Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Jean Booth - Review All the Books!

As a nurse in the genetics department, Sarah witnessed firsthand the mutation of the AIDS vaccine. The affected patients attacked other people, craving the power of the human brain. The vaccine turned viral, spreading quickly. Sarah was among the few survivors of the initial attack, quickly learning how to defend against the undead horde. Would she make it in time to save those she loved? Even if she did, how would they survive in this horrific new world?

MY REVIEW - Coming after the screaming

It's been six months since the vaccine went bad and introduced zombies into the world. Matt and Sarah have gathered all the survivors they could find, protecting and teaching them how to survive in this post-infected world. They've arranged for one last raid into town to try and survive through the oncoming winter. Trouble is, no one could truly prepare them for what they encounter once they arrive. 
Those remaining on the farm have been trained and organized into a cohesive unit. Would they be strong enough together when it really matters? Would any of them survive the Little Apocalypse on the Prairie?


Supporting her brother during his experimental treatments, Jessica finds herself betrayed by the one person she loves more than anything. Now she's forced to either give up, or find a way to survive with what he's done to her. Craving things she never imagined, her body has transformed into a killing machine, bent on consuming the one thing she can't live without - brains.
After months of killing, Jessica searches for a way to either end her existence or continue on without having to constantly kill others. She hears of a group of survivors and knows this is her chance. Now she'll either live or die. The choice would be Sarah's, the leader of this band of survivors.
Wounded from the fighting, infected blood mixing with hers from the slaughter, Sarah finds herself fighting for her life. Will her boyfriend, Matt, help her end it all, or will she become the monster they've been fighting against and devour all those she'd come to protect?
While watching Sarah struggle with the infection, Matt wonders, "Could I kill the one I love, to survive?"


I read this one first! You can do that though, read these delightfully gory Zombie Tales out of order. It's fun.. All the stories are related in a way, but you don't realize that until later. I enjoyed reading Zombified, I like this author's style a lot. Now to read the first two!

Jean Booth was born in the sweltering Vegas desert. She moved about during her childhood until returning to her roots in Northern Nevada. She's happily married with 9 cats as her children. For the entirety of her adult life, she's worked in healthcare, battling insurances and poor staffing to provide great care to those who need it. Her greatest escapes are the stories found in books and in her head that she's finally decided to share. She can be found at
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for Reviewing Emily! I'm, anxious to see what you think of the whole trilogy! :)