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Sequel to Neeta Lyffe's Zombie Exterminator....
Zombie problem? Call Neeta Lyffe, the zombie exterminator - but not this weekend.
On vacation at an exterminator's convention, she's looking to relax, have fun, and enjoy a little romance. Too bad the zombies have a different idea. When they rise from their watery graves to take over the city by the bay, it looks like it'll be a working vacation after all.
Enjoy the thrill of re-kill with Neeta Lyffe, zombie exterminator.
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- Dawn Witzke
This is a fun book!
What did you like best about this story?
My favorite moments in the book
The comments between the two Moms after the news report had me rolling.
The elevator scene where Ted finally kisses Neeta. They get interrupted by an old couple who instead of getting on the elevator, leaves them to it.
The scene where Ted tells Neeta about how she stopped everyone at the hospital to tell them that she loved him.
What does Becky Parker bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The audio is fabulous. I love Becky's range of voices and how she really brings the humor to life.
Any additional comments?
This book is hilarious. There are plenty of caricatured people and environmental activist groups (TREE terrorists) and wacky ideas (feeding dead people to the fishes). It's a light fun book where the zombies are not at all scary. Unlike popular zombie fiction, like the Walking Dead and Zombieland, the world hasn't ended, people are not trying to kill each other to save their own ass. Instead, zombies are more annoying pests like brown recluse spiders or neighbors than killing machines. Although, they are pretty gross.
I love the characters.
The swords...I'll take the Connor McCloud and the Duncan McCloud. (Can you throw in Christopher Lambert and Adrian Paul with those? It's for completely innocent reasons. Honest.)
I want the Nanofabric pants. That way when I lose or gain weight I don't have to buy new pants.
The Not So Great
The relationship between Neeta and Ted is so messed up. The lack of communication between those two is bizarre.
It took a bit for me to figure out if there was a plot at first. I did finally get it, but it's very understated.
If you want a fun read about zombies that isn't scary, this is the book you want to get.