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Zombies Don't Forgive, by
Rusty Fischer is a Young
Adult zombie novel. Not a young adult novel in a world where the zombie
apocalypse has occurred. If you want that, go check out Eternal
Aftermath. No, in this series the young adults are
must admit that I had been saving this book to read because it looked
cool and I wanted to give it to myself as a reward, because I love the
zombie thing. So when
I found teenaged zombies living in a love triangle, I might have
groaned like a zombie myself. Still, I figured I would give it a try.
a book staring undead it took a long time to get to any serious action.
Over a hundred pages. The first conflict is them not liking Stamp's new
girlfriend. So Maddy
and Dane start spying on them. At least they really do act like
teenagers, even if they have no pulse.
little action comes in later, but no too much. I kept hoping this book
would step up in the action department a bit more. I have read a lot of
YA fiction this year
and some has risen above the genre and delivered some cliff hanger
adventures. I will say that I liked the book more when Maddy was on her
own and forced to use her wits to overcome the tricky situation they
were lured into.
guess the thing that kept me from giving it more stars was that it
seemed more like a young adult book with zombies thrown in than a horror
novel that just happened
to be about young characters.
It was a fun read and quite comic in many places, which set more of a light-hearted tone. One might almost call this an undead action comedy more than anything else. I think younger readers might enjoy this relaxed look into this unique world of the functioning zombies. There is action, and people fight for their un-lives, but it is Maddy's tongue-in-cheek inner voice that makes the novel more enjoyable.
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