Dead Quarantine

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Dead Quarantine is a fast paced story about two teenagers fighting their way to safety through a zombie apocalypse. It's the first book in a trilogy. More

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Words: 53,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301586240
About A. Rosaria

Alex Rosaria mainly writes horror stories, but also likes to branch out into other genres when his creativity demands it.

He loves the freedom writing gives in creating any story that transforms in his mind, and to share this with anyone willing to read it.

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Website: www.alexrosaria.com
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Reviews

Review by: Monica Fellowes on Aug. 31, 2013 :
There are two main characters in this tale, Ralph and Sarah. Both attend the same high school yet are in different social groups. On the day of the big history test, strange events are afoot, one of which is a serious, mysterious flu that is effecting a huge number of people worldwide. Neither Ralph nor Sarah are effected. This flu turns out to be something more serious as a huge number of people die and become zombies.

Aside from a few typos and grammatical errors, the narrative is crisp, descriptive, and flows extremely well. Conversations and interactions between characters are realistic and add depth.

Unlike other zombie media, it is intriguing how this story focuses primarily on teenagers.

The characters are authentic and interesting. Throughout the adventures and trials of the tale, both characters grow, adding to the depth of the story.

Overall, an enjoyable read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Shannon Walters on Aug. 18, 2013 :
This was a fantastic zombie/apocalypse story. Told from two perspectives, one, a boy who is a bit of a loner the other a popular girl, both are high school seniors. They have similar experiences when their average, normal world is shattered by a flu virus that turns most people into the walking dead. There are some truly heartbreaking moments and a lot of parts that had my heartbeat ramped up and adrenaline pumping! Yes...this has been done over and over but this one is a keeper as it kept me up all night, for I could not put it down...I just had to find out what was around the next turn. It is very exciting and very realistic and the characters are well fleshed out and totally relatable. I believe the ending leaves off in preparation for sequel. At least it better or I shall hunt down the author and beg for more!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: april reynolds on Aug. 15, 2013 :
Great short read about a Flu virus that turns most people into the walking dead. Lots of typos in this book and at some points a bit too much basic information. The story takes on two separate characters at two different places at the same time. One is a boy that has been a bit of a loner his entire life after taking up the friendship of an outsider. The other is a girl that is the Preppy or Yuppy girl and believes shes not that cold until she starts seeing herself in another light. The end of the story leaves a lot of openness for a second book and gives you a snip-it of a secondary character that seems to be coming back into the 2nd book. Given for review, Recommended to ages 12 and up
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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