Synopses & Reviews
The world is Cassie Fremonts playground. Her face is on the cover of every newspaper, she has no homework, no curfew, and no credit limit, and she spends her days traveling the country with her friends, including a boy who would flirt with death just to turn her head. Life is just about perfect—except that those newspaper headlines are about her bludgeoning her crush to death with a paintball gun, she has to fight ravenous walking corpses every time she steps outside, and one of her friends is still missing, trapped somewhere in the distant, practically impassable wreckage of Manhattan. Still, Cassies an optimist. More prone to hysterical laughter than hysterical tears, shed rather fight a corpse than be one, and she wont leave a friend stranded when she can simply take her road trip to impossible new places to find her, even if getting there means admitting to that boy that she might just love him, too. Skillfully blending effective horror with unexpected humor, this diary-format novel is a fast-paced and heartwarming read.
"Heartbreak, humor, a very large number of crushed skulls and even romance ensue . . . . Readers who dont mind a little brain spatter on the windshield will be happy they took this particular trip." —Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
F. J. R. Titchenell is the author of several young adult, fantasy, sci-fi, and horror short stories. She lives in San Gabriel, California.