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16+ quotes from The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles

Quotes from The Zombie Chronicles

Chrissy Peebles ·  287 pages

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“rush of wind blew through my hair as we rode to the top of the Ferris wheel and then stopped, hovering”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“cart back and forth with my legs. “Hey! Stop it,” Sherry said, twining her fingers through my hair. “But you told me you loved it when somebody shook the cart at the very”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“squeeze to get my attention. “Oh my gosh, Dean! I think a gang of thugs are attacking the people in line.”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“blew through my hair as we rode to the top of the Ferris wheel and then stopped, hovering in midair.”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“Chronicles - book 1 The Zombie Chronicles - book 2 - Race for the Cure The Zombie Chronicles”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“of the Ferris wheel and then stopped, hovering in midair. I breathed in, relaxed, and listened to the distant”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“A wicked case of cataracts? Liquid latex? Special effects? I had no idea, but I was ready to take them”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“Dragging its right leg, the zombie inched closer and then swung its rotting arms at me. He fought like a small child. I knew I could easily take the monster on, especially since everyone knew zombies had an IQ barely above freezing, and they were slower than constipated turtles.”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“when scientists thought they had it figured out, the rules would change slightly. The virus mutated, and now if somebody was bitten or scratched, it could take up to five days”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“Ferris wheel blocked most of my view from where we were dangling. All I could make out were red and blue lights flashing in the distance, blinking”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“Some things aren’t so black and white, and you can’t just kill your sister because it’s in the rule book.” He”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“A rush of wind blew through my hair as we rode to the top of the Ferris wheel and then stopped, hovering in midair.”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“nighttime had long fallen and the temperatures had”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“night. “What do you think?” I asked with a smile. She inclined”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“Trust me, nobody will suspect a thing.” “So what’s the plan?” “For starters, we’re flying.” Making it up to the roof was the only way to get past the heavy security. Nevertheless, even though flying was the safest option, in those days, nothing was a safe bet any more.”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


“what’s the plan?” “For starters, we’re flying.” Making it up to the roof was the only”
― Chrissy Peebles, quote from The Zombie Chronicles


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