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Aug 03, Stacia the club rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I cannot understand what everyone sees in this book.
Books in This Series 3 Books Hide books already in your library 0. You often don’t see that in post-apocalyptic books where people are forced to fend for themselves. It would take a lot of guts and killer instincts to survive an ordeal like this- and we’re reading a story from a Survivors side of things, right?
Then today when I started the audio I accidentally skipped a chapter.
The book started off with a bang! This book exhausted me emotionally and I can honestly say there isn’t a single dull moment within these pages. T I really wanted to like this book. Word choice was simple and at the proverbial sixth-grade level of adult eduction material. It’s not original in the sense that there are zombies and people are fighting to stay alive, as this has been done before, riannon the author does vrater to give it a breath of fresh air by having two females as her protagonists.
I get it in a way. This is the story of two different women, who come from different worlds, who somehow manage to from a bond that runs deeper than blood.
THE FIRST DAYS | Rhiannon Frater
I can’t wait to read the sequel and then the third installment! After Jenni is rescued and she and Katie find a place to hole up for sorld while, she offers herself up to Lesbian Katie.
In particular, Katie chased by zombies down the highway between vehicles full of people who have no idea what’s going on and Jenni standing on her porch watching her family claw at the doors and windows. Amateurish, badly written and repetitive. I had a helluva good time reading it even though at times a few of the characters Jenni and some of the dialogue seriously grated on my nerves. I had comprehension problems with the way Frater described things, but I didn’t expect so much when I realized this book was a self-published deal.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. But…she showed up, and did just that! Through her eyes, the Fort is new again. Execution of the story in general was pretty bad.
Thrown diss by circumstance, Jenni and Katie become a powerful zombie-killing partnership, mowing down zombies as they rescue Jenni’s stepson, Jason, from an infected campground. In Book 1 of a trilogy, Frater offers up a textbook genre zombie story, borrowing a lot from Romero canon who she gives ample homage to and a little from Danny Boyle damn those quick-moving zombies!!
Along the way, the meet some amazing people, all doing what they can to survive. The library had a set of glass double doors with a small foyer between them.
How could you not, when there’s blood and guts flying everywhere? Unfortunately, zs me, the story just didn’t follow up on the promise.
I also want to hire a publicist to help promote the book as wide as possible. Before the sun has set, they have Katie is driving to work one beautiful day when a dead man jumps into her car and tries to eat her. What surprised me the most was a scene near the end of this book. Loved the characters and I’m really worried that some of my favorites will be victims in future books. If you can’t take it, bow out now.
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The First Days
Less than two hours later, they are fleeing for their lives from a zombie horde. Stacia the club.
Jenni- with an ‘i’ is standing on her front porch staring worle “tiny fingers” trying to claw their way out from underneath the front door. They had to keep calm.
The First Days (As the World Dies, #1) by Rhiannon Frater
Old granny zombie comes to mind, still clutching her very much alive cat as it tries to claw its way free from her arms. I felt scared, anxious, nervous, relieved, happy, thrilled, angry, sad, everything. This is the utmost compliment to Frater — I do need to know what happens next and so will you I bet.
Mar 04, Amanda rated it did not like it. No one… except for Rhiannon Frater. Recommended to Eva by: