Author: Jennifer Malone Wright
Pub. Date: 03/12/2013
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
***Mature audience ONLY. This series includes graphic language and violence.***
****This book is NOT intended for a young adult audience****
Chemical Warfare has turned most of the world’s population into flesh eating Zombies. These are the accounts of two survivors.
Kylee and Jade are on their way from one author convention to another. After saying goodbye to all their friends, they never dreamed the plane would land with them fighting for their lives.
Jade Warwick has been preparing for the end of the world for years, but she never thought the world would end with zombies. The only thing salvaging her almost lost sanity is the fact that she is with her best friend, Kylee.
With their first mission being to find their families, will the girls manage to save their families while trying to save each other?
***Once Upon A Zombie Apocalypse or (OUAZA) as the fans call it, is a short story episodic saga written by K.B. Miller and Jennifer Malone Wright. The first episode is from both Jade and Kylee's perspective and is two separate novella's. The same story, but from two different characters. It is done this way with the first episode only, so that you can meet our girls and really get to know and love them like we do.Each following episode is written solely by one of the authors and available through their links.
Novella 1. KB. Miller and Jennifer Malone Wright
Novella 2. Jennifer Malone Wright
Novella 3. K.B. Miller
Novella 4. Jennifer Malone Wright
Novella 5. K.B Miller
and so on...
Well this was the first Zombie book I have read in quite a few years. And all thou there was, as the synopsis says, graphic language, and violence*** yea there was. But what can you expect it is about ZOMBIE'S! Right?
Seriously, Author Jennifer Malone Wright has an whack out of this world, wonderful way with her writing that keeps you screaming.... "NO!! Look out behind you... No No No!!!" I enjoyed for the most part the gore and may hem. The twists and turns, the running and hiding, the mystery as to who is or might be or want to be in this fifty page turner was far out.
I love the cover.
The Title is catchy.
She kept to the story line.
The characters were great.
The only couple of things that did not (in my opinion) rank it, over the top. Was the foul language and in some places the plot did seem to drag just a little. But remember it is only 50 pages so in those regards I would only recommend (and there again) as in the synopsis, Only Mature Readers.
So for the Breath of Life Rating, I am going to give this book:
Four Clock Rating:
Disclosure: I did received the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and review. Opinions are my own and yours may differ.
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