You'll Never Take Me Alive

Bunny Wonders was your shy, timid, average girl-in-the-back-of-the-class. That is, before the zombies came. It started off as a disease. Everyone thought that it would go away, no questions asked. Bunny knew better, yet she never said anything, since she hoped it would be better.

It didn't.

Zombies were everywhere. Soon, it turned into an apocalypse. Bunny's friends and family were gone. Forever.

She found survivors and now it's up to them to try to survive.

Hope you enjoy.


1. The Disease

"Bunny Winders."

I looked up.

"Um, it's, um, Wonders, not Winders." I said in my soft, shy voice.


That's how my day always goes. Teacher getting my name wrong, me trying to speak up, but, as always, no one cares what I have to say. I'm invisible. At home, my big brother, Alex, takes care of me. My mother, Alice, is alive, she is just, um, a little, mental. She experienced a trauma when she was younger, but she never told us what happened. Alex suffers from a disease that makes him hallucinate. When that happens, I'm all alone. Ever since I found out, I've been researching every possible disease. Once, I was looking and I found this one disease. It's called Zombitis. It's when you, well, turn into a zombie. I researched it more, out of fear, and I found out that it was created by a guy named Exaiver Jack. Apparently, he wanted to live forever. He accidentally released a chemical while he was making it, and his girlfriend, Angie, walked in, somehow knew that he was in danger, and pushed him out of the room. She was about to run out, but it was too late. He watched in horror as the love of his life turn into a mutated creature that day. He watched as her once pale skin turned into rotting flesh. He saw her white-blonde hair turn stringy and disgusting. He watched as her beautiful blue eyes turned dead and cold. She eventually got out and infected hundreds of people. Every single one turned to zombies. Every single one bit and infected more and more people. Every single one died. It's an extremely rare disease. It hasn't happened and it won't happen ever again.

At least that's what I thought.

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