Image of Two Weeks' Notice (Revivalist, Book 2)


Image of Two Weeks' Notice (Revivalist, Book 2)

The second novel in the Revivalist series, Two Weeks’ Notice features an entirely fresh take on zombies. It manages to include pharmaceutical conspiracies, FBI involvement and the dead coming back to life with drugs, while still feeling rooted in reality. Layered characters and well-interspersed action scenes make the story exhilarating and engrossing. Finally, the ending is both a satisfactory conclusion to this book, but also an excellent cliffhanger that will have you impatiently waiting for the next title in the series.

Bryn Davis is a zombie — of sorts. She was killed, then brought back to life with the drug Returné, and now must take doses of the drug daily to ward off decomposition and a second death. Of course, the government has no intention of letting their experiment go public. So when other Returné dependents start going missing, Bryn must figure out if it’s at the hands of the government, Pharmadene (the pharmaceutical company that created Returné), or someone else … before she disappears, too. (ROC, Aug., 320 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leah Hansen