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THE FIRST DAYS: AS THE WORLD DIES introduced Jenni and Katie and their harrowing journey to the makeshift fort in the Texas Hill Country. FIGHTING TO SURVIVE: AS THE WORLD DIES continued their story as the two women joined the members of the makeshift fort in Ashley Oaks in the fight for survival against not only zombies, but the evil designs of bandits.But theirs is not tTHE FIRST DAYS: AS THE WORLD DIES introduced Jenni and Katie and their harrowing journey to the makeshift fort in the Texas Hill Country. FIGHTING TO SURVIVE: AS THE WORLD DIES continued their story as the two women joined the members of the makeshift fort in Ashley Oaks in the fight for survival against not only zombies, but the evil designs of bandits.But theirs is not the only tale to be told.In the second volume of the AS THE WORLD DIES UNTOLD TALES experience three terrifying tales of those who are forced to face the unrelenting and hungry walking dead.In a nearby town Ken and Lenore have started their regular routine at Ken’s Beauty Salon. A terrible accident brings the undead plague to their front door and soon the best friends are scrambling to escape their overrun town…Katarina is just finishing her shift at a roadside café when a badly injured man stumbles through the front door. She quickly realizes that to survive she must learn to kill…And finally, a trapped family must face the fearsome truth that sometimes zombies are not the worst monster they have to fear as the world dies…...

Title : As The World Dies: Untold Tales Volume 2
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ISBN : 13484697
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Number of Pages : 175 Pages
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As The World Dies: Untold Tales Volume 2 Reviews

  • Giselle
    2019-03-27 21:48

    Rhiannon, will you marry me?

  • Amy Fournier
    2019-04-05 15:31

    As with the first volume of Untold Tales this one has three more stories to tell. These ones are just as addictive and interesting as the ones in the first volume, and I couldn't stop reading. Rhiannon has gone so in depth with developing the various characters and it's just amazing. The way she writes, you really feel a connection to each and every one of them.The first story in this volume is Katarina's story which it called Revelation. This was the only one of the stories where the character is not trying to get to Ashley Oaks, but starts out there. Everything starts off pretty normal for her. She is at her job at the cafe, fending off a super creepy dude who is a regular. Normally she wouldn't have to deal with him, but one of the other employees has the day off. She normally will take his orders so Katarina doesn't have to deal with him. I really feel bad for Katarina learning a bit about her life, which I won't go into details. Her day takes a turn when an injured man comes into the cafe. He ends up turning all crazy zombie, and Katarina's survival instincts kick in. She goes all tough chick and it pretty much rocks. She knows she needs to get out of there and go home to find her mother. As she ventures out she sees there are zombies everywhere. Will she be able to make it to safety?The next story is The Unknowns Story called A Terrible Moment. We do find out what the people's names are in the story, but I will leave them out since it is called the unknowns. This one takes place in an orange juice factory. The woman is there with her soon to be ex- husband, his secretary, the plant manager, their twin boys, and baby girl. There are bars on the windows, and they are relatively safe inside. The wife is a bit psycho though and is convinced that her hubs is sleeping with the secretary. I didn't like the wife at all. I thought she was crazy and selfish. She is so wrapped around her feelings that she doesn't even know how neglectful she has been to her kids, and doesn't care about anything but hurting her husband and the secretary. She is awful to be around and honestly I would have friggin drop kicked her in the head rather than listen to her. Her husband and the plant manager are trying to formulate a plan to get out of there and get somewhere a bit safer. Some unfortunate circumstances make the zombie contamination get inside the safety of the factory. This one had me so angry I can't even explain!! Does anyone manage to escape?The final story in the book is Lenore and Ken's story, Friendship in the Time of Zombies. This story is equally scary and touching. Ken and Lenore work together in a beauty shop. Ken actually owns it. The poor guys boyfriend left him to run off with some other guy after Ken had moved out there with him. Lenore and him are really close. They are at work when the zombies invade their town. They manage to hole up in the upstairs for a while, but they know they will have to get out of there somehow. Mr Cloy the man who owns the hardware store next door helps them escape the building. Lenore goes home to find her gram so they can all get away and try to find somewhere safe. They end up taking a neighbors RV and hiding out for a while until the zombies have finally gotten to where they have hidden. Their fight for survival and the lengths they have to go are amazing. I loved getting to know them. I think they are both really fantastic characters and I was gripping my nook hoping for the best for them. I had a tight knot in my stomach at every close call. Do they escape the zombies? I have enjoyed getting to know all of these characters in both this volume and the first one. Now I really have to read the As The World Dies series. I love the depth of the characters and how you notice their stories tying together. This is a must read!

  • Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)
    2019-04-12 17:34

    * I was given a copy of this Book to review from the Author. All opinions are my own and I was not in any way compensated for them.I was so excited to have the opportunity to read this. Let me tell you this book was fantastic! I love how much attention to detail is given to the characters. One of the reasons I tend to shy away from short stories is I'm always left wanting more, but these stories left me feeling satisfied. That of course is not to say I wouldn't read an Untold Tales Vol. 3 or more. In fact I'd be perfectly happy to have more of these books.The First story follows the character Katrina. Working as a waitress at a small diner, she is just wrapping up her shift when a patron stumbles in clutching a wound on his neck. When the man dies, the customers do the logical thing, call the police. To bad for them, the Police have their hands full and when the deceased man revives and starts chomping not on the food but flesh, Katrina has to make a choice, stay and die or kill and survive.The Next Story is really interesting. A Terrible Moment follows a family hiding out in a Orange Juice Factory. The Story is told from the POV of two characters Debbie and Her Ex-Husband Alan. Debbie is a very unlikable character, and I assume she was even before the world went to hell. It was interesting seeing what she perceived was happening vs what was actually happening. I'm gonna spoil this for you but I was so glad when she died, and I expect you will be to after reading her tale.The Last Tale is the longest. Ken and Lenore work together at a local beauty parlor. The Day starts out like any other, until Oh yeah People start eating each other. This story is by far my favorite. It takes up the majority of the book coming it at a whopping 136/175 pages. Lenore and Ken balance each other so well. I honestly think without each other to rely on both would have given up. I don't want to give to much away about this story but it is a wild roller coaster of emotion that left me crying at the end. I especially love that it tied back to the first book. The struggle to survive in the face of all odds and the way that is portrayed from book to the movie screen in my mind is what makes Rhiannon Frater such a great storyteller. Overall I loved this book. I will be giving it 5 Stars!

  • Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)
    2019-03-21 20:33

    http://readingandwritingurbanfantasy....Story #1Katrina is a kickass chick and you would have never known she had it in her. Her background is pretty grime and sad. You feel for her right away. Then everything changes while she is finishing her shift at a café. A man comes in injured and dies. But he comes back biting. Katrina is shocked by the turn events...for like 3 seconds. Then so goes all Rambo and kills that mofo. And then she kills more zombies, but with a sense of detachment. I am pretty sure she was in shock when she does all this, but whatever it was, it helped her survive. With her on a mission, nothing can stand in her way. Story #2This story gave me the chills. A husband, a soon to be ex-wife, their twin boys and baby girl, a secretary, and a manager are all trapped in an orange juice factory. They might make it out of this zombie invasion if it wasn't for the psycho wife. She is convinced her husband is cheating on her with the secretary. The wife was simply horrible, as both a mother and a wife. She makes up stories in her head and does some crazy crap because of her delusions. I felt so bad the rest of them. None of them deserved the kind of hate she spewed and she only made a bad situation worse. I was shocked by the lengths she went to get "revenge." This is a shocking story that will leave you with your mouth hanging open. Story #3This was the longer story of the three. For some reason I could never quite get into the characters of Ken and Lenore. Their story started out great. It was exciting and scary, and the ending made me almost crap my pants, but the middle was pretty boring. Ken just got on my damn nerves the whole time, and Lenore was pretty blah the whole way through.VerdictIf it wasn't for Ken and Lenore's story, I would have given this book 4.5 stars. But the other two stories made this worth the read.

  • Camille Picott
    2019-03-20 19:36

    The Writer's View - a unique approach to book blogging. For more reviews, visit www.camillepicott.comYou guys already know I am a die hard (no pun intended) fan of Rhiannon Frater's As the World Dies series. I was thrilled when I came across this collection of Untold Tales . It features short stories from several of my favorite characters. I was dying to read it and had to wait 3 months after its original release to get it on Nook. Writing for FansAs a fan of this series, this collection of short stories could not fail to delight me. One story is about Katerina--a bad ass sniper--and her first day of the zombie apocalypse. Another story is about my two most absolute favorite characters, best friends and hair stylists Ken and Lenore. I just loved their personalities, their friendship, and their love for one another. Reading their story was like getting a donut for breakfast--all sugary happy sweetness.As I was reading, it occurred to me that this book is truly for fans of As The World Dies. It's sort of like getting the bonus features or uncut version of your favorite movie. It's impossible not to love. I like the idea of short story "spin-offs" from beloved books. Who wouldn't buy a short story written from Gale's POV in The Hunger Games? It's got me pondering a few short story ideas of my own.

  • Hayat
    2019-03-24 20:24

    This book has surpassed my expectations! Well, this just confirms it, I'm now a huge fan of Ms Frater! Her ability to balance and develop a realistic multi-pov plot and make such interesting, realistic and unforgeable characters is amazing. I loved the combination of horror, snark and dark humour with the heart stopping action and the sense of fear and doom snapping at the heels of the desperate survivors. In the As the World Dies series and in the untold tales, the few survivors world is turned upside-down and inside out and you feel every emotion of the characters as The frightening and relentless zombies close in. But zombies are not the worst monster they have to fear as the world dies. In this new world, only the lucky, the intelligent, the creative and the psychopaths survive.Volume 3 here I come!

  • Faye
    2019-03-22 22:43

    3 excellent stories to enrich the " As the World Dies " universe. Really enjoyed them !

  • CarolynStorer
    2019-04-18 21:38

    Review coming soon!

  • Tovia
    2019-03-28 23:35

    Me amo Tito. I really want to know Ed's sons story as they made there way from A&m to Ashley oaks

  • Laura Thomas
    2019-04-18 22:20

    The second book in the Untold Tales series is every bit as good as the first!The characters in these three untold tales are all in Siege, the third book in the As The World Dies Series. These are their stories.Revelation (Katarina’s Story)Katarina has been in this series from the beginning. This is her story about her first day.Her story isn’t pretty. The only reason she was even conceived was to grow up and take care of her parents. Her father’s dead now and she’s earning money waitressing at a truck stop in Ashley Oaks, Texas to take care of her sick mother. She doesn’t mind the job though. She’s earning her own money and it gets out of the house.Dealing with that jerk, Randall, and his wandering hands becomes nothing when the bloodied man stumbles into the cafe, changing her life forever.Even though Katarina let her mother dominate her, she never appeared weak to me. I felt she was just waiting for something, for an opportunity to come her way, and then she’d discover herself and really shine.She did discover something. She can kill when she has to, and she’s good at it.A Terrible Moment (The Unknown Story)All of the stories in The Untold Tales have dark moments. This is darker than most and introduces you to peripheral characters. Not all of them make it and are their own worst enemies.Debbie is a jealous bitter woman, beaten down by it all. She’s certain her husband is having an affair with his secretary and her jealousy consumes her.It festers as they are all trapped in the warehouse together. She’s so focused on her thoughts of revenge, she doesn’t even care about her children.This was an uncomfortable story. I can’t imagined being so self involved as to neglect my children, putting them in danger, and not caring. I was mortified at what she did.Debbie would be the first one to throw out of the boat if adrift in the sea.Friendship in the Time of Zombies (Ken and Lenore’s Story)Lenore has no way of knowing that today will changer her life forever. She drags herself out of bed and wanders into the kitchen. Her grandmother has cooked breakfast and, as usual, she’s cooked enough to feed an army. Grabbing a quick bite, she heads off to work at Ken’s Diva Beauty Shop.Ken may be her boss, but they are best friends and thick as thieves.I just loved these two. Lenore is a moody one but Ken is bubbly, like champagne.A small Texas town might not seem like the best place to flaunt his gayness, but Ken could charm the devil and I loved how he needed Lenore as much as she needed him. He was the comic relief for me and I could clearly see him cringing and panicking.Lenore was something else. She not only had to figure out how to get them both out of there alive, she also had to keep bolstering Ken up, pushing him to man up.I couldn’t get enough of these two and look forward to encountering them again.I received this book for my honest review. My review is in no way influenced and I'm lovin this series!

  • Kristilyn (Reading In Winter)
    2019-03-21 20:41

    FTC Disclaimer: I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was so worried starting Volume 2 of the Untold Tales series that I wouldn’t like the book as much as I did the first. Like I had said, I’m new to zombies, so I thought that one book would be fine, but another would be overkill. I also wondered if I’d enjoy the book whose plot line might be anchored in between the actual trilogy, wondering if I’d be able to even follow what was going on. Fortunately, this was so not the case!Volume 2 of the Untold Tales is just like Volume 1 — two short stories and a novella. All three are fast moving and they connect up with where the end of the novella in Volume 1 left off (with additional characters who were introduced in the trilogy).Rhiannon Frater is a master of zombie literature. I was a newbie when I started and now I want to get my hands on more zombie books — namely the As the World Dies trilogy. Just when I thought that I wouldn’t be able to get into yet another zombie book, Frater drags me in and hooks me to the words, which were arranged in never-ending suspense and forward motion. I couldn’t put this book down. There’s no downtime, no real breaks for the characters to get pensive and thoughtful because there are zombies out there! The constant flow of the storyline and suspense makes for a fast, intense read.Of course, while there’s suspense and the action is nonstop, Frater does find time to add humor. Now, I’m not sure if it’s just me, but while I still don’t think I’m completely on “Team Zombie,” I do have an appreciation for them. Namely, I find them hilarious. I mean, a child zombie, in my head, is a mixture of horror and humour. The characters also add great humour — in fact, the dynamics between Lenore and Ken are spot on perfection, even if the world is dying.I also have to say that I really enjoy how Frater includes animals in her books. The animal lover in me was kept on the edge of her seat for both Volume 1 and 2 whenever the animals came close to the zombies!If you’re just getting into zombies, or if you’ve been reading zombies since before they became popular, you must read the Untold Tales — they’re a quick read, full of friendship, humour, fun, horror and, of course, ZOMBIES!

  • Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)
    2019-04-12 19:29

    http://readingandwritingurbanfantasy....Story #1Katrina is a kickass chick and you would have never known she had it in her. Her background is pretty grime and sad. You feel for her right away. Then everything changes while she is finishing her shift at a café. A man comes in injured and dies. But he comes back biting. Katrina is shocked by the turn events...for like 3 seconds. Then so goes all Rambo and kills that mofo. And then she kills more zombies, but with a sense of detachment. I am pretty sure she was in shock when she does all this, but whatever it was, it helped her survive. With her on a mission, nothing can stand in her way. Story #2This story gave me the chills. A husband, a soon to be ex-wife, their twin boys and baby girl, a secretary, and a manager are all trapped in an orange juice factory. They might make it out of this zombie invasion if it wasn't for the psycho wife. She is convinced her husband is cheating on her with the secretary. The wife was simply horrible, as both a mother and a wife. She makes up stories in her head and does some crazy crap because of her delusions. I felt so bad the rest of them. None of them deserved the kind of hate she spewed and she only made a bad situation worse. I was shocked by the lengths she went to get "revenge." This is a shocking story that will leave you with your mouth hanging open. Story #3This was the longer story of the three. For some reason I could never quite get into the characters of Ken and Lenore. Their story started out great. It was exciting and scary, and the ending made me almost crap my pants, but the middle was pretty boring. Ken just got on my damn nerves the whole time, and Lenore was pretty blah the whole way through.VerdictIf it wasn't for Ken and Lenore's story, I would have given this book 4.5 stars. But the other two stories made this worth the read.*Free book from author for honest review*

  • Michelle
    2019-03-22 15:31

    I am pretty certain that Rhiannon Fratercould write a story about every single person that makes it to The Fort and I would never get tired of reading them. These Untold Tales are the perfect addition to As The World Dies series. You can get insight into the characters mentioned in the story and not have to be bogged down with every ones backstory. You can't get any more perfect than that.In Vol 2 you have three stories. The first one centers on Katarina. In the main series Katarina is a pretty deadly sharp shooter. Before arriving at The Fort Katarina was a waitress who just happened to be working her shift at a restaurant when the undead rise. Katarina's life pretty much sucks since she basically just works to support her ailing mother who only had her so that she could take care of her in her old age. Katarina has no life, not boyfriend, and no friends. She works and goes home. When the undead come into her restaurant she quickly learns that she can survive on her own and she begins to take control of her life. The second story centers on a group that are stuck in an Orange Juice factory. Inside are a manager, a secretary, and a supervisor with his wife and three kids. The wife is very angry and believes that her husband is having an affair with Julie his secretary. Things are getting pretty bad when the wife decides to stick her fingers out a window and lets a zombie bite her. Before you know it all hell breaks loose and the rest of the people are fighting for their lives and try to escape.The final story is that of Ken and Lenore. Lenore works with Ken at his beauty shop. They are just beginning work when the undead begin to cause chaos throughout the town. Ken and Lenore will need to find a way to escape and get to Lenore's grandmother and get to safety.All three stories are awesome, You won't be disappointed!

  • Unabridged Bookshelf
    2019-03-28 19:36

    Untold Tales Volume 2 is just as magnificent as the first volume. Even though I have not read any of the As the World Dies Series, I still enjoy these stories immensely. I think that the Untold Tales will actually make me enjoy reading the As the World Dies series much more, but they are also great insight for fans of the series. Untold Tales Volume 2 is set up much like the first with two shorter stories, followed by a longer one. The first story “Revelations” is Katarina’s origin story, which is very sad. Her story is very much about freedom and gaining independence. The second shorter story is “A Terrible Moment” which is the unknowns’ story. This is a story about people in the same universe as the series, but their story does not naturally coincide with the main series. This story has to be one of the more disturbing ones, but it is so perfectly written that it is defiantly one of my favorites. The much longer story is “Friendship in the time of Zombie.” It is the beautiful origin story of Ken and Lenore. These two best friends have to endure many things, but their friends hop never falters. The most enduring thing about the third story is the loyalty both characters show to each other even when facing the worse of situations. I love the first volume and now I completely love the second volume. I can only imagine what is going to happen during the third volume. Go ahead and grab any volume of the Untold Tales, read it, and then tell me you do not love it. It really is a must read series for zombie fans. **Unabridged Bookshelf received this book from author in exchange for an honest review**

  • Stephanie Ward
    2019-04-04 19:28

    SERIES REVIEW:The 'As the World Dies: Untold Tales' trilogy is a fantastic collection of short stories that gives the background on some of the favorite characters in the series. Fans of the series will love to learn more about the characters they loved from the books and new readers will get some background on the series and the characters before diving into the books. Each volume consisted of three short stories that featured characters from each of the books in the series. They were fast paced and incredibly well written, which allowed me to read through them very quickly. Although the stories aren't very long, the reader still gets a good grasp on the characters involved as well as the plot of the books - thanks to the writer's exceptional talent. Each story is filled with lots of details and vivid imagery along with a very quick pace and lots of action. Although I'm a huge horror fan, zombies aren't usually my thing (they scare me a bit) - but I have to admit that the author's knack for drawing the reader into the world she created has me hooked. Now I have to face my zombie fear and read the series. I've read several of the author's other works and I know that although I might be scared and probably grossed out, I will not be disappointed in the least. One thing I know is that this author is truly gifted and will easily convert any reader into a fan - regardless of what book of hers they pick up.Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Vanessa Booke
    2019-03-20 23:41

    This was my first encounter with Rhiannon Frater's writing and I'm glad I was able to be part of this tour. As The World Dies (Untold Tales Vol. 1 & 2) is wonderful collection of gory and horrifying stories that include characters from Frater's earlier trilogy As The World Dies. Although I haven't had the pleasure of reading the trilogy these volumes are awesome as stand alone stories. Each story gives a brief but in-depth view of characters along with some gore and action. I'm definitely going to go back and read Frater's trilogy! I loved that Frater gives a lot of attention to her characters and they're great characters! There's not many authors that can get you to really care about a character within a short story. The Broken Heart in volume 1 was my favorite story although it's extremely sad I just loved the emotion throughout it. I really love how Frater complicates each story and each character for example Debbie and Alan's relationship in the story A Terrible Moment in Volume 2. The shift in POV's really gives the story purpose with showing Debbie's point of view of her relationship with her husband (believing her husband has cheated on her with his secretary) and then showing Alan's point of view of the situation and his wife's sulking. Overall, I really enjoyed these stories and Frater's writing is great. I would definitely recommend picking up these two volumes, they're fantastic! If you're a lover of zombies you're missing out.

  • Yolanda Sfetsos
    2019-04-16 19:23

    This is the second volume of Rhiannon Frater's anthology featuring stories about other survivors from the As the World Dies Trilogy, and even a few not introduced before...Revelation: This is Katarina's story--where she was, what she was doing, and how she survived long enough to get to the Hotel construction site. She was one of the characters I wanted to know more about, so this story was great.It was good to see how the zombie apocalypse changes her into a much stronger person than she was during the normal times, when her selfish and cruel mother ruled her life. She takes to the rifle right away, and we catch a glimpse of the tough, skilful survivor she becomes.A Terrible Moment: Is actually a story about a bunch of people that aren't in the trilogy, and I have to say that it was my favourite one in this anthology! Great, great story about a woman who is a wee bit delusional and totally loses it, putting everyone around her in danger.It's a great study of human nature at its most paranoid.Frienship in the Time of Zombies: You know, for some reason, it took me ages to finish this story. Before starting it, I was sure I was going to love Lenore and Ken's tale, but sadly I didn't. :( Not sure what it was, but their adventure of survival just didn't hook me in, no matter how many times I tried to get back into it. In the end, I wound up skimming most of it. Though I did like Tito. :)

  • Lelia Taylor
    2019-04-11 19:49

    Katarina makes a living slogging through long, tiring days at a diner in Ashley Oaks but she had no idea what a bad day really was until the man came in. Her entire life has been one of bitterness and devoid of any happiness or love but even that is about to look very, very good. At last, Katarina will find her backbone…and a kind of freedom.In “A Terrible Moment”, Debbie would rather indulge her unreasoning hatred destroy her entire family than find a way to escape this horrid new danger. She makes a choice that is incomprehensible and from which there is no return…and no salvation.Small-town Texas proves to be no safer than the big cities around the country but what does turn out to be true is friendship. Lenore and Ken are as different as night and day and, yet, they have been comfortable with each other. Now, that comfort means everything to them, especially survival. Although there are times when any sane person would want to kick Ken to the curb, what with his endless whining and falling apaart, you still can’t help but like him. Along with Lenore and Ken, we also meet the kickbutt Tito and the indomitable Grandma but whether this little group will make it to safety is up for grabs.Reviewed by Lelia Taylor, October 2013.

  • Crystal Romero
    2019-04-08 18:48

    Ok, my biggest complaint about this book...it's too short!!! As you can see, it was a quick read but mostly because I LOVE Rhiannon's zombie tales. This one gives more insight into some of the characters from her original trilogy so it should stand to reason that you have to read her trilogy. Naturally if you're a zombie fan who hasn't read it yet, I'd ask, why haven't you read it yet? Come on folks, it's rare to find a zombie novel that is as compelling and filled with strong female characters as Rhiannon's novels. Volume 2 is no exception. There are two stories that have excellent female heroines, and one story that is disturbing for a different reason. I would highly recommend this, anything that Rhiannon write to zombie fans. Even if you're not a zombie fan but want to read something with strong, kick ass women, her zombie tales would satisfy any "Xena" fix you might need.

  • Lorre
    2019-03-28 16:44

    I loved the 3 stories but Ken and Lenore's story was my favorite! I just love Ken and Lenore and it was great to read some more about them!In Katarina's story we can already see the efficient, calculated women she'll become in the As the World Dies series!Then there was the story of the unkown family trapped in a warehouse. It's not enough that the building is surrounded by zombie, they also have a crazy woman in the building with them that will go far to seek revenge on her ex-husband-to-be.Even though Ken and Lenore's story was the first days of the zombie outbreak, their story made me laugh several times. I just love their bickering!

  • Dawn
    2019-03-22 19:47

    Ken and Lenore's story was by far my favorite of the three. I really enjoyed their story. They made me laugh and cry. I just wish Tito would have made it to the fort. He was an interesting guy. I really appreciated how he protected and made sure his friends were ok before he set off on his journey to reunite with his wife and kids. I like that Lenore never let ken give up and that they fought for each other.The story of the unknowns is awesome. The dynamics of the little group in the OJ factory were awesome. I still can't believe the ending. All I can say is that guys wife was a full on bitch.Katrina's story was kind of sad but glad that she made it to the fort.

  • RJ
    2019-03-23 23:45

    This volume is comprised of three separate stories of survivors during the zombie apocalypse. Katarina, a waitress forced into the apocalypse when a dying man comes through the café door. Ken and Lenore, stylists at the local beauty salon who are introduced to the apocalypse via a car accident at their front door. And a family trapped in their home who realize that the zombies are not the only danger facing them. Semi-interesting without much character background. A decent listen, but not much new here. Three.point.five for the effort.

  • Latasha Lindemann, RN
    2019-03-30 19:45

    Thanks for this. I was having serious withdrawal symptoms after listening to the other three books about a bazillion times. I needed to get my zombie fix after my friend lent me a boatload of books on Kindle and Nook, not one zombie in the bunch. This was just what the nurse (i.e. myself) ordered. Loved the back stories. It's one of the things I love about writing is creating those wonderful histories for the characters.FYII am still mourning the loss of Ken...

  • Seyma
    2019-03-25 23:28

    Story for behind the scenes from As the World Dies, Zombie Trilogy. The story of Katarina's first encounter with zombies, story of a woman who is angry with her husband and wants revenge, and Ken & Lenore's story. I think I liked the angry woman's story most. I think the secretary, man, kids who escape could be the people found dead in the hotel in the 3rd trilogy. This was my least favorite book in all of the As the World Dies series. It was good but not as exciting.

  • Carolyn F.
    2019-03-26 23:48

    Love this series! This is a "first day" group of short stories of some of the characters from the books with a story about a bitter woman seeking revenge in the middle. Very good. My favorite character is Lenore who tries to look like she has to all together while inside all she wants to do is scream and cry. I would recommend this series to all you horror fans out there!

  • Videoclimber(AKA)MTsLilSis
    2019-04-14 17:42

    These are the stories of Katrina, Ken and Lenore, and a family and others trapped in a factory. Katrina's story is cool. She is one bad chic! Ken and Lenore's story was interesting and made me laugh at times. My favorite story was the family and the others trapped in the factory, it grabbed me and shook me around, and forced me back into my seat. Ms. Frater does it again!

  • Felicia A
    2019-03-28 18:25

    YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY! Another editing project is now a published book! As the World Dies, Untold Tales (Vol. II) continues the back stories of pivotal characters from Rhiannon Frater's epic As The World Dies trilogy.Be sure to get a copy today....Ken and Lenore will thank you. :-)This book is the second volume of untold tales related to Rhiannon Frater's As The World Dies.

  • Lindsay
    2019-03-20 23:32

    I love how the untold tales are all woven together, allowing you to catch glimpses of the other characters. Lenore and Ken's story is a near-constant high of zombie intensity! I feel like I know them as well as any major character now. Supporting cast has been picked up a notch! ;)A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  • Latisha Bramlett
    2019-04-10 20:30

    It was nice reading a little more about Ken and Lenore. I have loved them since they were first introduced. We get to see where they were when the outbreak first began. And, we get to see how they came to the fort.

  • Claudia
    2019-03-24 23:35

    I totally loved reading Ken & Lenore's back story! I will more than likely go back and re-read the trilogy since now I know more of their history. Both Untold Tales were such a treat, thanks Rhiannon for putting these out there!