Diary of Infection: The Turning

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
The z bomb turned the world upside down. Now, Stuart, living on his own makes the ultimate mistake and pays for it. Follow his daily diary and see how he deals with facing his death and rebirth. Also look out for the next book in the series, Diary of Infection: A New Life
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About Bridget Squires

I am a 27 year old single mom. I love writing and it is my ultimate passion. I love anything zombie and write mostly zombie novels as well. Please rate my stories and let me know what you think! This helps me to become a better writer and improve my skills! Feel free to contact me on facebook or Myspace. I love meeting new people.

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Review by: Ray Daley on July 31, 2012 : (no rating)
any chance of you fixing the info mettags on all 3 of these so they don't show up with terrible tmp filenames on the Kindle?
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Review by: AJ Brown on March 11, 2011 :
You have to like zombies to write about zombies and it appears you really like them.

Often writers overdo stories, put stuff in there that isn't needed or gives entirely too many descriptions that take a reader from the story. This is NOT the case here. This was an easy read, engaging from the beginning with just enough details to keep me reading.

The one thing I really liked is the touch of foreshadowing with the dream of him eating the little girl and then delivering the goods on the foreshadowing by having him do just what he dreamed. As a writer, that is what you want to do.

Though the use of journal entries to tell stories has been done to death, it worked with this one.

There were a couple of typos in the story, but it wasn't distracting at all.

Thank you for the read. Now to read the second installment.
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Review by: Love Frances X on Dec. 30, 2010 :
I was seriously let down this was NOT a book! I read all 3 parts without pause! It was an awesome story. Your typical Z-Bee story BUT I loved how the Z-Bee still had his "human" brain/thoughts while his body did the Z-Bee thing.
I also loved how the Z-Bee's had their own way of living and communicating, feelings they expressed, ect.
Seriously, I am new to the Z-Bee genre (a vampire lover looking for a few cool Z-Bee tales led me to this short story) & am stoked I found this story.
I also enjoyed how the transformation was not immediate, the person knew what was happening and had to ponder their fate and decide if they had the ballz to kill themselves or turn into a flesh eater or not.
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Review by: Bob Down on Dec. 24, 2010 :
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