The Shuffler's Dance

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Jayden Newberry is very creative when she retaliates against her cheating husband. She needs a life-changing event but she isn't expecting it to come in the form of an apocalypse. The wind carries whispers and acidic rain, and it is the end of life as Jayden and her group of survivors know it. The shuffling dead are the immediate threat, unscrupulous humans another. What, not who, created it? More

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About Jackie Mason

Jackie Mason has been a writer for many years. The Shuffler's Dance is the first book in her apocalypse series, and The Time Keeper's Dance, the second. She is currently working on a fantasy/paranormal suspense, due to be published in the fall of 2015. Look for The Bridge at Smashwords and many of your favorite retailers.

When Jackie isn't writing or working part-time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family. She is an avid lover and defender of animals and the environment. She also enjoys watercolor painting and gardening.

Also in Series: The Shufflers

Reviews

Review by: Mark Stewart on June 19, 2015 :
Awesome start to what will be a great novel
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Review by: Rose Hepburn on Oct. 25, 2014 :
loved it a great story and NEARLY believable thankyou
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Review by: Kate Rhoads on Oct. 21, 2014 :
Just finished reading a Zombie e pub book The Shuffler's Dance by Jackie Mason. It had an interesting start but ended unresolved. In the middle it was always jumping from one character to another as the narrator and I (in my obviously stellar mind, grin) couldn't seem to get into any one of the characters. The snippet preview of the author's next book should have been the ending of this one because if it hadn't been attached at the end of this book I would not have wanted to even look for more. Still, there is a spark there and the snippet chapters showed promise.
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