Episodic zombie fiction done right
4.5 out of 5 stars
I don’t really know how to do reviews for episodic fiction like this. Because on one hand, I really like the story so far but on the other I hate that it is so chopped up. Granted Rogers is able to stop the story just at the right part to not leave you totally high and dry, but definitely begging for more. I really wish that this story was done and I could just read all the episodes in one or two parts.
Really Bad Dream (Episode 2) was definitely as good as episode 1. We find more about the “flu” and more about how the survivors are doing. The story continues to pick up speed and intensity as we follow Ella and Shay, Matt and his family, along with Lin.
A quick read, that won’t take you more than an hour to finish, this series just keeps on giving.
Ella and Shay want to leave campus, but first, they have to figure out how to get past the zombies on their dorm floor. Matt’s little brother, Devin, isn’t doing so well at the hospital–and he’s not the only one. Lin knows he can’t stay at the pub, so he devises an escape plan.
Rebecca Rogers expressed her creative side at an early age and hasn’t stopped since. She won’t hesitate to tell you that she lives inside her imagination, and it’s better than reality.
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