End Dayz by Kellie Sheridan – Review

Dystopian

End Dayz

By Kellie Sheridan

Expected Publication: January 2013

Length: 36 pages

ISBN:B00AX2BICY

Series:  Mortality  Prequel / Hitchhiker Strain 

Publisher: Patchwork Press

Source: Gifted for honest review by Patchwork Press and Netgalley

Genre:  Dystopian 

Read If you liked: The walking dead and Mortality by  Kellie Sheridan

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Synopsis from Goodreads

It’s month after the dead first began to walk. The miracle vaccine that was supposed to save us all has failed.

Now, four teens fight to stay alive as a stronger, smarter breed of zombie begins to appear, threatening to end humanity for good.

Four short stories, 11,000 words total.

Prequel to Mortality (March, 2013).

 
my thoughts

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I read this Novella because a few weeks ago I read Mortality which you can see my review here.   I loved Mortality and End Dayz was a great way to see how the Characters coped in the start of the outbreak as well as how they all ended up together.

End Dayz is made up of four short stories from the Point of Views of The four main characters told in journal and letter formats.  End Dayz is very well written, and again you are able to get inside the heads of the characters and learn more in depth what their personalities and strengths are.

I would highly recommend End Dayz for anyone who enjoys Zombie novels as well as Mortality.

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