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Kill Happy
     

Kill Happy

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by R.G. Richards
 
Kill Happy (Zora Baker #3)

Deeply moving and extraordinarily suspenseful, Kill Happy captures the struggle between saving the remnants of humanity and satisfying personal desires. This is an apocalyptic thriller mixed with rip roaring humor.

If you thought "Children of the Corn" were bad, wait until you meet these children. They are strong willed and

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Kill Happy (Zora Baker #3)

Deeply moving and extraordinarily suspenseful, Kill Happy captures the struggle between saving the remnants of humanity and satisfying personal desires. This is an apocalyptic thriller mixed with rip roaring humor.

If you thought "Children of the Corn" were bad, wait until you meet these children. They are strong willed and have a plan. Zombies have destroyed mankind, but these children have prepared. They are the new generation and have crafted a New Eden to repopulate the world away from the zombie scourge. Their Adam and Eve scenario can work, except some backward thinking adults think the plan is barbaric and must be stopped. They believe the children don't know what they are doing and are being led astray by possible pedophiles with hidden motives. What would you do if in this new brave world?

Something strange is happening. It's not the constant zombie threat, this is something new, something sinister. Camp Brandt's children are Kill Happy and long to slash a zombie with their machetes. But that's not it, not entirely. Zora Baker keeps hearing the phrase "We're the Future." From adults it is wrong, but from the children, eerie.

The evil Doctor Blake is doing something to the kids, Zora (Zee) knows it in her gut. These kids are already dealing with the loss of their parents - eaten by zombies. Now they have to be subjected to God knows what from a monster like Blake.

The children are aglow with their blind worship of the man. Is it a cult or other nefarious activity that has ensnared these innocents? Zee knows it's not right and she is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery and set these kids free. If that means putting Blake down, she will.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016175430
Publisher:
R.G. Richards
Publication date:
02/28/2013
Series:
Zora Baker , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
290
File size:
777 KB

Meet the Author

Robert George Richards is a lifelong Missourian who writes Fantasy/Paranormal/Romance novels. He was an enthusiastic reader of tales from China, Japan, Hong Kong, and others, most of which were "borrowed" from his father's private collection. These faraway tales provided the fertile ground which produced a rich imagination capable of spinning strange and unique stories of distant lands and people. Outside of reading and writing, he is a beginning swimmer, a gym hater, and an avid gardener of Sugar Baby melons.

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Kill Happy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
sportzmomof5 More than 1 year ago
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. This was another amazing story by Richards.  In this third installment of the series Richards brings all the pieces together.  For me this installment was the best out of the three.  You can see how the author has matured as  writer.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has so much in it. The series is great and I still have one more to read. Cant wait.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book continues where the first book left off. Zora and her friends are at the new camp when zombie hordes attack and then they are off on another adventure of zombie smashing. I loved this book, especially the ending. Little Betsy is the true hero of this story and her plight in the zombie world is incredible to say the least. Read this book as fast as you can. I look forward to reading the conclusion of the saga.