Sinners & Saints: A Patriot’s Manifest
By Kristina Garlick
Genre: YA Fantasy
To revolt against what is considered the standard undead mythos, some author is going to produce twinkling, lovesick zombies. The beautification of the zombie will be the next big thing in Hollywood… either that, or things will swing back to pirates or maybe outer space ninjas. Who am I to predict the next big fad in entertainment? What I can tell you is that Sinners and Saints: A Patriot’s Manifesto is unlike any zombie story you have heard before because it is my story.
My name is Zoey Major and I live in Fort Star, New Jersey. I am also a survivor in the zombie apocalypse. Seems very cut and dry but I have been hiding something- like really huge. My secret is game changing. I am not like the others... I know, what a surprise twist! Unfortunately, I can’t tell you why I am different. If you really want to know, you have to figure it out. Hey, even in these dark times, a girl needs her secrets.
A roadie, or I guess that is what a person would call him, walked up to Saint and tapped him on the shoulder.
Roadie: "I finished setting up everything for you. The bartender told me to tell you, that you are on in five."
Saint: "You're awesome. Thanks."
The roadie walks off into the crowd.
Saint: "I hope you two lovely ladies will stay for my set."
Catey: "I am down."
Saint: "By the way, Zoey, I thought you said you don't go to bars and that is why you never would come to any of my prior gigs. It is why I stopped asking."
Catey: "She usually doesn't. I had to drag her almost kicking and screaming. It would have been easier to just bring my husband, Sajeev."
Zoey: "What can I say? The Drought Bar is not my scene."
Catey: "True story."
Saint: "Well scene or not, I better get up there and play for my adoring fans."
I was going to comment to Saint that the only adoring fans he had were in his head but I didn't feel like being mean. Saint wasn't a bad guy. He was just a typical alpha male that was left standing after the outbreak. I have my reasons for keeping my distance. Not only did Saint, look like a heartbreak waiting to happen but I also couldn't let him find out my secret. If Saint knew what I hid, he might turn me over to that coalition of his. Then I would have to stab, stab, massacre the Patriot Sin Coalition and I gave up the way of the warrior over eighteen months ago. So I prefer to just blend in to the society and make my soap. Regardless of my skill set, it is best if I am left alone to my own devices.
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