Wye by Jack Croxall
Wye was a very addictive read. I found myself thinking about the plight of Wye and her companions even when I wasn't reading it. Croxall's vision of a dystopian England-- Dead England as he calls it-- was bleak and chilling, especially as I sat reading it in the warmth, comfort, and safety of my own home.
Wye was a complex character; brave and scared, vulnerable and determined, lonely and profound. She poured her humanity into the pages of her journal and it made for a captivating read.
This is not your typical zombie eat brains apocalyptic thriller, and I'm thankful for that.