Synopsis from Amazon:
When a secret project to create a super-soldier backfires, a virus leads to a plague of vampiric revenants that wipes out most of the population. One of the few bands of survivors is the Colony, a FEMA-established island of safety bunkered behind massive banks of lights that repel the virals, or dracs—but a small group realizes that the aging technological defenses will soon fail. When members of the Colony find a young girl, Amy, living outside their enclave, they realize that Amy shares the virals' agelessness, but not the virals' mindless hunger, and they embark on a search to find answers to her condition.
I bought this book from Amazon. After all of the buzz surrounding this book a couple months ago, I was really excited to read it. While I didn't think that it quite lived up to all the hype, I did enjoy it. It was really well written. There were some parts where some things that were not explained very well and I was confused for a bit, but most of them eventually resolved themselves. This is a big book, but it went really fast because the story was so engaging. It kept my attention most of the time, and I didn't want to stop reading. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it to others.