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If You Re Going Through Hellkeep GoingSeventeen Year Old Coder Jinx Marshall Grew Up Spending Weekends Drilling With Her Paranoid Dad For A Doomsday She S Sure Will Never Come She S An Expert On Self Heating Meal Rations, Krav Maga And Extracting Water From A Barrel Cactus Now That Her Parents Are Divorced, She S Ready To Relax Her Big Plans Include Making It To Level In Her Favorite MMORPG And Spending The Weekend With Her New Hunky Stepbrother, TobyBut All That Disaster Training Comes In Handy When An Explosion Traps Her In A Burning Building Stuck Leading Her Headstrong Stepsister, MacKenna, And Her Precocious Little Brother, Charles, To Safety, Jinx Gets Them Out Alive Only To Discover The Explosion Is Part Of A Pattern Of Violence Erupting All Over The Country Even Worse, Jinx S Dad Stands Accused Of Triggering The ChaosIn A Desperate Attempt To Evade Paramilitary Forces And Vigilantes, Jinx And Her Siblings Find Toby And Make A Break For Mexico With Seemingly The Whole World Working Against Them, They Ve Got To Get Along And Search For The Truth About The Attacks And About Each Other But If They Can Survive, Will There Be Anything Left Worth Surviving For Day Zero


About the Author: Kelly deVos

Kelly deVos is from Gilbert, Arizona, where she lives with her high school sweetheart husband, amazing teen daughter and superhero dog, Cocoa She holds a B.A in Creative Writing from Arizona State University When not reading or writing, Kelly can typically be found with a mocha in hand, bingeing the latest TV shows and adding to her ever growing sticker collection Her debut novel, Fat Girl on a Plane, named one of the 50 Best Summer Reads of All Time by Reader s Digest magazine, is available now from HarperCollins.Kelly s work has been featured in the New York Times as well as on Salon, Vulture and Bustle.



10 thoughts on “Day Zero

  1. says:

    WARNING THIS IS NOT A DRILL.I generally hate anything that even hints at involving politics, whether it be a political thriller, a political scandal story or even a romance involving any sort of politician Frankly it all bores me However I really liked this survival chase story coming on the heels of a politically based attack on the country s banks It sort of reminded me of the Terminator movies There was no evil S


  2. says:

    This book turned out to be great It literally had me on the edge of my seat The main character is Jinx Marshall She s like any other typical teenager and enjoys her junk food and playing video games after school What makes her different is that she s the daughter of a genius her father who is a survivalist and has spent years preparing her for doomsday After an explosion puts her in danger along with a few members of h


  3. says:

    Day Zero by Kelly deVos is the first book of the young adult apocalyptic thriller Day Zero Duology The duology is set in a future version of our world when political parties have divided folks One side known as the Spark had taken over and tried to make everyone in the world equal, dividing supplies and goods among all citizens This however had created a depression in society so you also have the Opposition who are oppose


  4. says:

    You guys may know that I m not the biggest fan of YA literatureaccurately, it s just not a go to genre of mine But, I was really intrigued by this one when HarperCollins asked me to read it I have to say, this is a phenomenal, roller coaster of a ride The twists and turns are endless and you WANT to root for these kids well, teens It goes for a dystopian esque sort of feel, while still being very contemporary and modern day


  5. says:

    This book is a good read I m not into the political portion of it but that s great that 17 year old girls characters have strong feelings for it I sure enjoyed the humor in this story though It s interesting how Jinx s mom expect her ex husband to help out her new husband Who in this day and age would do that especially when she s the one who left Jinx s brother has to watch out for his blood sugar all the time so I like that J


  6. says:

    Raised to survive, no matter what, trained to defend herself for Doomsday, Jinx Marshall is ready for something but what happened is almost too science fiction suspense for her to believe, and it started with an explosion her father is blamed for creating.As the world crumbles all around her, Jinx must lead her siblings on a deadly journey to safety, weaving their way through the clutches of military might, the vigilante oppositio


  7. says:

    The story concept held a lot of promise, but, sadly, this one fell short for me Jinx was a lackluster as a main character to me Didn t stand for anything, and for supposedly having tons of Doomsday training and drills she made so many stupid mistakes She didn t take charge and most of the time I wanted to shake some sense into her I won t be reading the second book A copy was kindly provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest


  8. says:

    Kelly de Vos has written a fast paced, action packed, compelling dystopian thriller It is sometime in the future and Susan better known as Jinx is walking home from school with her siblings, Charles and Makenna When they stop at a local market to pick up some snacks on the way home all heck breaks loose The adjacent imposing Bank building is blowing up and the kids are in the path of the destruction Fortunately Jinx was raised by a doo


  9. says:

    Readabout Day Zero, as well as an excerpt of the book on my blog illbefinealone reads.This book turned out to be exactly what I was in the mood for.First and foremost, the pacing was great I like books where something I find intriguing is happening throughout them, and Day Zero was that to me The twists were exceptionally fun, they kept the plot unpredictable and me on the edge of my seat.There was something about the writing too, it sucke


  10. says:

    What happens when a predator tries to raise its own prey If that doesn t get your juices flowing how about we think of doom and gloom and how survival is not just given it must be earned Even better think of it this way If you could pick anyone to save you from Armageddon who would you choose Now that I have the thinking tanks going let s change gears literally to a Terminator style atmosphere with technology at play.I m a mom of three teens


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