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Diary of a Minecraft Zombie Steve: Beeper, Volume 1 is an action and adventure fan fiction novel for children by Steve The Zombie. Zombie Steve is a Lieutenant in the Zombie Fright Coalition as well as a miner. He was getting ready for a Sunday's entertainment scaring villagers with his pals, Zombie Bart and Archie the Skeleton, when they noticed a reward poster for a missing human child from Valhalla. None of them had seen the child; then again, all human children looked alike to them. On Tuesday, he found a bit of free time after work to do a bit more scaring with his pals when the three friends were terrified by an unearthly sound, the laughter of a child ghost, coming out of Wolfe Forest. They all screamed, and Archie and Bart fled the scene, but Steve had to find out what made that awful noise. He soon came upon Howler, the leader of the resident wolf pack who was being tormented with a stick by a ghost kid. Steve liked Howler and didn't feel very good about leaving him in this position, so he howled and moaned and made truly awful zombie noises at the kid, but the kid just smiled and laughed. His name was Beep, and, yes, he was the missing child, and Zombie Steve would have an awfully hard time trying to get Beep back to Valhalla.
Steve The Zombie's action and adventure fan fiction novel for children, Diary of a Minecraft Zombie Steve: Beeper, Volume 1, is a hilarious and exciting story about the horrible child, Beep, and the strange things that happen as Zombie Steve tries to get him back home. Along the way, they encounter all sorts of fearsome monsters: giant cave spiders, huge ocelots and a bone yard full of Bone Men, but Beep manages to terrorize anyone or anything that gets in his way. Steve's really got his hands full. Steve keeps the reader up-to-date via his diary entries, and they're a lot of fun to read. The illustrations included in this work really help to make the story real, at least as real as anything in the Minecraft Universe can be. That said, Beeper is a well-written and nicely plotted children's adventure tale that kept me interested and entertained. It's highly recommended.