Thank you to Del Rey, a Random House Publishing Group, via Netgalley for giving me an Advanced Reader Copy of Alive by Scott Sigler in exchange for an honest review.
Violence, Blood, Murder, Stalking
A teenage girl awakens to find herself trapped in a coffin. She has no idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there. Fighting her way free brings little relief—she discovers only a room lined with caskets and a handful of equally mystified survivors. Beyond their room lies a corridor filled with bones and dust, but no people . . . and no answers.
She knows only one thing about herself—her name, M. Savage, which was engraved on the foot of her coffin—yet she finds herself in charge. She is not the biggest among them, or the boldest, but for some reason the others trust her. Now, if they’re to have any chance, she must get them to trust each other.
Whatever the truth is, she is determined to find it and confront it. If she has to lead, she will make sure they survive. Maybe there’s a way out, a rational explanation, and a fighting chance against the dangers to come. Or maybe a reality they cannot comprehend lies just beyond the next turn.
Publication Date: July 14 2015.
There are spoilers in this review.
I DNF’d Alive at 82%.
What interested me in Alive the first time I came across this novel was the cover. I didn’t think too much of it and then I requested the book. I requested Alive back in ’15 when I first signed up for Netgalley and went a little over board with all the books I had requested. Continue reading