Here's the Goodreads summary:
For Cleo Berry, the people dying of the Spanish Influenza in cities like New York and Philadelphia may as well be in another country--that's how far away they feel from the safety of Portland, Oregon. And then cases start being reported in the Pacific Northwest. Schools, churches, and theaters shut down. The entire city is thrust into survival mode--and into a panic. Headstrong and foolish, seventeen-year-old Cleo is determined to ride out the pandemic in the comfort of her own home, rather than in her quarantined boarding school dorms. But when the Red Cross pleads for volunteers, she can't ignore the call. As Cleo struggles to navigate the world around her, she is surprised by how much she finds herself caring about near-strangers. Strangers like Edmund, a handsome medical student and war vet. Strangers who could be gone tomorrow. And as the bodies begin to pile up, Cleo can't help but wonder: when will her own luck run out?
I really liked the details the author put into the book, because I could see everything in my mind, and I felt like I couldn't really breathe clean air, and I could see the people Cleo was trying to save. I rated it three stars on Goodreads because I felt like the ending could've been a bit stronger. All in all, it was a good book.
Right now, I'm reading Skylark, which is the first book in the Skylark trilogy.
It's pretty good so far, but it's kind of slow. Nicely done with the descriptions though. That's all I have for today!