The First Days: As the World Dies introduced Jenni and Katie and their harrowing journey to the makeshift fort in the Texas Hill Country. Fighting To Survive: As the World Dies continued their story as the two women joined the members of the makeshift fort in Ashley Oaks in the fight for survival against not only zombies, but the evil designs of bandits.
But theirs is not the only tale to be told.
In the second volume of the As the World Dies Untold Tales experience three terrifying tales of those who are forced to face the unrelenting and hungry walking dead.
In a nearby town Ken and Lenore have started their regular routine at Ken's Beauty Salon. A terrible accident brings the undead plague to their front door and soon the best friends are scrambling to escape their overrun town.…
Katarina is just finishing her shift at a roadside café when a badly injured man stumbles through the front door. She quickly realizes that to survive she must learn to kill.…
And finally, a trapped family must face the fearsome truth that sometimes zombies are not the worst monster they have to fear as the world dies….
©2012 Lyssa-Noel Rhiannon Frater (P)2013 Lyssa-Noel Rhiannon Frater
This volume is comprised of three separate stories of survivors during the zombie apocalypse. Katarina, a waitress forced into the apocalypse when a dying man comes through the café door. Ken and Lenore, stylists at the local beauty salon who are introduced to the apocalypse via a car accident at their front door. And a family trapped in their home who realize that the zombies are not the only danger facing them. Semi-interesting without much character background. A decent listen, but not much new here. Three.point.five for the effort.
Definitely!! This is just what I wanted - to hear these untold stories of my fave characters!!! Just the right amount of humour too - excellent
I laughed so many times, and got nervous even though I knew Lenore and Ken survived....
READ IT.... I'm so glad I found this author, and that she wrote these untold stories - just amazing.
The story over all was very good
Did not like her doing this story at all. It seems like she had a hard time trying to get the voice and feel of the African American female and the mother in the story. had a hard time getting in sync with those characters because of the narrator.
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