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By Fiona J.R. Titchenell | Comments: ( 548 ) | Date: ( Sep 21, 2019 )

The world is Cassie Fremont s playground Her face is on the cover of every newspaper, she has no homework, no curfew, and no credit limit, and she spends her days traveling the country with her friends, including a boy who would flirt with death just to turn her head Life is just about perfect except that those newspaper headlines are about her bludgeoning her crush to dThe world is Cassie Fremont s playground Her face is on the cover of every newspaper, she has no homework, no curfew, and no credit limit, and she spends her days traveling the country with her friends, including a boy who would flirt with death just to turn her head Life is just about perfect except that those newspaper headlines are about her bludgeoning her crush to death with a paintball gun, she has to fight ravenous walking corpses every time she steps outside, and one of her friends is still missing, trapped somewhere in the distant, practically impassable wreckage of Manhattan Still, Cassie s an optimist More prone to hysterical laughter than hysterical tears, she d rather fight a corpse than be one, and she won t leave a friend stranded when she can simply take her road trip to impossible new places to find her, even if getting there means admitting to that boy that she might just love him, too Skillfully blending effective horror with unexpected humor, this diary format novel is a fast paced and heartwarming read.


  • Title: Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of)
  • Author: Fiona J.R. Titchenell
  • ISBN: 9781939967305
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Fiona J.R. Titchenell

Fiona J.R Titchenell is an author of Young Adult, Sci Fi, and Horror fiction She is represented by Fran Black of Literary Counsel and lives in San Gabriel, California with her husband, Matt Carter, and their pet king snake, Mica She has also published under the initials F.J.R TitchenellAlong with , you can also find her at facebook FjrTitchenell and twitter FJR_Titchenell.To arrange an appearance, interview, or book signing with Fiona J.R Titchenell, contact her at fjrtitchenell gmail.My parents name is Titchenell They called me F.J.RA hint about my future and a lucky guess by far,For J.R.R s enduring world of evil versus good,For Robins both of Locksley and the Hundred Acre Wood,For Jane whose razor wit put all three Bronte girls to shame.Fiona was my own before the ogre princess came.They schooled me in my craft, but on my own I heard its call.Whatever it gives back to me, I give this task my all.I ll trade my days to feed myself and keep my happy home,My heart can spend them safely locked in some remembered tome.I ll even do them well, my every bread acquiring sham,But don t confuse the things I have to do with what I am.I m through and through a storyteller That s all I can be,No matter if by day or night, for crowds or only me.The use of words on paper to encourage and exploreThe beauty of the human heart and mind is what I m for.I do this not because it s easy nor for profit s sake.This life s the one that chose me and the only one I d take.



Comments Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of)

  • Michael Araujo

    This review will contain some spoilers, and may start off a bit negative, but just read to the end. I also read an ARC copy so some things may have been changed. Before I started reading this book, I looked up some reviews and found some pretty negative ones. I shouldn't have done that. It influenced the way I looked at things without making my own judgment.The story follows a girl, Cassie, who kills the guy she likes by accident, and then again on purpose when he becomes a zombie. Forwarding a [...]


  • Boundless Book Reviews

    Confessions of The Very First Zombie Slayer is an enjoyable zombirific read (I made that word up) Cassie is one of the first people to kill a zombie (that she knows of). And she’s writing about it, so others know her story. I liked that it was written in Cassie’s perspective, as a journal. I’m a zombie lover. Anyone who knows me knows this. So when this came around. I took a chance on it. I mean the title and the awesome cover, why not?Titchenell really took the world of Zombies and made [...]


  • Kara

    I literally cannot. I had an immediate visceral reaction the the writing style. I DESPISE it. I made it through 46 pages of sheer torture. I don't know how I did it, but this book is totally not for me. It's wordy, it's snarky to the point of feeling forced, the author is giving me every single detail that I don't need (I'm not stupid, I know you are not using your cell phone to play Angry Birds in a zombie apocalypse), and I just wanted to yell, "Get to the point already!!" I can't do it. Nope, [...]


  • Dee

    Wow. This book is utterly fantastic! I'm usually a fast reader, but I completely devoured it. It's witty and hilarious, and actually fun to read! I absolutely loved the plot, and Cassie, the main character was completely identifiable. The fact that it actually had intense, serious moments while still managing to be absolutely hilarious was fantastic, and it stuck with me, afterwards, too. I only have one complaint - I NEED more!


  • Kimberly

    I was expecting something different and simply more from this book. The synopsis makes it sound like it's Cassie's idea to go across the country to save her friend, but it's not. And they aren't even close friends anymore. They had a falling out and the only reason Cassie chose to go is because of Rory. I felt like the ending was rushed. Norman got shot and miraculously the one doctor is able to save him; even though, he was a psychiatrist. They synopsis set it up to be a different book. It's no [...]


  • Mikayla Gray

    Quick disclaimer - I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, however this has in no way influenced my write-up. Also, this review contains spoilers. I tried to avoid them, but there were some plot points that I couldn't not mention to get my points across.Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (that I know of) - or just Confessions, which is what I'll be calling the book from here on out, because I'll be damned if I'm typing that title out again! - is a [...]


  • Lissa Rice

    **Four Boundless Stars** Full Review and Rating will be up on Boundless Book Reviews


  • Louisa

    Oh, this book was hilarious and awesome, and I loved reading about Cassie and her friends and their journey across a zombie-torn country!


  • Jennifer

    I liked the plot. It was a good storyline, and I liked the ending. However, there were quite a few things I didn't like. For example, it was written in first person, but I really don't feel like I got to know her. I never saw her emotions--not really. Hell, I wasn't even told of them. And leads me to another point, it was a lot of telling. A LOT of telling. Not much showing. That kind of bugged me a bit. And because of that, some parts were hard to visualize, which made it a little harder to kee [...]


  • Beckie

    I really wanted to like this book but atlast I did not. I was bored and turned off by the writing style. I felt the author just added to much useless info. I am 99 pages in and just read anymore. Sorry. Thank you to Jollyfish and the author for the chance to read this book but sadly it's just not my cup of tea.


  • Nancy (The Avid Reader)

    Cassie Fremont and a group of her friends are on a camping trip and one day when they are out playing with their paintball guns Cassie shoots a guy that she just happens to have a major crush on. But he doesn’t stay dead long before she is has to kill him a second time by bashing his brains in with said paintball gun. She tries to explain to everyone that he turned into a zombie but no one listens to her and so she in thrown in jail. Of course it doesn’t take people long to realize what is t [...]


  • Reads & Reels

    Can a zombie book be cute? Hell, why not? This one was as funny as it was gory and I had a lot of fun reading it. The protagonist, Cassie, is cute, quirky, and a serious bad ass! A girl after my own heart. She’s always been “one of the guys” until one of said guys, tries to take a bite out of her. Oh the trials of first love lol.After, a freak paintball accident kills one of her best friends and crush, Cassie needs to use the skill set she’s learned from being an atypical girl to survive [...]


  • Reads & Reels

    Can a zombie book be cute? Hell, why not? This one was as funny as it was gory and I had a lot of fun reading it. The protagonist, Cassie, is cute, quirky, and a serious bad ass! A girl after my own heart. She’s always been “one of the guys” until one of said guys, tries to take a bite out of her. Oh the trials of first love lol.After, a freak paintball accident kills one of her best friends and crush, Cassie needs to use the skill set she’s learned from being an atypical girl to survive [...]


  • Rae

    Cassie’s just a girl going on a camping trip with her best friends when she accidentally shoots her crush in the head with a paintball gun. Then, when he dies and comes back as a zombie, she kills him again. Of course, nobody believes her when she says she just killed the first zombie, and she winds up locked up in her local jail while the world ends outside. She makes it back to a small group of surviving friends, finds out the twin sister of one of them is trapped in New York (they live in C [...]


  • Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)

    Zombie books these days don't usually follow likable teenage protagonists, when they do they seem to be filled with either Warrior Princesses channeling the likes of Xena, Broody boys whose every decision is decided by which girls pants he is trying to get into, or my favorite (note the sarcasm) the characters act ambivalent to the carnage going on around them because they have problems (often petty) of their own to sort out. Whatever the issue I've read it and most likely harped on those charac [...]


  • Melanie Marsh

    This story starts off with a bit of a bang. The synopsis tells us something bad is about to happen, but it’s one of those things that you don’t realize it’s going to be quite like that until it actually happens and you’re like, “OH DAAAAMN!” From there on, it’s about a group of teenagers trying to make it from California to New York City at the beginning of the Zombie Apocalypse to find the twin sister of one of the female leads, Rory. Their friendships are put to the ultimate test [...]


  • Diana (Offbeat Vagabond)

    Original review here: offbeatvagabond/2014/05/confessions-of-very-first-zombie-slayermlConfessions of the First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of) is one hell of a read. I didn't know what exactly I was getting into, I just knew it would be a lot of fun. I was right. Our main character, Cassie, was such a strong character to get behind. There were times I forgot she was only 15 because she seemed wise beyond her years. She had her head on straight and was very smart. I see why this book took place f [...]


  • Lehua Parker

    You know when you read a book about teens and you think the author just didn’t get it? Well, F.J.R. Titchenell gets video gaming, paintballing, Vespa riding, teenage tomboy angst, true love, the uses of theater paint—oh, and killing zombies.Confessions of The Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of) is awesome like that.The story is told in a flashback diary format, a record written by teenage Cassie Fremont for future generations about the first week the dead came back to life. It’s the [...]


  • Kay

    Actual Rating: 3.5 StarsI received a free copy of this novel from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Quick Summary: Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer is a decently unique zombie novel guaranteed to make you laugh.What I LikedA good amount of the zombie fighting scenes in this book were original and a nice twist on the zombie killing genre. Sure, this book isn’t unique all the time, but there are a few very strongly original scenes that Titchenell deserves to be given cred [...]


  • All Things Urban Fantasy

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyCONFESSIONS OF THE VERY FIRST ZOMBIE SLAYER (THAT I KNOW OF) felt very reminiscent of The Walking Dead with slow walking zombies, groups of people battling against each other for resources while a zombie horde threatens humanity’s very existence. Except this story revolves around kids with the random adult side character. It was interesting seeing how quickly these kids had to grow up and deal with very human and adult issues of love, death, and betra [...]


  • Kayla

    Phew zombie apocalypse! Although the author jumps right into this tale and we don't really end up with a lot of background on why everything has gone bonkers, I felt like the novel started off with a bang. I usually don't read many zombie novels. I've just never gotten into the whole being dead thing LOL However, if all zombie books cracked me up like this one, I'd totally start reading them all. The characters were great. I'll admit I wish there was alittle more "meat" to the characters sometim [...]


  • Ann Meyers

    I dread the concept of zombies, so deciding to read Confessions Of The Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of) was a giant step out of my comfort zone. With trembling hands, I turned to page one. Imagine my shock when I got sucked into the story from chapter 1 and found myself turning pages to see what came next. Confessions is definitely a horror story, with very scary and horrific scenes, yet it is told in a way that makes the reader laugh. Kudos to F. J. R. Titchenell for portraying a prota [...]


  • Colette

    Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of), by F.J.R Titchenell, takes place during the Zombie Apocalypse. The storyline consists of the main character, Cassie (and self-titled zombie slayer), fighting to help her friend rescue her sister in New York. The author's descriptions of the scenes are visually inciting and imaginative, that is my favorite part of the novel. Also the cover fits perfectly with the story! However, the plot lacks an arch, it is all action, which leaves fe [...]


  • LisaMcClary

    Queue cool end of days background musicWhere to start. Well I'm not really sure where. My first zombie book with nothing to compare it to, but I give it 5 stars. It was funny and sad but in no particular order. Not a heavy dose of sad which I actually liked. There wasn't time for very much reminiscing in this new world for cassie. No dwelling on the past because there was over 3000 miles and a million or so dead ahead of her. Oh and her band of friends, and the eagle scout. All in all it flowed [...]


  • Holly

    This is the story of a band of teenagers on a cross-country rescue mission after the zombie apocalypse. Cassie has the misfortune of being the first witness to a reanimation after her crush dies in a paintball accident. She kills him (again), thus becoming the very first zombie slayer (that she knows of). She's arrested, but when chaos erupts, she escapes police custody and goes on a mission to find her friends before it's too late.I liked this book a lot. The narrator was sarcastic and sassy, j [...]


  • Krista

    Ok without being too harsh I did not like this book at all, starting from the first chapter. Now I love a good zombie book. However the zombie book must explain the apocalypse, right? No this book just jumps into it. Within the first chapter for a young adult book there is foul language already. I would never allow the young adults in my home to read this at all. The over all story line was good but not going anywhere for me as the reader. I rated this book overall a one because there was no-dep [...]


  • Jonathan

    This was surprisingly well written, though at first I must admit to feeling it borrowed quite a bit from some recent Hollywood movies (Warm Bodies/Zombieland), it did pick up its own pace and tone after the first few chapters. The first part of the book had a bit of predictability, I always find it troublesome knowing something is going to happen in a given book, and it rather makes you expect the rest of the book to play out in the same tried and true manner (The storytelling itself, with a gre [...]


  • Lydiah

    F.J.R. Titchenell tells the story of Cassie, a teenage girl who accidentally kills her crush “during Boy Scout Troop 146’s annual spring break camping trip” (page 2) and becomes the very first zombie slayer. She then goes on a thrilling adventure to save one of her best friends in the zombie infested world, stuck with an Eagle Scout, his annoying younger sister, two of her best friends, and one of her oldest friends. They will face all odds in a road trip across America, in this awe striki [...]


  • Carrie

    Kindle Unlimited. Worth reading for free, but I wouldn't have wanted to pay for it.This book is a middle grade book, and I ultimately didn't think it was a mg book that also would appeal to adults. There was no backstory or why to the zombies. The characters were pretty flat. The plot downright nonsensical and required too much suspension of disbelief for me. There was not enough peril (a few unskilled kids in the middle of a zombie apocalypse? Surprisingly few zombies). The main character start [...]


  • Adrianne James

    Okay, so I read the title and wanted to read it without ever seeing the summary. Seriously, how fantabulous is that title? Anyway, when I managed to become one of the lucky few who got ARCs, I was thrilled!So I waited and waited and FINALLY it came in the mail (Okay, so maybe it was like a week, but waiting on books is torture). This isn't my typical book. I have read zombie books before. Very few actually. But it has to have something to grab me. This did. The humor that F.J.R. Tichenell was ab [...]


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