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The Zombie Chronicles - Book 2

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Race For The Cure Is On

When “The Zombie Chronicles- Apocalypse Unleashed” ended a fellow survivor named Tahoe had stolen the vials that could cure Val of the zombie infection along with their vehicle. Now in the sequel, “The Zombie Chronicles-A Race For The Cure” find Nick, Dean, Val, Lucas, ...
When “The Zombie Chronicles- Apocalypse Unleashed” ended a fellow survivor named Tahoe had stolen the vials that could cure Val of the zombie infection along with their vehicle. Now in the sequel, “The Zombie Chronicles-A Race For The Cure” find Nick, Dean, Val, Lucas, Jackie, and Claire in a race against time to catch up with Tahoe and retrieve the cure before it’s too late and Val completely turns into a zombie for good. It is a good thing that the bag that held the vials had a tracking devise hidden inside.

As they are traveling closer and closer to Tahoe’s location they find themselves in several sticky situations where they have to fight for their lives and survival. Since Tahoe stole their vehicle they have to walk and they soon come to a town that looks like it had been bombed. As they are slowly but carefully making their way through the rubble Dean falls through said rubble into a hole filled with debris but of course it isn’t just filled with dirt, cement, and rocks, it also has a horde of walking dead. The group works hard for a way to get him out, finally lowing a rope and helps him escape just in the nick of time. They end up finding a pick-up truck, hotwire it and get back on Tahoe’s trail.

Eventually the tracking device becomes stationary and they realize they are not far behind him. They only have one problem; Val has been completely turned. Now the ticking clock has gotten louder and time has almost run out. They arrive at the gates of Kingsville, a town surrounded by razor wire fence, a manned and armed gate and just a ton of soldiers with tanks, weapons, and all things military. Before they are allowed inside they have to be checked by the medical personnel. While waiting their turn they meet a woman looking for her sister. She has flyers with her picture and basic information. The nurse at the clinic denies every seeing her.

They all manage to get in and sneak Val into their assigned hotel room. They leave her tied up and they head out to locate Tahoe and their missing vials. Everywhere they go people deny ever seeing Tahoe. They encounter a whole lot of strange people and even manage to get out of a bar brawl. As they pass by an old man he advises them to escape while they still can by jumping the fence. They regroup and head back to their room only to discover Val has gone missing.

What happened to Val? Where is Tahoe and exactly who is he? Will they make it out of this situation alive? Will they be able to save Val in time from becoming a full-fledge zombie? To get these answers and more pick up your copy of this great series. If you are a fan of all things zombies then this is not a series you want to miss out on. Chrissy Peebles has written a great sequel in her Zombie Chronicles and it will surely become a favorite of yours that you will reread over and over.

posted by anitah1492 on December 4, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Writing great

Loved the first one awesome story. So i look up second and i worried because it said the rest would be in novella form and at 2.99 that would be to much for to little 4 me. I took chance was happy to see over 600 plus pages...but then i noticed the page nubers skippin...
Loved the first one awesome story. So i look up second and i worried because it said the rest would be in novella form and at 2.99 that would be to much for to little 4 me. I took chance was happy to see over 600 plus pages...but then i noticed the page nubers skipping...so for every 100 pages you get 45 to maybe little over 50 i dont know why but now i will never know how it ends becausr i am not paying 2.99 for a novella.

posted by onereadingmama on January 2, 2013

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