"This must be what Dorothy felt like, I think. Maybe. If Dorothy was six scared teenagers and Oz was hell."
When I saw ALLLLLLL of my friends reading All the Rage recently I figured I would end up reading it wrong (see Exhibit A) and opted for Summers’ version of zombies instead . . .
What can I say? I’m not interested in being the oddball again this week but I enjoy brain-nomming stories. *shrug*
However, being that Summers is Summers, this book had a lot less of this . . .
With a lot more of this . . .
The premise seemed familiar – the zombie apocalypse began a week ago, leaving
The only thing that separates them from the undead is a chain link fence . . .
*DUN DUN DUNNNNNNNNN*
Okay, so while the basic concept has been done a time or twelve before the delivery was 100% unique. If Lord of the Flies and The Walking Dead had a baby you might end up with something along the lines of This Is Not A Test. If you like your zombies with a lot of gore and a high body count you should probably look elsewhere. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a “zombie” book that deals more with questions or mortality and morality, this is the book for you. Summers is quickly becoming a YA fave.
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