Sadie Walker is Stranded

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Headline, Jan 5, 2012 - Fiction - 262 pages
2 Reviews
Sadie Walker fights for survival as the undead close in... In the months since The Outbreak, Seattle has become a walled citadel - the Infected are kept at bay but the city is rife with kidnappings, religious cults and black-market dealings. And things are about to get much, much worse. A group of frustrated religious fanatics, the 'Repopulationists', destroy part of the wall and zombies swarm the city. Devastated by the brutal kidnapping of her nephew, illustrator Sadie Walker flees Seattle with her best friend Andrea and secures passage on a boat with no destination. The ragtag bunch aboard the ship are thrown ashore by a storm and stumble across what appears to be a thriving survivors camp. The shipwrecked group, relived to find food, shelter and friendship, relax into the rhythm of the community's existence. But then people start to disappear...

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User Review  - titania86 - LibraryThing

A few months ago, the Outbreak happened and the dead rose and started eating the living. Nothing has been the same since. Sadie Walker lives in walled off Seattle and works as an illustrator just like ... Read full review

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User Review  - SilverThistle - LibraryThing

An OK read but not as good as the first one. Not enough zombies and once the romance put in an appearance there wasn't enough of that either. Not fond of the ending either really. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Madeleine Roux received her BA in Creative Writing and Acting from Beloit College in 2008. In the spring of 2009, Madeleine completed an Honors Term at Beloit College, proposing, writing and presenting a full-length historical fiction novel. Shortly after, she began the experimental fiction blog Allison Hewitt Is Trapped. Allison Hewitt Is Trapped quickly spread throughout the blogosphere, bringing a unique serial fiction experience to readers.

Born in Minnesota, she now lives and works in Wisconsin where she enjoys the local beer and preparing for the eventual and inevitable zombie apocalypse.

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