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D survivor calling herself 'X' starts a diary to document her final few days Much less X knows she's as good as dead Seems like the perfect time to start a diaryShacked.

X PDFD survivor calling herself 'X' starts a diary to document her final few days Much less X knows she's as good as dead Seems like the perfect time to start a diaryShacked.

[Epub] ❦ X Author Jack Croxall – Uc0.info X knows she's as good as dead Seems like the perfect time to start a diaryShacked up in a farmhouse cellar a doomed survivor calling herself 'X' starts a diary to document her final few days Much less[Epub] ❦ X Author Jack Croxall – Uc0.info X knows she's as good as dead Seems like the perfect time to start a diaryShacked up in a farmhouse cellar a doome.

ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181;

ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; Trained as a scientist Jack Croxall concluded a life in the lab wasn't for him After discovering a passion for words and stories he's now a writer.

10 thoughts on “X

  1. Angela Angela says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFX by Jack Croxall is a very good short story written for a YA audience but with appeal to all who love well written fictionX is a teenaged girl who has survived a devastating apocalyptic experience She is the only member of her immediate family to survive and she decides to record some of her experiences in a diary She doesn’t tell us anything about how this horrific situation came about but we are quickly drawn into her terrifying world which is now inhabited by creatures that she calls “Uglies” Given the chance they would kill her or infect her with their madness through a bite or even a scratch She hides in a cellar during the day and goes out to forage for food at night always on the alert for the Uglies X records the demise of her parents and sister and there is a hint t


  2. Elyse Elyse says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFRe read April 6 2019This is a re read I had to re read it after finish Wye because of what happened in Wye I thought the journal would be the connection between the two but as far as I can tell there isn't much connection X is still short and sad and full of questions and I really liked both storiesOriginally read December 18 2017I really liked this short story You get just enough information to be interested There's nothing crazy that happens but you get to know X very quickly I'm interested to read Wye


  3. Liz Barnsley Liz Barnsley says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFFifteen year old X thinks she is going to die Shacked up in the cellar of an old farmhouse she starts a journal to document her last few days Much less than a few days if the things outside manage to get in So last night I settled down to FINALLY get around to X a short story from Jack Croxall author of the rather wonderful TethersWritten in the form of a diary X describes her day to day existence in a world that is radically different from the one she knew before where every day is a fight for survival Haunting and atmospheric it pulls you along for a short but compelling tale of a few days in the life ofX Whose name we never know Who's family we will never meet except in her poignant and touching memoriesand who is not long for this earth Her own realisation of that is one thing that makes this story as fascinating as it isI loved it I half wis


  4. Lloyd Baron Lloyd Baron says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFWritten in the form of a journal this short story leaps into the middle of the story Much has happened in the world and to the girl in question However you do not know what but you ca


  5. Sharon Sant Sharon Sant says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFX might be a short story but there's plenty of room here for character development and drama We don't know who X is but we feel her plight On the surface of it not a lot is happening and yet the ghosts of traumas that have gone before haunt every page It very much reminded me of a YA version of Cormack McCarthy's The Road with that same cold beautiful bleakness and that same heart breaking certainty that this situation can only end badly Please please Mr Croxall write some X


  6. Mandy Mandy says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFGreat little story will be looking out for from this author


  7. Dan Thompson Dan Thompson says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFShort stories especially as eBooks are really popular at the moment I guess it is because they are so accessible


  8. Megan Readinginthesunshine Megan Readinginthesunshine says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFDid I mention that I LOVE short stories? I find them so great because you can just pick them up and read them so easily and they are SO ACCESSIBLE for ever


  9. ★Moonrise Books ★Moonrise Books says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFWe never learn her real name All we know is that X is writing in her journal documenting what she believes to be her last days and that she sounds like a soldier than a 15 year old girl Hiding out in the cellar of an old farmhouse X has a gun with two bullets one for her defense and the other perhaps to end her own life if or when it comes to that She simply doesn't know how much longer she can survive But she hasn't given up yet And as long as she can find supplies to get through the long days and the longer nights she will continue to hide out in the cellar from the things outside that are trying to get in This was such an interesting story My only complaint is that it was too short A quick read full of mystery and gripping from start to finish I was dying to know what happened with each turn of the page And somehow although I cannot tell you how but it was cleverly orchestrate


  10. Terry Tyler Terry Tyler says:

    ePUB Jack Croxall #181; X MOBI #9734; #181; X PDFVery very good perfectly paced just the right amount of information leaked out at each right time Even the spacing between paragraphs the big gaps that appeared on my Kindle were spot on I just wanted MOREIf you like films like 28 Days Later you will love this I've always been fascinated by how quickly society can break down 'X' reminded me of a short story by Stephen King the name of which I can't remember helpful yes? similarly it left me with unanswered questions but as with the SK story this didn't matter because what matters is the situation in which X has ended upThe cover is spot on too


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