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The Last Day in the Life of Jillian (The Last Days) (edition 2013)

by Julie Cooper Brown

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The Last Days.2013 Apocolypse. Jillian and Evan drake have been trying to hold it together while the whole world is falling apart around them. Quakes, Tsunamis and other natural disasters destroy different areas of the globe, but in their part of the world,they have been cursed with the plague of the undead. Evan is injured and its left up to Jillian to decide when to end their lives. She recalls the events leading up to their demise as she waits for the change to take place.This is the first of The Last Days series. Look for Book Two 'Kate's Calling' to follow the story.… (more)
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Title:The Last Day in the Life of Jillian (The Last Days)
Authors:Julie Cooper Brown
Info:Julie Cooper Brown (2013), Edition: 2, Kindle Edition, 63 pages
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A very long suicide note, with zombies.

I enjoyed Jillian's character, and the way the story was related - there were some especially horrific scenes and drama that gave the story some teeth. I felt parts of it were too distanced and dragged on a bit. ( )
  WingedWolf | Aug 13, 2016 |
It’s been a long time since I’ve been truly scared reading a book or, in this case, a story. This one did scare me, caused my heart to beat faster from the suspense of it all, and it continues to. I don’t think I’ve ever read a zombie book or story ever, and this was a great introduction to the genre. Loved the main character. Jillian’s voice carried me throughout, and her neighbors and husband, as well as her descriptions of her sisters, seemed very real. The scenes, conversations, zombie outbreak, all seemed very believable. The storytelling was superbly done, with the side stories (or explanations) giving it a grotesquely genuine spice. Hopefully I’ll have no scary or even strange dreams from this. ( )
  Chancelet | Oct 24, 2013 |
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