Escaping Grace

The Turning Series

Book 2
J.Q. Davis
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It’s official. Grace is half dead.

After deciding to accept Dr. Walker’s treatment at Everlasting Paradise—the island compound dedicated to treating her condition—Grace is starting to learn how to live like a zombie. She vows to stay on a human-free diet, and Dr. Walker feeds her need just right. She has even made friends with the island’s inhabitants—other patients who call themselves Zombrids.

When Tristen shows up on the island for a visit, Grace is over the moon. Life seems to finally get better…until Grace discovers that some of the zombie hybrids are sick and Dr. Walker is being vague and shady on the details. Then Tristen suddenly disappears and an unwanted guest reappears in Grace’s life. She can’t help the gnawing ache in the pit of her stomach—and it isn’t hunger.

Maybe it is, a little.

It’s not until she finds a freezer full of horrifying secrets that she realizes Dr. Walker may have some sinister plans for her…and the world. Now, Grace and her fellow Zombrids must figure out how to save the living.

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About the author

J.Q. Davis is from New Orleans, Louisiana. She has a bachelor's degree in healthcare, but chooses to pursue her dreams of being a writer. Her husband is a retired Marine (23 years!) who works with surgical robots. They don't have kids, but spoil their pups as if they were real little girls.

Her other interests include exercising, listening to indie music, watching anything even remotely related to horror, and reading young adult novels. She is also a video gamer and secretly dreams about being a professional ice skater, volcanologist, and a stop-motion animator.

She is excited to continue this journey through writing and hopes that her readers enjoy her books.

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Publisher
J.Q. Davis
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Published on
Oct 2, 2019
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Pages
223
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ISBN
9781733337922
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Language
English
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Genres
Young Adult Fiction / Horror
Young Adult Fiction / Science Fiction / General
Young Adult Fiction / Zombies
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