Amanda Hocking, as always, did a great job on this book. However, I felt that Remy making it through six months of of experimenting, then escaping the way she did and stitching herself up was stretching reality a bit. Although, I wouldn't call that impossible, it definitely seems like a stretch, but an interesting one for sure. I loved how Hocking showed throughly Remy's travels that it's more than zombies that had to be watched out for.
Although I loved Lazlo in book 1, I ghink Boden made a good love interest in this book. However, the book ended kind of slow and with too many loose strings, so I'm definitely hoping that there's a third book coming soon. There were also a few grammatical errors that the inner Grammar Nazi in me noticed, lol, but overall it was good.