Survivor Song

About the Author: Paul Tremblay is very truthful and declarative in his bios He once gained three inches of height in a single twelve hour period, and he does not have a uvula His second toe is longer than his big toe, and yes, on both feet He has a master s degree in mathematics, teaches AP Calculus, and once made twenty seven three pointers in a row He enjoys reading The Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher aloud in a faux British accent to his two children He is also reading this bio aloud, now, with the same accent He lives outside of Boston, Massachusetts and he is represented by Stephen Barbara, InkWell Management.

[Ebook] Survivor Song By Paul Tremblay –
  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Survivor Song
  • Paul Tremblay
  • English
  • 10 May 2017
  • 9780062679161

Survivor SongA Riveting Novel Of Suspense And Terror From The Bram Stoker Award Winning Author Of The Cabin At The End Of The World And A Head Full Of GhostsIn A Matter Of Weeks, Massachusetts Has Been Overrun By An Insidious Rabies Like Virus That Is Spread By Saliva But Unlike Rabies, The Disease Has A Terrifyingly Short Incubation Period Of An Hour Or Less Those Infected Quickly Lose Their Minds And Are Driven To Bite And Infect As Many Others As They Can Before They Inevitably Succumb Hospitals Are Inundated With The Sick And Dying, And Hysteria Has Taken Hold To Try To Limit Its Spread, The Commonwealth Is Under Quarantine And Curfew But Society Is Breaking Down And The Government S Emergency Protocols Are FalteringDr Ramola Rams Sherman, A Soft Spoken Pediatrician In Her Mid Thirties, Receives A Frantic Phone Call From Natalie, A Friend Who Is Eight Months Pregnant Natalie S Husband Has Been Killed Viciously Attacked By An Infected Neighbor And In A Failed Attempt To Save Him, Natalie, Too, Was Bitten Natalie S Only Chance Of Survival Is To Get To A Hospital As Quickly As Possible To Receive A Rabies Vaccine The Clock Is Ticking For Her And For Her Unborn ChildNatalie S Fight For Life Becomes A Desperate Odyssey As She And Rams Make Their Way Through A Hostile Landscape Filled With Dangers Beyond Their Worst Nightmares Terrifying, Strange, And Sometimes Deadly Challenges That Push Them To The Brink Paul Tremblay Once Again Demonstrates His Mastery In This Chilling And All Too Plausible Novel That Will Leave Readers Racing Through The Pages And Shake Them To Their Core

10 thoughts on “Survivor Song

  1. Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Literary horror is my new love language, and I ll be damned if a novel about a mutated rabies virus didn t make me start salivating See what I did there momjoke

  2. karen says:

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  3. megs_bookrack says:

    New Paul Tremblay

  4. Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror says:

    Beware Paul Tremblay is not interested in writing stories readers can walk away from unscathed Survivor Song will leave emotional trenches in your heart long after you ve finished trying to ugly cry and read at the same time Cemetery Dance review coming soon

  5. FanFiAddict says:

    Rating 9.0 10Full review closer to publication

  6. Sarah Ames-Foley says:

    as someone with a rabies phobia, reading this book will be an extra thrilling experience.

  7. Marissa says:

    eARC provided by Edelweiss This book started out so strong The terror of the virus and the tension throughout the book was great Things started to fall apart about halfway through the book, though.First of all, I m not sure who Tremblay was trying to imitate with his teen characters dialogue, but having worked with teens for over 5 years, I ve never heard a teenager talk the way they did in this book It threw me out of the story every time, which lessened the impact of those characters and their fate Additionally, the book relied too heavily on making movie references A few references would have been fine, but the amount used in this book was overkill view spoiler The end of the book was perhaps the greatest disappointment There is no explanation for how Ramola was able to escape the United States to make it back to the UK Also, no reference is made to the fate of the area in which the virus first appeared did it spread to other states , were they able to knock it down Nothing hide spoiler

  8. Victoria says:

    I think this may be my new favorite Tremblay book I laughed, I became scared, then I was sad This is a story about a disease that is super rabies zombie outbreak not actually a zombie outbreak and two friends trying to get to a doctor for a very pregnant and possibly infected Natalie It s a long arduous journey and you really come to enjoy being there with them I recommend this to all zombie, infectious disease, and baby Yoda lovers out there Thank you Edelweiss for approving this ARC to review.

  9. Sara Guevara says:

    My entire heart was shattered from the beginning Such amazing pacing and direction The side characters met along the way elevated the story creating tension and suspicion It s like somebody paired Jericho and Train to Busan together.

  10. Travis Cole says:

    Can t wait to read this