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Phase Two (Territory of the Dead, #2) The Nightmare Is Just Beginning Eighteen Year Old Tabitha Alexander Is Struggling To Adapt To The New World She S Living In The Zombies Are Everywhere, And Nothing Living Is Safe From Them They Exist For Only One Purpose To Consume Those Still Left Alive They Find Safety In Kellan S Home, Or So They Believe The Secrets Are Mounting, Though, And Each Day Seems To Reveal Only Questions On A Mission To Seek Answers, They Find Themselves Trapped Deep Within The Louisiana Forests In A Deserted Shack Next To The Bayou, Tabitha Discovers That The Nightmare Is Just Beginning They Haven T Seen The Worst Of The Zombies Apocalypse Not By A Long Shot They Escape, Back To The Safety Of The Compound But It S Only An Illusion Tabitha Quickly Realizes That Zombies Aren T The Only Monsters In The World And Humans Have Just Dropped Even Further On The Food Chain Release Date 4 15 14 Genres Zombies Fiction, YA Romance, Paranormal Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction Word Count 41,000 Make Sure To Check Out The First Book In This Series Phase One Identify Excerpt I Squinted Down The Barrel Of The Rifle As I Held It Tightly In My Sweaty Palms It Seemed Extraordinarily Long To Me, The Weight Heavy In My Stiff Clasp The Afternoon Sun Beat Down On My Head And Shoulders It Was Hell The Stuffed Scarecrow Target Erected Several Feet Away Wavered In The Sunlight Like A Mirage In A Desert The Combination Of Nerves And Heat Was Wearing Me Down I Blinked Rapidly, Trying To Clear My Vision It Didn T Help Any Day Now, Kellan Muttered Impatiently, Standing A Few Feet Away He Was Staring At Me Intensely, But His Eyes And Expression Revealed Nothing Just Line The Sight Up On The Scarecrow And Pull The Trigger Yeah, He Made It Sound So Easy Kellan Was Half The Reason I Was So Nervous And So Hot Something About The Way He Looked At Me Made Me Extremely Flustered Being In His Presence For Three Days Hadn T Helped That Any Okay, I Replied, Feeling Completely Inept And Embarrassed We Were Standing In A Field Next To His Home, Or Compound, As I Liked To Call It He D Brought All Of Us Out The Hour Before To Work On Shooting And Target Practice Everyone Else, Including My Mom, Seemed To Take Right To It I Was The Only One Having Problems Kellan Cleared His Throat Inhaling Deeply, I Pointed The Tip Of The Rifle In The Direction Of The Scarecrow And Squeezed The Trigger My Body Wasn T Expecting The Recoil It Shocked Me Badly, And In Response, I Swung Around In Surprise And So Did The Rifle Horrified Moans And Gasps Filled The Air, At Least From Everyone But Kellan He Muttered A Harsh Expletive As He Shook His Head Exasperatedly I Had To Give Them All Credit, Though Even My Dad Moved Fast In The Face Of Imminent Disaster Kellan Reached Out And Grabbed The Rifle As I Immediately Blushed And Rubbed At My Shoulder It Didn T Really Hurt, But It Gave Me Something To Do Sorry, Everyone, I Finally Choked Out, Completely Mortified As I Looked Down At The Ground Could Anyone Be A Worse Shot Than Me It S Okay, Tabs, Dad Replied, But His Normally Ruddy Complexion Had Paled Considerably He Exchanged A Long Look With My Mom Before Looking Back At Me I M Sure With A Little Practice You Ll Be Shooting Like A Pro It Didn T Escape My Notice That His Reassurances Sounded A Tad Puny I Nodded Weakly In Response.

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  • 149 pages
  • Phase Two (Territory of the Dead, #2)
  • Rose Wynters
  • English
  • 13 February 2017

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10 thoughts on “Phase Two (Territory of the Dead, #2)

  1. says:

    Knowing Rose Wynters books I totally should have seen the curve ball coming, but I didn t Apparently zombies aint the only thing Tabitha needs to worry about now She finds way scarier monsters that are going bump in the night desperately looking for their next meal As it is, Tabitha is starting to get fed up with being pushed around by the men around her, she s starting to become snappy in this book Even though it takes a few chapters she s quickly starting to becomeconfrontational a Knowing Rose Wynter...

  2. says:

    The characters are puzzling and the plot thickens Tabitha is a very shallow character and even when she introspects she still is long winded and seems ignorant I know she is supposed to be naive but really she s not I am interested to find out .

  3. says:

    The reason this one got three stars and not four is purely Tabitha s fault I can only take so much stupid and annoying and naive for so long I guess what makes it worse is that she puts herself on a pedestal and thinks she is so mature and wise, and in reality she is a horrible bumbling moron.

  4. says:

    Don t be afraid of your strengths Use them, develop them, and never rely on others to keep you safe. Kellan Phase Two Evaluate by Rose Wynters picks up three days after the events of the first book of this series Tabitha, her parents, her only surviving neighbor Jayden, her best friend Amanda and her dad, and Sara, the woman they picked up on the side of the road, are all living as comfortably as could be in their situation in the mansion owned by the mysterious Kellan who rescued them from Don t be afraid of your strengths Use them, develop them, and never rely on others to keep you safe. Kellan Phase Two Evaluate by Rose Wynters picks up three days after the events of the first book of this series Tabitha, her parents, her only surviving neighbor Jayden, her best friend Amanda and her dad, and Sara, the woman they picked up on the side of the road, are all living as comfortably as could be in their situation in the mansion owned by the mysterious Kellan who rescued them from a horde of zombies at Tabitha s house In this installment, Kellan is teaching them how to use weapons and survive He takes a raiding party consisting of Tabitha, Jayden, and Amanda s dad back into town for supplies and that s where all the excitement begins in earnestY...

  5. says:

    WOW If Rose Wynters was looking to keep you on your toes then she has certainly done it with this 2nd book of the series.Truth be told I honestly thought that this series was going to be like the T.V program The Walking Dead with a little romance, now I love watching The Walking Dead, but this series by Miss Wynters I m gonna have to do this, so please forgive me lol O M G I just cant get enough Talk about keeping you on your toes and at the edg...

  6. says:

    I was given the opportunity to read this for free in exchange for an honest review from librarything.com.Going into this book, I had not read any of Ms Wynter s work before I was immediately sucked in I like Tabitha, sort of, but sometimes she irritates me, I cannot put my finger on it It could be that she is a typical teenager, sometimes overreacting to things, other times not acting at all I am sure I was the same way at her age, very indecisive abo...

  7. says:

    It s fascinating how a writer can hate her leading lady so much It is the only explanation for why Tabitha is so incredibly stupid She just learned that zombies, aliens, vampires and werewolves are real, and all she can think ab...

  8. says:

    I thought this book was even better than the first one Tabitha is 18, and she had just graduated when the zombies apocalypse starts In book two, she s learning how to cope with all of it, while dealing with her dev...

  9. says:

    While starting to be a little Mary Sue ish, I still enjoyed this novella and wanted to readThe author is gifted at building suspense and tension even if I grow weary of the YA trope of love triangles squares.

  10. says:

    3.5 stars maybe 4 depending on your age Could have used a bitgore and excitement, maybe I m desensitized Entertaining enough to keeps interested in the third book of the series.

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