Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
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!
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