Washington born, Sara Cullen (no not those Cullens) at one point had a vampire problem, thanks to a certain book series set near her hometown. Now her biggest problem isn’t the bloodsuckers, it’s the zombies.
The zombie plague swept into and quickly overwhelmed, Sara’s small town of Beaver. Just 3 months after the plague started, Sara and her best friend Jessie Sparks were the only people left in their corner of the state. That is until an attractive stranger wanders into town and everything they knew gets turned upside down.
North of Forks is the 2nd installment in Shana Hammaker’s short thriller series Twelve Terrifying Tales for 2011. The tale started out slightly off putting, as I am not a fan of Twilight in the slightest, but it gets better with some witty dialogue and some fun yet gruesome action scenes. Sara and Jessie are definitely your typical 20-something BFF’s and you can see this very distinctly when the stranger comes to town. North of Forks has quite a few twists and an ending that I was not expecting. Yet another entertaining and very humorous story from the mind of Shana Hammaker.
Espresso rating: Triple