Mild Spoilers Ahead:
This is a great fun read and it has an almost videogame concept to it. I had a blast throughout the book getting to know the characters and what makes them tick. The character bios help with this to give an idea of the personalities and direction of the story. What is strong in this story is humor and buildup to the confrontation of the villain. The characters is what drives the story forward in an entertaining way. There's some comical moments like when Tara takes some of her school clothes off and pose to the guys, you can hear the saxophone playing in your head. Finally, the story has a positive message which is inspired by the coronavirus pandemic we are all going through. To stay clean, healthy, and socially distanced. Jailon does a great job at building tension and there's a sweet cliffhanger at the end that will leave you begging for more. There is nice character development, for example, Walter starts off scared and reluctant to fight the germs. But after a while he confronts his fear and fights back. This is a great story for young adults and adults looking for a positive message. All the characters are bright colorful and have alot of personality. Toby is full of rage, Tara full of energy, Max is the leader, and Walter the quiet type. I would like to see a flashback or backstory on more of why Toby gets mad at Betsy for every little thing. Did she accidently take something dear to him? If a backstory was illustrated I believe that it could shed more light into Toby's perspective. A hero is only as good as its villain. Other than that, I highly recommend this book if you want a good laugh.
[5 of 5 Stars!]