Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Stung by Bethany Wiggins

by Bethany Wiggins [YA Wiggins]

As the world began to break down, as sickness started taking over, injections which contain venom from bees were given to children and teens, to help them. Fiona and her brother were given these injections. But after a while, those who were given the injections turned into violent, mindless beasts, intent on killing everything they saw. A wall was built to keep the beasts out and everyone else protected.

Fiona wakes up in her room, her bed, but there is dust covering everything. Her window is broken and filthy. There are dead leaves and branches on the floor. She has a tattoo on her hand that she does not know where came from. She does not remember anything about the injections or the beasts. But she is normal, and she’s on the wrong side of the wall. This Post-Apocalyptic novel is a Golden Sower Nominee for 2015-2016.

[ official Bethany Wiggins web site ]

Recommended by Marie P.
Bennett Martin Public Library

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