Revenge of Zeeka: Zeeka and the Zombies, Book 1, is an engaging introduction to the story of a mysterious vengeful man and futuristic zombies that were created with the misuse of modern science.
The zombies wreak havoc on a small exotic island named Gosh in the year 2036.
Why does this man want revenge?
Who will save the islanders from him?
One man knows his secrets, but can he intervene to stop the carnage?
Who is this man?
Read all five books in the spell-binding series Zeeka Chronicles.
"Good zombie tale
This is a good zombie story and a great beginning to the series.
Brenda Mohammed is clearly a talented writer.
The action is fast and plentiful, and the author spends a good amount of time developing her characters, which is impressive for a story that is on the short side.
I recommend checking out this story and then following up with the other books in the series!"
Amazon Reviewer: C. A. Hart
5.0 out of 5 starsAn intriguing start of a promising series.
By Katerina Sestakova on May 29, 2016
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This is a story about a mad scientist who got really mad. We do not learn about him and his motives much in this book since it’s just the first part of the series. Yet Brenda Mohammed shows us the first consequences of his madness in this clever story about a virus outbreak leading to an emergence of strange zombie-like people. The fast pace and amount of action keeps this story thrilling. At the same time, the author manages to give us a glimpse of the main characters’ feelings that do not concern the zombies directly. We can observe a young doctor planning her marriage and her admirer’s disappointment. This seems to be a plot within the main plot, and it makes this story more complex, the characters easier to relate to, which is not easy to achieve in such a short story that is packed with action. Yet there is a final twist that reveals to us that personal lives of the main protagonists may be infected by Zeeka’s influence more than it seems at first glance.
This book leaves many questions unanswered and makes me look forward to reading the sequels. I can even imagine this book as a good movie.