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Prisoner and Survivor
     

Prisoner and Survivor

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by Brian Kittrell
 
William thought being sentenced to death for killing his wife and her lover was the worst thing that could ever happen to him. That was before the dead rose and sought the flesh of the living to satisfy an unquenchable hunger. He will learn very quickly that escaping from the zombie-infested jail is the easy part; surviving to see the next sunrise is never guaranteed.

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William thought being sentenced to death for killing his wife and her lover was the worst thing that could ever happen to him. That was before the dead rose and sought the flesh of the living to satisfy an unquenchable hunger. He will learn very quickly that escaping from the zombie-infested jail is the easy part; surviving to see the next sunrise is never guaranteed. Along his journey to escape Pittsburgh, he encounters other survivors and finds someone who could unknowingly hold the key to finding a cure for the Revelation virus.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015992700
Publisher:
Late Nite Books
Publication date:
01/12/2013
Series:
The Survivor Chronicles , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
220
Sales rank:
580,268
File size:
632 KB

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Prisoner and Survivor 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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AnastasiaCassella-Young More than 1 year ago
Prisoner and Survivor: William's Story is the third tale of four in the "The Survivor Chronicles" by Brian Kittrell that I have had the pleasure to read. This book tells William Merris's point of view on the events of the biological bomb with the virus Revelation a/k/a Kemper A. The story starts when William escapes from jail before the zombies can turn him. Once he escapes he meets Tiffany and Edgar who travel west with him because Wiliam sees a vision of a girl telling him to go west. Will all of them get to the west where it is safe or will the zombies get them? In reading "Prisoner and Survivor: William's Story" I realized again how much work Mr. Kittrell has put into this series. I love the history that Mr. Kittrell has put in William's character and in fact there were times where I succumbed to the feeling that I was William. I also like how Mr. Kittrell has started to show how all the characters are going to come together. I am impatiently waiting for the last book. 4 Bookmarks Carol Langstroth, Manager and Reviewer Mind Fog Reviews
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SandraHeptinstall More than 1 year ago
Once again the author has managed to capture my attention right from the start. The author's ability of developing characters that are interesting, and with quick shifts of focus, he is able to move the story along to keep readers eager to turn to the next page. With each installment of the series we are introduced to a variety of different characters. What I have enjoyed with this book is that the two main characters are so different from the other characters you will find in the first two books of the series. We are introduced to William who is convicted of murdering his wife and her lover. He is in prison waiting to see if he gets life in prison, or the death penality. He is able to escape when the zombies enter the jail. Then William meets Edgar who had terminal cancer but somehow survived. Together they team up to head west, as William keeps hearing a voice that says go west. This book is so much more than I can tell you in a review. I can only say buy this book for yourself if you want to know the rest of the story. Rated PG for violence