Vanessa Alone

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
After the zombie infection breaks out in California, Vanessa Lowen and her husband seek refuge inside his father's bomb shelter. They hope to wait out the infection, but with no means of communicating with the outside world, there's no telling if it will ever be safe to come out. And as months of isolation passes them by, their marriage takes a deadly turn. More
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Words: 4,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465885333
About Mortimer Jackson

Mortimer Jackson is a self-published author living in the underbellies of suburban California, where as a novelist he writes in the hopes of one day joining the ranks of the overrated.

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Review by: Joey Jones on Dec. 23, 2011 :
I read this short awhile back and forgot to review. And I didn't realize it was part of a larger story which I have now purchased. If you enjoy post zombie apocalypse stories I would recommend this one.
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Review by: Aaron Majewski on Aug. 15, 2011 :
Vanessa alone is an amazingly good read. It is unfortunately one of those so called 'teaser trailers' which some author's feel is a good way to promote a larger book, rather than strictly a stand alone novel... although it does have a fully rounded plot which builds nicely and ends exactly where it should, preparatory to a second chapter which I will assume is in the full novel :)
This is the well told story of a young woman locked alone in a room with a man she was indifferent too, and because of her imprisonment, comes to be rather more than indifferent to, until he is no longer around.
Despite the fact that it is only the opening part of a larger work, this is very well written, extremely good, and well worth taking a look at. It is in fact so good, I am surprised it didn't receive traditional publication. Which is when all the hyperbole is said and done, perhaps the highest praise you can offer an author!
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