Sister, Maiden, Monster by Lucy A. Snyder–ATLP Book Review
In Sister, Maiden, Monster a new virus tears across the globe–but it’s not COVID. It’s something much worse.
PVG is a virus that has scary symptoms. Patients begin with headaches and nausea that later results in throwing up their own blood. Many of them die. Those that recover are forced to accept their fate: they’ll need to consume either blood or brains from humans to survive.
The story follows three POVs through the timeline of the PVG pandemic. First, there’s Erin, a quiet woman who lives with her boyfriend, goes to work, and doesn’t step outside the Status Quo. Then, there’s Savannah, a sex worker in a brothel who discovers a new turn on: committing brutal murders. Lastly, there’s Mareva, a woman plagued with chronic tumors from childhood who’s desperate to ignore the coming apocalypse.Read More