his bedroom, he finds his girlfriend unconscious and suffering from a high fever. When he tries to take her to the hospital, the town is in a panic. Cars clog the road, and he’s forced to return to the beach house. Amber never regains consciousness, and by that evening, she is dead.

Grief stricken, Bishop is suddenly thrust into a world that changes by the minute. Terrorists attack every major city in the United States with car bombs and invade American embassies overseas. With a small group of survivors, Conrad struggles to stay alive. His fight will take him to the very steps of the White House and have him waging a valiant crusade to keep a dying nation alive.

What did YOU find today???


Wall-to-wall books said...

Wow, that book sounds really good, Missy!

Melissa (i swim for oceans) said...

This sounds like such an awesome find! Great job :)

Natalie W said...

This one sounds awesome! I'll definitely be adding it to my list.
Great find, Natalie :0)

Marce said...

Missy that does sound good.

My Friday Finds

audreygeddes said...

This one sounds intriguing - thanks for sharing this! My find this week is a fiction book called, "A Wind In Montana," by Mitch Davies. It's about a young man and woman who are pressured on every side and must choose to make the right decision, which will affect their future. It really was a great story that kept my interest all the way through. I especially think this a good book for teens and young adults and a refreshing move away from all of those vampire stories out there.

Sniffles and Smiles said...

WOW!!! Sounds like a real page turner!!! Thanks for the recommend!!! ~Janine XO


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