Prepare for the perfect storm!
If you like:
Zoo by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge or Storm of the Century by Stephen King
Savage by Thomas E. Sniegoski
In Savage, a small New England island is hit by a devastating storm that has a violent effect on its animals. If James Patterson’s Zoo and Stephen King’s Storm of the Century had a creepy, action-packed young adult child, it would be this book. Sidney Moore’s small island community is battening down the hatches for a violent storm that is coming their way, like the citizens of Little Tall Island in Storm of the Century. She is also dealing with a love triangle involving her ex-boyfriend, Cody, and her best friend Rich, who hate each other but are both into her. On top of all that, the storm brings *something* that turns all of the critters on the island, from house pets to insects, into vicious killers, like in Zoo. Sniegoski combines the pulse-pounding animal attack and survival action of Patterson and Ledwidge’s novel/TV show with the costal small-town feel of King’s screenplay/miniseries to create a (really) wild ride you won’t want to miss!