Day Zero by Kresley Cole Review

Day Zero (The Arcana Chronicles, #3.5)

Title: Day Zero

Series: The Arcana Chronicles #3.5

Author: Kresley Cole

Genre: Young Adult, Dystopia, Fantasy

Synopsis: Arcana means secrets, and these Arcana Chronicles short stories from #1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole are filled with them. Experience firsthand the beginning of the end and behold the apocalypse through the eyes of characters you only thought you knew. 

Ashes to ashes . . .
Evie Greene’s story of the Flash is just one of many. All over the world, those connected in some way to the lethal Arcana game—like Death, Jack, and Fortune—must first survive a horrifying night of blood and screams. 

We all fall down.
Some will have to grapple with new powers; all will be damned to a hellish new existence of plague, brutality, desolation, and cannibalism. Find out who they lost, why they endure, and what they sacrificed in order to live past Day Zero. . . . 

Format: ebook

Pages/Hours: 174 pages

Ownership: Own

My Rating: ★★★★☆

Tags: Short stories, multiple points of view

Day Zero by Kresley Cole
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Review:  This was really interesting. We get a lot of background information and insight into the other characters that we wouldn’t get in the main books since we follow Evie. It isn’t necessary to read to enjoy the series and some elements may be considered spoilerish since she introduces characters here that haven’t been introduced in the main books yet. I loved learning more about my favourite characters though especially about what was happening with Jack after the Flash.

Get the book: Amazon | Book Depository

Synopsis and book cover from Goodreads. Photos from my Instagram @elainehowlin_

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