Zombie Island

| Book One of the Zombie Series | cover by live4music | trailer by ombredelemort | Completed | When a deadly disease sweeps through the world, Ebony Jay’s father doesn’t think twice in sending his unwilling teenage daughter on a flight away from the zombies. Ebony wakes one day to find herself lying on the beach of a small island off the map, completely abandoned and alone. Of course, she’s been raised to survive anything, so she easily sets up a camp on the island, convinced that her father will come back to her. Everything is going fine until she discovers zombies living on her island—and they don’t want to talk it out. Does Ebony have the strength to not only survive the attacks, but keep herself mentally intact when she’s abandoned on an island with flesh eating monsters? Riley O’Hara watched his parents die firsthand—he had to put a bullet through their heads when they attacked him. Grabbing an old pickup, he took off with his brother, Greyson, armed with weapons and extra food. Picking up people on the way, Riley is sure that he and his group of survivors are the only ones left. Hitting the road with his new found friends, Evangeline, Neo, Marlowe, Luca, and Valentina, they spend months fighting off the increasingly strong zombies. Just when they’ve decided that they’re last, that everyone else has to be dead, a mysterious distress call comes over the radio—there’s another survivor. Alone. Alive. And a girl? Will Riley risk the lives of his group to go find this girl, or will he take his chances back in the states? Welcome to the apocalypse. This vacation just turned deadly. (NOTE: This was one of the first stories I ever wrote, so it certainly isn't award winning. Just try to remember that this was written by a 14-year-old girl who was just giving it a shot.) Action #133 Adventure #214
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If she gets off the island she better take Poco with her and make sure he doesn't die!!!
I think it's a big deal idek why but horrible grammar in stories makes me stop reading it no lie
Well,  technically it's more like "not much". Small would be "pequeño".. but other than that I love your story so far :)
I love this story! It's actually a really good zombie story. I'm writing a zombie story right now too. It's not all that good though.
No offence I started not to read your story because of the poorly written authors note. Though I decided to give it a chance because I love zombies.
So glad the author didn't use Mah instead of my this book would have been terrible before it started.

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