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on May 02, 2012 :
If you are reading this review and you haven’t already read the first book in the Zombie Fallout series, you really need to find it and start there. Just sayin’.
If you have read the first book in the series and are here looking at Zombie Fallout 2, then you’ve already been bitten. Pun intended. It’s too late for you. You’ve already succumbed and become (da da da dum…) a Zombie Fallout Fan!
Mark Tufo’s series about the effects of an untested Swine flu virus (no disrespect meant to any hogs who might be reading this) is addictive. It must also be contagious, because everyone I told, and who went on to read the first book, couldn’t wait to read the next.
Michael Talbot’s second journal continues on right where the first left off, and takes you through a hair-raising quest to find a safe haven in the midst of the madness. Just like the first book, you will cringe. You will laugh. You will cry. (Ok, maybe just us girls will cry. You guys can pretend you got something in your eye.) I won’t provide any spoilers cuz I’m not that kind of gal. But, I will say you’re gonna want to read this if for no other reason than to find out what busted nuts, mini vans, McDonald’s drive-thrus, hairless tails, and winters in North Dakota all have in common!
Read on, ZF fans – and maybe while you’re at it you should go ahead and get Zombie Fallout 3. I know I will!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)