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The First Days by Rhiannon Frater
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Oct 24, 2012

it was amazing
Read in March, 2011

This is one of the best books i have read so far. This book does a really good job on explaining the background of how the place they use to be in has turn into disaster. This book may sound like the rest of them in some of the chapters, but the reality is that to me this book is like no other. The book involves blood splaters, terror, comedy, and most of all love, the disaster of losing love ones and the person you really love.

During the beginning of the book a Jenni is a mom that watches her not even one year old baby being eaten by her husban. Jenni was the class of women that didn't stand up to herself and was always abused by her husband. For Jenni losing all of her loves ones and watching people get eaten was one of he worst dissaster she would never forget. Luckly Jenni met Katie;Katie is not exactly what we expect every women to be like.

Towards the middle of the book Jenni remembers that she has a step son that went to a camp and they go to rescue him. When they get there they realize that all of the kids on the school trip were gone or dead. Rescuing her step-son from the disaster at the camp they head to back to the house of two lovely old couple who just want to help them. Unfortunately, the poor old lady looses her husban.

During the end of the book we have seen that Jenni has transformed from an innocent women to a killing machine. SShe gets jelous when Katie meets a guy even though she doesn't like guys! T Jenni later admits that her feeling for Jenni changed form friend to someone she loved and didn't want to lose. Finally, they stay with the group of people they found earlier and i guest they just have to deal with the problem everytime it comes araound.

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