QUARANTINE: THE SAINTS
The craziest thing about 2012’s rash of teens-in-quarantine books was that all of them were good. But as enjoyable as were Emmy Laybourne’s Monument 14 and Dayna Lorentz’s No Safety in Numbers, it was Thomas’ Quarantine: The Loners that blew the doors off the joint with a dirty bomb of sex and violence. . . . With its morally dubious characters, charged sexual content, and double-take violence, this might be the darkest series going. . . . Here’s our demand: deliver the conclusion yesterday.
-- Daniel Kraus