Flip this Zombie by Jesse Petersen

Living with the Dead, Book 2

Synopsis: The Zombie Apocalypse has been good to Sarah and David. Their marriage is better than ever. They communicate well, share responsibilities, and now, they’re starting a business. ZombieBusters-for all your zombie extermination needs.
There are lots of zombies and that means lots of customers…Except one of them doesn’t want the zombies dead, he wants them alive and ready for experimentation. Mad scientists make for difficult clients and this time, Sarah and David might have bitten off more than they can chew.

Review: I admit I do not read a lot of books featuring zombies. A reason? Not even one, I do not know why it’s the case. This is why I really enjoy immersing myself from time to time in this kind of stories.

We find again with a great pleasure our young couple Sarah and David, always lively and hilarious. Sure, their relationship has evolved since the first volume, but they are still arguing over nothing. It must be said that in this world, we can always find a topic to bring up. We therefore follow the duo who, after creating their small business to kill zombies, deals to exterminate nests where anyone needs them. The world is gradually built accordingly and refugee camps have emerged. Although it is always difficult and complicated, people are doing what they can to live a normal life. And while they keep hope, David and Sarah are hired by a scientist to bring some zombies to find a cure to this disease. And well, everyone has only one desire: to believe him for good.
But when some bionic zombies appear, nothing goes as planned. But Sarah is intrigued and absolutely wants to learn more about them. In addition to our small group, we can count Robbie, an intelligent and independent boy to complete our amazing trio. I really enjoyed this character upon arrival. He always says what he wants and is confronted to situations unlike any other boy at his age. He was able to bring a little more to the story, changing this trio to something like a family, and it is quite touching. Of course for a boy at his age, we see that he has still grown up too fast.
We also have many questions about the work of our scientific, but we discover the truth at the end of the book. We understand the concerns of David but it is true that we are attracted by the prospect of Sarah and we would like to make it all happen according to her desire.
This volume opens up some great possibilities for the rest of the story and I must say that I’m curious to see what will happen in the third volume. Discovering if there really is a wall and a new life somewhere else. It is a world filled with violence but also people who are struggling to survive. I enjoyed this book, like the first one, this is really a very good story of zombies.


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