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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
In Zombie Dogs SB-16: Book 2 by Ellie Douglas, the book wastes no time in plunging the reader into a world of hungry, vicious zombie dogs. The future is uncertain enough when a new threat springs up and makes things even worse. Coma patients that are infected with SB-16 are now becoming vicious, vile and hungry human zombies. In a perverted version of man's best friend, the zombie dogs and the zombie humans band together, creating an army that will destroy anything and everything in its path. Bellamy and his survivors must find a way to safety, but can they do it before they are swept up in the destruction?
I have not read the first book in the series, but this one works as a stand alone as well. It is well written and fast paced! I have not read very many zombie books, but as I branch out for more supernatural choices, this caught my interest. Zombie dogs? Now that is just an interesting concept. Bellamy is a well fleshed out character with a fair amount of depth, who truly wants to do the best he can in a bad situation, trapped in a world of death and danger, trying to keep those who are in his care safe while also looking for his other half, a twin brother. The story is good and the plot flows well, although if you don't like heavily detailed descriptions you may not like parts of this book. I, for one, enjoyed the details and just how descriptive Ellie Douglas was with it all, she didn't shy away from anything at all for sure - including bodily functions. A great read.