Saturday, November 1, 2014

Zombie's Don't Cry Book Review by Rusty Fischer

     
Title: Zombie's Don't Cry
Author: Rusty Fischer
Year:©2011
Chapters:32
Pages:371
My Rating:(5/5)ΨΨΨΨΨ
Genre:Fiction
Format:ARC
Sources:Madallion Press
Publishers:Madallion Press


                                              "ABOUT THE BOOK"


Maddy Swift is just a normal girl-a high school junior surviving class with her best friend hoping the yummy new kid, Stamp,will as her out. When he finally does, her whole life changes. Sneaking out to meet Stamp at a party one rainy night,Maddy is struck by lighting. After awaking, she feels lucky to be alive. Over time, however, Maddy realizes that she's becoming the thing she and everyone else fear the most:the living dead.



                          "MY REVIEW"

As you can see above I really love this book. I have never read a zombie story in my life, (gosh I need to explore more books often). Rusty Fischer's book was amazing. A good tale about a normal high school student turing into a zombie. He really got my attention on that. Only reading the synopsis I was hooked. I am glad that I can read the other two in the series. This is a wonderful fiction book for YA lovers out there. It reminded me of "My Babysitter Is A Vampire Movie". I love Maddy's character which sort of reminds me of me.♥. Its hard to adjust to a new life when you turn into a monster screaming "BRAINS". LOL gets me all the time. Storyline (5/5), book cover(5/5), author(5/5). This is a highly requested book I will indeed recommend to you all. If monster books and zombies are your favorite you won't be disappointed. Lets just talk about how the chapters have amazing titles(I must add). They added to the storyline and were very indeed creative.



                        "THE AUTHOR"




Rusty Fischer, a former high school teacher, has worked for the best - selling educational magazine The Mailbox, Learing, and Bookbag. As a full - time free writer, he has had his work for teens and young adults published in Seventeen, Stories fir a Teen Heart, and Soup for the Preteen Souls.



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