***Review From Jessica For The Nerd Girl Page***
Disclaimer: I was given a free ecopy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
As soon as you start reading this novella, you are thrown into action. The main character, Brenda, is startled awake by a young, terrified girl and it all goes down hill from there. They are in the middle of the ocean, on a cruise ship, surrounded by the living dead. Pretty exciting and terrifying, right? I thought so! The storyline is easy to follow and the author describes the ensuing chaos pretty well, making it easy to picture what’s going on. At times the story felt a little cliché, but not overly so. I enjoyed the references to the Titantic and the main characters drive to keep this little girl safe. There were a few minor editing mistakes, but not enough to make me want to stop reading. The ending was a twist I honestly didn’t expect but it did leave me desiring a different outcome. Overall it was a quick, easy read and I would recommend this to someone who enjoys reading about zombies and is looking for a light read.
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