Life After Death

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Davina Briggs is a 17 year old, facing the Zombie apocalypse. She is well prepared because of her prepper father. But, is she prepared to be alone in the fort. Zombies won't be the only thing Davina confronts. How will she handle seeing humans dwindle to a more animalistic state? Humans will be as deadly as any undead. More
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About Jeffrey Reames

Jeff credits his 11th grade teacher for prompting him to write and have fun with his creative mind.

He credits John Grisham for really introducing him to the "page turner."

So, when he's not chasing after three dogs, a rambunctious six year old, and wife, he attempts to write.

He's ready for others to read and enjoy his varied collection from children's to teen adventure, suspense/thriller, to horror. And, like many authors has pieces of all lengths to enthrall all his readers and hopefully, leave them wanting a bit more!

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Review by: chucklesthescot on Jan. 17, 2016 :
Davina is a smart, sporty seventeen year old whose father is a prepper. He has fortified the garage to use as a safe house should the worst happen and taught his daughter to survive any apocalypse or disaster. So when Davina describes herself to her readers, why on earth would she describe her breast and ass size in her diary? Well seeing a man wrote this as he obviously deemed that to be the most important thing about her. Not impressed by that.

Putting that aside, this was a decent little story. Davina is about to face the zombie apocalypse alone, as her father is away on a business trip and is stranded, trying to find a way back home to her. She follows her father's instructions and moves her things and supplies over to her 'fort' where she prepares to wait it out. However, it is not just zombies that she fears but other people coming to loot her house and endanger her survival. It is written simply, giving you an idea of what it might be like if such an event happened for real.

There were a few minor niggles to this. Firstly it needs to be proofread as the sentence structure breaks down in places and the spelling could be better. Also I think Davina was being a bit picky by leaving food in her house that she doesn't like. She should have moved everything into the fort as she didn't know how long she might need to be there. She complains about being bored so why didn't she move more books and things into the fort when she was getting ready for the move? She seemed to lack a bit of brains there.

Anyway the niggles were minor and it was a decent enough story. I'm not sure that I'll read on with the series though. I'd probably go 2.5 stars on this but I'm rounding it up to 3 as it would be unfair to give it 2 stars.
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