Top positive review
In comparison, the coronavirus is no big deal
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2020
I read this book in a day. It's a great thriller, full of frightening surprises and exciting escapes. The main characters are relatable teens dealing with broken relationships and teenage stuff until a mysterious rain covers the land. The rain is followed by black grass growing incredibly fast all over town (and the world). The grass isn't the worst of it, though, but I won't spoil anything. As the terror increases, so do the mysteries surrounding the three main characters and the sudden changes they are experiencing. It's a combination that makes the book hard to put down. Really fun. Can't wait for the next book in the series.