For those who have not heard of the Zombie Girl series by Elle Klass, you all should go and get at least the first book. It is a good series based in Florida. You can read my review of the second book here. Not quite sure why the first book doesn’t have a review up, but I will have to fix that.
So the third book starts off where the second book ended. They have just separated, one group to follow the aircraft carrier, and the other to head to Jacksonville FL to find out if they can discover what is really going on. Obviously, when you are talking about a pandemic of sorts, nothing is as easy as you want it to be.
Bryce and Jack have it relatively easy in my opinion than Maddie and the others. But I am not on the boat with Zombie shark, so there is that. Oh did I mention there are zombie sharks? Yeah there are. Seriously if the zombie humans weren’t bad enough, there are now zombie sharks. Also did you know that not all sharks live in saltwater? There are some that can live in freshwater for small amounts of time. Consider that when you are out and about in the water.
I think this is a really fun series, and I am glad that it ends the way it does. The way it ended was actually surprising and it shows that the author really did their research instead of just ending the book. They looked at it from a few possible angles I feel, and chose the one that actually works well. Not all pandemic books have to end the same way. I am glad that the author chose to end it they way they did. I mean the story isn’t totally realistic, but the story line has some realistic qualities to it.
My 14 year old actually read this before me, but I know the author and I had read the first two books before they did, so I knew that it was appropriate. It was really hard for them to not spill the beans on what happens in the book because they were so excited about the way it ended.
I like the author’s writing style and think it really lends itself to this type of book. I have read a couple of other books outside of the Zombie girl series and think that they are all good. Really at least from what I have read, you can’t go wrong with this author.