It started off a day like any other, as these kinds of days always do. Sara, personal trainer, almost makes it to lunch before chaos strikes her upscale gym. Instead of meeting with an afternoon client, she finds herself face-to-face with what she can only describe as rabid cannibals. The whole first floor of the building quickly becomes a bloodbath, and she hides away in her office, hoping this is just a bad dream.
Unfortunately, it's anything but. When silence descends, Sara realizes she's not only trapped in a building with flesh-hungry people, but her one shot at escape, the nearby parking lot, is crawling with them too.
The only upside is that she doesn't have to tackle it alone. Fellow trainer Gary emerges from his hiding place in her moment of despair, and together they try to attain a human's three most basic needs: food, water, and shelter.
But she could have never predicted finding what she'd always taken for granted to be so difficult - or deadly.
Will she make it out alive? Or will she become a meal for whatever's out there?
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GO SARA GO!!!!
Sure, its quick, and entertaining!!!
Sara, she is awesome!
I like Ben, he gives the story life!!
These books would make great mini series material...
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
I like this second story about Sara, even better than the first one! Sara had no idea when she went too work one day, that she would be put right in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, but that's not really something we plan for...lol She has to be brave and resourceful...and when left all alone, she has to plan an escape!!
GREAT LITTLE STORY..i RECOMMEND BOTH PART 1 AND 2!!!
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Not a bad listen but
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Good narrator but perhaps a female narrator would have been more suitable. It's true that it's a third-person narration but from the perspective of a female protagonist.
Not really sure if this is a good book or not because I just listened to one episode. But, generally, there is nothing new here. The usual elements of a zombie-end-of-the-world usual themes. Aparat from calling them cannibals the author did not introduce a novel idea of any sort.
Some disruption between events and the justification of these events takes place here and there.
The main theme is of one survival in a sea of walking deads. The hero is a woman but acts like the usual hero of such a context. Unisex kind of heroes.
The author tried to give her a voice but not sure if he made it.
Not a bad listen, all in all. Might get more interesting in the next episodes.
- Nadia SH