When the Infected attacked, something horrific happened to Porschia Grant. Porschia in Frenzy was scary; Porschia with hallucinations is terrifying. There has to be a reason, and there must be a cure for the episodes refusing to release her from their tentacles of insanity.
I have so enjoyed this series by Casey L. Bond, and Frequency didn’t disappoint.
Normally, I have no problem with gross scenes, but the few included in this installment in the Infected and Night-Walkers drama did turn my stomach. They were visually dynamic and gag-inducing.
The characters make this series so awesome. Porschia continues to become stronger and self-assured. She makes a serious discovery, thanks to none other than Roman, and embraces a brighter future. Tage is a great guy. I didn’t start out liking him, but he is a steadfast and true. Someone you want to be in your corner. Bond wove in some surprises with Mercedes and Roman.
I have to admit I was not pleased with how Saul’s story evolved. I commend Bond for once again weaving in a little scriptural reference. Saul, the prophet, believed his actions were the right thing. The same can be said for Bond’s character. He stuck by his beliefs throughout the story. When given the chance to deviate, he didn’t. He accepted his fate.
The theme for this series can be found in Frequency—mankind’s propensity for embracing the dark side and greed will lead to self-destruction. It’s only through cooperative efforts can evil be vanquished. Wow…
Another great book. I can’t wait to read another one by Bond!
(5 Hands=Excellent; 4 Hands=Pretty Good; 3 Hands=Good)
Award-winning author Casey L. Bond resides in Milton, West Virginia with her husband and their two beautiful daughters. When she’s not busy being a domestic goddess and chasing her baby girls, she loves to write young adult and new adult fiction.You can find more information about Bond’s books via the following links: