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"A man tries to deal with the horror of a zombie outbreak.

"Jerome held his breath, pressing up against the side of the deserted building, praying to whoever or whatever might be listening that he wouldn’t be seen, wouldn’t be heard. Groaning and shuffling reached his ears, heralding the approach of the hordes of undead."
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Published August 29th 2013 by Esther Spurrill Jones
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Chris The Story Reading Ape
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Even though Zombie stories are not my thing, I did find myself enjoying the read throughout this fast paced and well written tale.

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I learned to read when I was four years old, and I began writing soon thereafter. My first story was about a girl and her horse—it was awful, but my parents loved it, which encouraged me to continue. My favourite genres are of the fantastical and magical, where the mundane rules of real life don't apply. ...more

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