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Reviewed by April Gilly for Readers' Favorite
Jordan's Brains: A Zombie Evolution by J. Cornell Michel is about zombie obsessed Jordan who lives in Gardner House, a psychiatric hospital in Maryland. From a young age, Jordan has been obsessed with zombies and everything about them, even going so far as to make a fact booklet about what to do if zombies were to invade: how to plan and organize escape routes to family, run drills, and have a survival kit ready in the closet. Jordan is completely ready for zombies and is just waiting for them to arrive, but finds that zombies aren't quite what the movies and books portray them to be. Jordan finds that everything they know about zombies is wrong and lives through an interesting experience while the zombies are terrorizing humans.
Jordan's Brains is not your average zombie book. These zombies aren't stupid and they manage to retain some parts of their human selves after being infected, even being able to remember where they stashed their family and how to get to them. Jordan's Brains is extremely well written and goes into vivid detail about what Jordan experiences, and it put me right there with Jordan through everything. The thing that makes Jordan's Brains such a good book is that it doesn't proceed along the lines of what everybody says zombies are like. It puts a completely new spin on the entire zombie thing. It's refreshing and an amazing and enjoyable read. The mystery of the book is Jordan's gender. J. Cornell Michel never reveals Jordan's gender and I can't figure out male or female.