[Reading] ➷ Survivor Song Author Paul Tremblay – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Survivor Song A 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. Debra Debra says:

    Things I have learned while reading this book in no particular order 1 Never leave you door open while bringing in the groceries2 People who force their way into your home are dangerous3 Rabies sucks4 Paul Tremblay has done it againMassachusetts has been overrun by a rabies like virus that affecting both animals and humans alike Its incubation per


  2. karen karen says:

    when is a zombie novel not a zombie novel when paul tremblay s writing it I was kind of joking when I said zombies, but not joking at the same time They re sick people and they turn delusional and violent and they bite, but it s easier to say zombie than a person infected with a super rabies virus and no longer capable of making good decisions with a


  3. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey says:

    I m not sure if I fall under the glutton for punishment umbrella or if I just really enjoy apocalyptic horror, but I have been reading all of the horror books that should make me uncomfortable during a worldwide pandemic If you are the type who won t be able to sleep after reading a book about people getting sick and dying in a widespread manner right now, that s com


  4. Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror 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. Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) says:

    4.0 StarsThis book holds all the trademarks of a classic Paul Tremblay horror novel and fans of his work will not be disappointed Compared to his other horror books, this one most closely follows the narrative structure of Cabin at the End of the World with a similar level of action and suspense Once again Tremblay provides his own literary spin on a classic subgenre of horror In this o


  6. Ron Ron says:

    This is not a fairy tale It is a song The man comes with the sounds of barks and unintelligible sentences crashing through the doorway into the space of Natalie and Paul s home They will fight him to protect one another and their unborn child, but because of the man s size and manic determination, he will win Bite and bite and bite It will become the beginning of an unwanted journey for


  7. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    New Paul Tremblay


  8. Dennis Dennis says:

    Paul Tremblay s back with his darkest book yet Survivor Song takes place in the not so distant future, where ironically, there s a strain of rabies contaminating creating a country wide pandemic in the United States Natalie and her husband Paul are expecting a baby and have to navigate through this unconventional time with Natalie s best friend and doctor, Ramola With this strain of rabies being so contagious


  9. Thomas Wagner Thomas Wagner says:

    I suppose every generation gets the disaster novels it deserves The world slouches into the 2020s, with not only worldwide political turmoil spreading nationalist paranoia, but a sharp increase in the mistrust of science resulting in such disturbing trends as the anti vaccination movement Add the looming threat of coronavirus putting the world on edge and well, I suppose it s no surprise we re seeing a return of the outbreak


  10. Brian Keene Brian Keene says:

    Quite simply, this is Tremblay s best novel yet It s mean and fast, and utterly bleak, and full of equal amounts of heart and heartbreak I loved it.


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