Kidnapping, Arson, and killer zombies.
Zeeka's Child (Revenge of Zeeka Book 2) is a continuation of the science fiction novella "Revenge of Zeeka," a tale about futuristic zombies and their Master Zeeka.
It is the second story in Revenge of Zeeka :Horror Trilogy, which obtained a five-star review and five star seal from Readers Favorite International in September 2016.
The story evolves into a more complicated plot.
Detectives Jack Wildy and Jerry Cole have to deal with kidnapping, threatened suicide, and arson. They uncover major corruption in the Police Force, and a few 'skeletons' jump out of the closet.
In a shocking turn of events, Zeeka is revealed.
Who is the mystery Master Zeeka, and who is Zeeka's child?
5.0 out of 5 starsZombie Romance
By Katerina Sestakova on October 16, 2016
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This is an interesting science fiction story about zombies who were created with the help of modern science. They differ from traditional zombies in many aspects. They are controlled by their mysterious master Zeeka through sophisticated technology. Many of them do not even eat human flesh, but that trait alone does not make them harmless.
The core of this book in the series focuses on a relatively fresh couple, Janet and Raynor. Janet finds out she is pregnant with the man she had been engaged to before Raynor. He is not just an ordinary ex, but someone whom they both see as a mad scientist. Yet the child in her womb is not the only reminder of her past. There is also a necklace her former lover gave to Janet, which contains more secrets than it seems at first glance. It’s a fascinating tale of kidnap, arson and a lot of other action. There are many shocking twists, but the main one revolves around the question who Zeeka’s child is.
The second book answers many questions the first book left us with, but it also poses many new questions. That’s why i am already looking forward to reading the third book.
I read this book in one sitting since it’s difficult to put down once one starts to read it. The story itself is quite complex for such a short book. There are not many authors who can say so much without wasting a single word. Brenda Mohammed excels in this respect.