Kellie's Diary #1
"Surrealistic and haunting, this story gets under the skin like a virulent infection... Jenner's slightly twisted yet subtle narrative as seen through Kellie's innocent eyes is compelling..." - George Wier, Mystery AuthorThis is the first book of the Kellie's Diary series, and it is entirely from... show more
"Surrealistic and haunting, this story gets under the skin like a virulent infection... Jenner's slightly twisted yet subtle narrative as seen through Kellie's innocent eyes is compelling..." - George Wier, Mystery AuthorThis is the first book of the Kellie's Diary series, and it is entirely from the viewpoint of a little girl writing to her diary. You meet Kellie, a bright and inquisitive 9-year-old living the typical suburban life with her family. She goes to school, complains about lunch, and thinks boys are gross. She also writes daily entries into her diary, whom she calls "Barbie." However, her world is turned upside down when a strange illness takes over the city; during a massive outbreak, Kellie finds herself completely alone and stranded at school. She must find her way out and figure out how to get home, braving the dangers of the "monsters" that have taken over... all the while telling "Barbie" what is going on and what she's thinking.
Publish date: March 1st 2013
Publisher: Survive Entertainment
Pages no: 50
Edition language: English
Series: Kellie's Diary (#1)
Kellie's Diary by Thomas Jenner is the first installment of the Kellie's Diary series. We follow Kellie as she tries to survive during the zombie apocalypse.This is a short story written as diary entries by Kellie as she tells her tale. It's very interesting how the author decided to write this stor...
The zombie apocalypse through the eyes of a nine-year-old. I was very intrigued by the idea, but was disappointed because really not much happened. The story is short, but it's pretty predictable and a bit dull with the simplistic, childish writing.Also, I read the "graphic novel", which consisted o...
A zombie apocalypse story written in the view of a 9-year-old caught my attention and I wanted to read it immediately. I didn't mind the journal format it was written in. Although I feel like it would've been more engaging and less boring if it was written in 3rd person or even 1st person without th...
Very good book. The writing style and appearance is very interesting and entertaining.