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The Human Race by Tahnee Fritz
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Tahnee Fritz
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Tahnee Fritz
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9780991279104
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Living in a world filled with zombies and vampires tends to have its perks sometimes. Nineteen year old Bridget has learned to make the best out of life due to these perks. She enjoys how great she is at zombie killing and she’s far from shy on letting it show. The vampires are a different story. She has to get pretty close in order to kill them and she’s not a fan of that. As with every good thing, there is always something horrible lurking around the corner to make life harder. Bridget forces herself to get used to the hardships, even as every last member of her family is taken away by the monsters she loves to kill. With a broken heart and a fully loaded 9mm gun, Bridget sticks to her father’s plan and continues North. Along the way, she meets a young man named Ryder and realizes there are still some things worth living for. Love is able to find a way back into her heart and the two of them travel together in hopes of finding safety inside a small city. Safety is the last thing they find. Book one in the trilogy.

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