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    The bears were hungry and the panther was pacing her cage. 

    It was supposed to be a fun field trip to the wild animal safari. It became a nightmare of blood.

    The zombie virus spread like wildfire and by noon, they were alone. Safe inside the fences, a group of school kids are the only survivors. Like the animals, they’ve lived their whole lives being cared for and fed, pampered, and loved. Now, they have to learn from each other how to survive, how to hunt, and how to kill.

    Full of love, compassion, betrayals, and vengeance, this post-apocalyptic series is a unique adventure of bonding, friendship, and violence. Don’t threaten the children when the wolves are near.

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    ©2019 David A. Simpson (P)2019 David A. Simpson

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    death by a thousand cuts

    I really like the premise of the story, but as the story went on I found more and more parts of it that annoyed me until it was too much and I stopped the book. Things like animals behaving against their nature, but when the story needs them to they suddenly make a full turnaround and can be like their wildborn brethren, but hey, don't worry they're still the cuddly pets they were before. Making animals that are loners in nature into pack animals. Nutering the rhinoceros, one of the most dangerous and aggressiv animals on the planet, among other things because of their bad eye sight wich makes everything a potential enemy in their eyes. And now we come to the big one, the situation that finally convinced me to stop the story.(spoiler->) How they acted towards Gordon, children aren't that nice, children at that age will kill eatchother for far less than what Gordon did and these are the "feral" children. And after banning him, they didn't even consider that he has nothing left to lose and could try to destroy them, for example by letting in zombies while escaping. No, it was much more important to play-act a "court", something half those kids wouldn't even know what that is instead of trying to defend against last minute sabotage.