Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin

My Review of Zoe Undead by J.R. Knoll


When I realized that this book featured a main character who had autism I was instantly intrigued.  The concept of a zombie invasion is a hot topic today, but in this book Knoll took the dystopian theme in an intriguing new direction.

The question is posed: if becoming a zombie fundamentally affects the human brain, essentially rewriting the way genetics originally laid out the inner workings, then what would happen if an individual who’s brain was already functioning in a different way was infected.  This fascinating premise opens the door for a change-of-life adventure that unfolds in the life (and undead existence) of young Zoe.  Her journey is one of heart ache and personal growth in a world that will leave nothing unaltered.

I would recommend this book to fans of YA fiction and those who are intrigued by a zombie slaying action packed plot.  The book held my attention and was realistic in a fantastic situation.  I have noticed that there is now a second installment in this series, I look forward to checking out book two, Zoe, Undead: Zombie Princess!

Don’t miss out!  Order here!

One comment on “My Review of Zoe Undead by J.R. Knoll

  1. J. R. Knoll
    October 25, 2015

    Hey there. Thanks for the wonderful and insightful review of Zoe, Undead. I found it really good and really well worded reading, and to be honest, I wouldn’t mind seeing such reviews of all 16 of my titles! No pressure.

    As you stated, there is a Zoe, Undead 2, but now Zoe, Undead 3: The Call of the Zombie Bell is live and waiting to entertain you! Just throwing that out there.

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