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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Diary of a Minecraft Wimpy Zombie: First Day of Middle School, Volume 1 is a children's adventure fan fiction novel written by Steve The Zombie. Zombulon, or Z, as most people call him, is a young zombie who's about to start middle school. He's pretty excited about the upcoming first day. While school usually gets pretty boring afterwards, there's something special about the first day, especially since it's middle school. His older brother, Arrgh, or R for short, also goes to middle school. Zombie kids have it harder than humans. They don't get to go to school during the day. Instead they wake up just as the sun is setting and come home from school just before sunrise. Z likes to write. Besides writing in his diary, he likes to make up stories. He decided to write one about a human kid who becomes a hero. R says it's a really bad idea, and that their parents wouldn't be at all impressed with a story that is positive about human beings, but Z likes the idea. He gets so involved in his story that he stops paying attention in class and continues writing about Todd, the human. His teacher takes his notebook and likes what he sees, and, before you know it, Z is writing a serial for the school newspaper. But not everybody is so impressed with his story.
Steve The Zombie's adventure fan fiction tale for children, Diary of a Minecraft Wimpy Zombie, is an entertaining and imaginative take on the middle school diary genre. Do zombies really eat human brains? Z assures the reader, that while they do eat brains, they're not human but animal brains, like some people eat animal meat. He's not even crazy about the taste of brains except for chicken brains, which taste, predictably, like chicken. Steve's story, which is Minecraft fan fiction, takes the reader into the world of zombies while it encourages him/her to try their own hand at writing in a diary or journal, or even creating a series of exciting tales about heroes and villains. While not normally a big fan of zombie fiction, I was soon able to forget about that fact and got totally involved in Z's well-written story. Diary of a Minecraft Wimpy Zombie is recommended for zombie lovers, Minecraft fans, middle school kids, and the young at heart.