Fearless

After a vaccine meant to protect against a biological weapon backfires and turns those who are inoculated with it into zombies, a young woman, having survived the initial outbreak, now runs with a group of others who stick together for safety, not that it does them much good When she picks up a notebook in a grocery store her group is looting, she decides to begin a journAfter a vaccine meant to protect against a biological weapon backfires and turns those who are inoculated with it into zombies, a young woman, having survived the initial outbreak, now runs with a group of others who stick together for safety, not that it does them much good When she picks up a notebook in a grocery store her group is looting, she decides to begin a journal for future generations if there are any.
Fearless After a vaccine meant to protect against a biological weapon backfires and turns those who are inoculated with it into zombies a young woman having survived the initial outbreak now runs with a gro

  • Title: Fearless
  • Author: Patricia Hamill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Fearless”

    1. She's a Fearless Leader!Caution: This review comes from a reader who is not particularly into the zombie genre; I usually read more general SF or Fantasy.Fearless is a cleverly constructed zombie apocalypse novel presented in the form of the journal of one of the few survivors of the disaster.Patricia Hamill's nameless heroine is very well depicted through the first person journal entries, which record the first couple of years after the disaster. She is, if not quite fearless, certainly courage [...]

    2. Fearless by Patricia Hamill is the story of survival during a zombie apocalypse. It is told through the diary of a young woman who narrates the horrors, the successes, the failures, the laughter and the tears of a group of people as they struggle through their daily lives. Interestingly enough, the main character is never named. But for the purpose of this review, I will name her ‘Lady’.‘Lady’ refuses to know the names of those surrounding her. To do so, makes it too personal and thus to [...]

    3. I had my doubts when starting Fearless, not going to lie. I've tried to read some of Hamill's other work but none of it was up my alley. That and coming off the back of Clash of Kings, I felt that any book I read was going to have a pretty hard act to follow. Thankfully, though, I enjoyed Fearless quite well.The story follows a seemingly random person in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. She writes in her journal every couple of days, keeping the reader up to date on what the she and her com [...]

    4. I'll start the review by saying that I received a free copy in exchange for a non-reciprocal, honest review.Wow. That's a good word for this novel.First off, the novel is written entirely in journal (i.e. Dated entries that split off) form, which I love. It streamlines the story without skimping on characterization as the main character (writer of said-journal) chronicles the daily life of surviving a zombie apocalypse. The narrator is unreliable at times, sometimes contradicting herself between [...]

    5. Cute !!Easy to read book with a good story, never found myself skimming. The characters were easy to relate to. Good for a teen, no foul language or other R rated stuff.

    6. Zombies, survival, love and loss. :-)I don't rate my own books, but I must say I enjoyed writing this one, and it cured me of my tendency to run and hide from zombie flicks.

    7. I really enjoyed this book. I'm a fan of the zombie journal/blog style of writing and this book didn't disappoint me.

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