Lyhyys on etu ja haitta. Hinta ei kirjalle ole paha. Jan 07, Amanda rated it really liked it.
Really didn't expect the ending to this book, although this has a "Walking Dead" feel to it. I like it I'm going to continue the series. Nov 05, Cheryl rated it really liked it. It has been a while since I read the first in this series, which was a short story, so I read it again to be able to make sense of this second installment. Know what? I thoroughly enjoyed it again! This second installment, which takes place almost a year after the first, was longer than the original, a novella this time, and was available as both a graphic and standard written downloaded book.
Yet again, I've read the graphic version which is written in a diary form by the protagonist of the seri It has been a while since I read the first in this series, which was a short story, so I read it again to be able to make sense of this second installment. Yet again, I've read the graphic version which is written in a diary form by the protagonist of the series.
It makes the story seem all that more real, spelling mistakes and all, as Kelly has just now turned ten and Barbie, her diary, has been with her from the start. It is a character of sorts in itself and I just don't think you would get the full experience and feel if you read it as a standard book.
Broken into short chapters makes it a very quick read with a natural flow about it.
My god, it packs a punch though!! Fear, loneliness, starvation, anxiety, despair, craziness, hurt, apathy and elation It brings out all your emotions, especially when you remind yourself of just how young and alone Kelly is. Just her I know I've downloaded the 3rd in the series, which takes place after another break of time, and I'm scouring my Kindle now for it! An excellent epic, broken down into highly readable, immensely enjoyable chunks. Absolutely amazing Kellie's Diary 2 is such an amazing twist on your zombie apocalypse. Rather then being told through the eyes of an adult or teen, it's told through a ten year old.
A shy ten year who still sees the world as a good, safe space. Kellie is witty for her age. Rather than waiting to die she comes up with a plan and goes for it. To be honest, I would have been petrified as a ten year old in her shoes. And without giving anything away, I absolutely love how this installment ended. I wa Absolutely amazing Kellie's Diary 2 is such an amazing twist on your zombie apocalypse.
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A series of diary entries through the eyes of a little girl as she tries to survive the end of the world. Part 1 of the series. This story is told from the viewpoint of 9-year-old Kellie, a typical third-grade girl living her life as anyone else would, and she shares her daily activities with her diary.
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When the world crumbles and the dead walk, Kellie struggles to survive and find her way home, all the while sharing her tale with her diary. Download: epub mobi Kindle pdf more Online Reader rtf lrf pdb. Price: Free! Add to Library. Create Widget. About Thomas Jenner.
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