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    Hazel is alone in a crowd. No one understands her, not even her father. The only people that ever really understood her were Steve, David and Jane. But they're dead. If they're not dead, they're dying stranded outside the compound. Hazel can't accept the bitter reality of life in the zombie apocalypse, she can't accept that her friends are probably dead. She has to find them.

    All Our Tomorrows is the action packed sequel to What We Left Behind.

    ©2015 Peter Cawdron (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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    • Global
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    • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
    • 07/05/2020

    Edge of your seat action...

    If you've read Peter Cawdron's first story What We Left Behind you will need to pick up this exciting conclusion to this duology!
    Oh and Caitlin Kelly's performance is brilliant!

    • Global
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    • Eric
    • 05/06/2019

    Enjoyed Part 2

    Great story! If you love a good zombie novel, then this is one of the better ones.

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    • April Hudson
    • 21/11/2017

    Not as good as the first

    As much as I enjoyed the first in this series, I thought this book seemed pretty different. The character felt desperate and was a bit annoying.