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Quiver (Volume 1, The Tamsyn Webb Chronicles)

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In Gravesend, the dead walk, and the living huddle behind high walls. For Tamsyn, the end of the world couldn't come sooner. She's hungry and scared. Her homework is due. Even worse, her dad is the teacher.

With only her keen archery skills to keep the zombies at bay, Tamsyn searches the ruins of England for an answer. There's a cure in America, but it might just doom them
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Published December 10th 2012 by Black House Comics
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This review originally appeared on my blog: http://justaguythatlikes2read.blogspo...

QUIVER is a fix-up novel comprising four zombie themed novellas which detail a young woman’s fight for survival in a world long turned dead. Spanning multiple continents and exploring some unique concepts, this globetrotting tour of death places the bow and arrow wielding heroine, Tamsyn Webb, in some dire and utterly enthralling predicaments – some of which more macabre than others, yet all deadly and confrontin
Mark Webb
Jan 14, 2013 Mark Webb rated it really liked it
Quiver by Jason Fischer (subtitled The Tamsyn Webb Chronicles ) is a young adult zombie apocalypse story. Now I've said it in tweet and I'll say it again - from my perspective it seems genetically unlikely that any Webb could be heroic. But it was an intriguing enough concept that I felt compelled to read. Also, I've read and enjoyed some of Fischer's other works (mainly in short stories, although I did recently read and review his novellaAnomaly in the Viral Novella series).

The world is almost
Jason Franks
Feb 13, 2013 Jason Franks rated it it was amazing
Jason Fischer's QUIVER, originally serialized as four novellas, starts out as a familiar zombie survival epic, but very quickly grows into something more akin to a globe-spanning adventure. With each chapter Fischer sends his characters off into unexpected, but completely logical paths without ever losing sight of the core premise.

The reason that the story is able to take so many convincing turns is that the characters drive it there. Fischer's characters are well-realized and fallible. Tamsyn
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Jason Fischer is a writer who lives near Adelaide, South Australia, with his wife and son. He has a passion for godawful puns, and is known to sing karaoke until the small hours.

Jason has won an Aurealis Award and the Writers of the Future Contest, and he has been on shortlists in other awards such as the Ditmars and the Australian Shadows. He is the author of dozens of short stories, with his fir
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