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The Seventh Day

The Seventh Day From the window I can see her She looks like she did yesterday Same Clothes Same Hair But today her face is calm dead calm All their faces are dead calm until one of us makes a noise The noise wakes

  • Title: The Seventh Day
  • Author: A.E. Watson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From the window I can see her She looks like she did yesterday Same Clothes Same Hair But today her face is calm, dead calm All their faces are dead calm until one of us makes a noise The noise wakes them and then it starts Their heads jerk to the right three times rapidly as they stand in the most awkward way That s when we run That s when we hide That s how weFrom the window I can see her She looks like she did yesterday Same Clothes Same Hair But today her face is calm, dead calm All their faces are dead calm until one of us makes a noise The noise wakes them and then it starts Their heads jerk to the right three times rapidly as they stand in the most awkward way That s when we run That s when we hide That s how we stay alive until The Seventh Day

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    1. 5 Biting Stars!This book isn't your typical Zombie apocalypse book. It's so much more! This book takes you on a journey of fear, inner strength, loss, gain, determination, growing up (fast), love of family, friends and a young man (It is YA) with 17 yr. old female Lou.

    2. Lou was a strong character, but I couldn't warm to her enough to love her.This started out pretty good, but I lost interest a bit as the story progressed. This was an okay read overall, though, I prefer the authors other apocalyptic series, Born.

    3. Run. Hide. Be quiet. Pull the trigger.What would you do if you woke up and the world around you has become a living nightmare? Where would you go? How would you survive? Can you make it to the seventh day? 'According to the Bible, it took seven days to create the world. According to the zombie apocalypse I witnessed, it took less to destroy it''The smoke becomes one with the low hanging clouds and it's as if there is no light left in the world. I fear we broke it all, even the light inside of us [...]

    4. 4/5 StarsIt's not often you can find a decent book about the world coming to an end as the world turns on one another i.e. the whole world goes mad via virus and a teenager is able to tell their side of the story well. But this one did. The execution of the storyline and how real it felt to be on Lou's side of things was brilliant. I don't often use this word because I think something must be that good to achieve that sort of description. But this book was able to show me what it was like to be [...]

    5. Thanks to the reviewer!! The" The Seventh Day" book got me hook up and I really loved it. I REALLY look forward to book 2, The Last Hour. I didn't realized it was 2 years ago. I wonder, when will book 2 come out???

    6. This is the first time I have wrote a review and I feel obliged to write it as the current review of 4.11 with 800+ reviews is bullshit. I don't normally read books below a 4.00 unless it's highly recommended and its served me well so far. This book is an ok read, a 3 star rating I would say. The beginning is amazing; its fast, its tense, it's interesting but it seems to just fizzles out after that. There are also far to many coincidences, everything seems to go right for this girl despite lacki [...]

    7. This book grabs you from the first sentence and crashes into the meat of the story right away. Lou is a very relatable and HUMAN protagonist, not to mention believable. Despite knowing guns, she still has trouble killing, for example. And even when she messes up or shows the fact that she's still basically a child, it isn't annoying. The take on Zombies is also highly unique and interesting as well. Probably not realistic or viable, but lets be real, if you love zombie flicks you're not in it fo [...]

    8. This woman is a terrible writer. She doesn't understand a thing about commas or grammar, and her word choices are so clunky that half the time I think she means one thing and then realize later she meant something completely different.I do really like zombie books, and this was about a 2.5 for me. I was going to be generous and give it a 3, but the last 2 chapters were so terrible and boring I went with a 2. They just never ended. I guess she was setting us up for book 2, but as I don't ever pla [...]

    9. I read this very much prepared to hate it for just being a zombie book but that didn't happen at all. It's a nice refreshing different take on zombies. The main character was more relatable to me in her actions and motives more so that a lot of the heroines out there. It wasn't just that she had to save her family or the world but that she had the same doubts and fears and I feel like people would having during something like that, rather than the selfless sacrificing for the whole world type ch [...]

    10. Tara Brown does it again!I don't usually review books unless they suck's just one of my flawslolHowever, I believe that this author deserves all the kudos she gets. This book is one more in a LONG LIST of amazing books she's written.I just want to say thank you Tara for sharing your amazing gift and all of your "worlds" with us. You have a lifetime reader in meAD THE SEVENTH DAY - YOU WON'T REGRET IT. AMAZING BOOK, REALISTIC, RELATABLE CHARACTERS. You are pulled into their lives easily and raven [...]

    11. Interesting read I liked the fact that the zombie cliche was different than others. The manually imputed nanobots could kill someone based on their moral deeds, or just skip over them. After transferring the bots to another host the latter one died. I would recommend this to anyone who liked World War Z, I am Legend, or The Walking Dead. I give it 1 star short of 5 because I felt it had too much emphasis on Louis personal life and feelings, instead of the actual apocalypse. All in all, I enjoyed [...]

    12. Very Nice ReadYou know, I'm 60 years old, been married 37 years and I still don't understand women all that well.And teenage girls? I really have no clue what goes on in their brains. But this very nice book provides a few insights and even includes advice on how to survive an extremely unique zombie apocalypse. Great writing and interesting plot points. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and recommend it.

    13. Boring!The book started out with a lot of potential, but then it took a dive. There was so much unnecessary dialogue that added no value to the story. I found myself skipping through some of the pages, searching for something exciting to happen, but it never reached what I would call a true horror story. I’m glad the book was free.

    14. Chose this book on a whim but was absolutely delighted with it. Couldn't put it down. It gets and holds on to you from the first page. Highly recommendedChose this book on a whim but was absolutely delighted with it. Couldn't put it down. Gets and holds you from the first page. Highly recommend it for all.

    15. Definitely binge worthy I'd give it ten stars if it allowed me too!!! Loved! Loved This zombie apocalypse concept. There were a few problems with spelling but it was easy to correct while you read it. I love the fact that there was a sort of kind of a cure maybe for the infected. Can not wait for the next book! Definitely leaves you wanting more for sure!

    16. I really liked this book and found myself getting really attached to the people in the book. It was well written and really has you hoping for a good ending. No spoilers here lol. It has mystery, with drama, with suspense and even possible romance and some twist and turns. Really good book. Quite different from most of the zombie books i have read.

    17. Good readStory is engaging and well written. Plot was a new take on the Zombie Apocalypse. I liked that there is a back story for the infection and not just a drop in your lap here it is story line. Has the tween romance yet even that was secondary and not over done. Look forward to discovering more of her books.

    18. Pretty good takeI've been obsessed with zombies since forever. This book takes a totally different take on the whole phenomenon and I like it I won't give it 5 stars because it's a little too psyfy-ish but overall a good read

    19. The Seventh Day was an easy read. It was entertaining and had unexpected twists and turns. Not a typical "z apoc book."Easy read. Entertaining. Unexpected twists and turns. Not your typical "z apoc story". The Seventh Day leaves the reader thirsty for more.

    20. Certainly a page turnerIt's much more intriguing than a zombie apocalypse. Although somewhat similar to other stories, this one seems more believable and realistic. Anxiously awaiting the next book.

    21. I am not a zombie apocalypse genre fan. I have this book a shot based on the summary. The writing was good but I found it a bit too depressing. I borrowed this book from the Digital Library as a Prime subscriber. I will not be reading the sequels

    22. Very Intense but satisfyingThis book reminds me a little of every zombie story I have ever heard or saw. It is great to be able to imagine everything that is going on and experience it with the characters

    23. Looking for something different to read? A book that'll make your heart pound and curiosity soar while throwing in a dash of romance into the mix? Then one click The Seventh Day!In this dystopian fiction novel you read about a young girl burdened with taking care of her younger sister and two friends during a chemical warfare attack that her own father accidentally help make. Sounds almost too bizarre right? Watson doesn't let it get too far fetched so no worries. She keeps her characters real w [...]

    24. Excellent book, Read this in one day. Can't wait to read the next one. Will try other books by this author. Really a good read.

    25. Not what I expectedThis book was not what expected. But I did enjoy it. I usually do not read books about the undead but this one was fairly original.

    26. Good YAGood read, particularly for YA. Easy to read and interesting take on a zombie Apocalypse. Interested in the follow up.

    27. Eh, was ok. It was so-so. I don’t mind that I read it but I was anxious for it to be done. Won’t be reading the next one.

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