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Reviewed by Brenda Casto for Readers' Favorite
What happens when your town is over run by zombies? Well you barricade yourself in the WalMart and come up with a plan to get rid of the flesh eating monsters of course!
Misty and Nathan have been friends forever, so when they both get grounded and their parents cancel their annual camping trip the duo decides to run away and go camping themselves. They only last one night before deciding to return home to face the music with their parents, but when they get back to their tiny hometown of Indian Springs they quickly realize the town is abandoned except for the Zombies running around. Soon they find themselves rescuing Kali, a super smart kid who fills them in on the fact that the military is planning on blowing up the town to get rid of the zombies. It becomes a race against time as the trio hatches a plan to get rid of the zombies and save the town.
The descriptions the author used easily had me envisioning not only the action but the smells that the characters described! I really found myself laughing out loud on several occasions, Nathan was often quite funny whether he was trying to be or not! I loved the bantering that went on between Nate and Misty and even though they figured out what would kill the zombies they didn't formulate a real plan until they hooked up with Kali the town nerd, who actually turned out to be quite heroic! Because parts of the book took place in WalMart I doubt that I will ever walk through WalMart again without thinking about this story!
The icing on the cake was finding out the author includes two short stories at the end of the book! A real page turner filled with zombie killing action and laugh out loud humor that kept me wondering what might happen next! I would easily say this book would be appropriate for anyone from ten to one hundred!