Meet Addison! She is a lot like other girls her age. Her interests include celebrities, fashion, and blogging. She loves spending time with her friends at the mall. And her personality is both bubbly and infectious. Not as infectious, however, as Hepfolk.
After the deadly Hepfolk virus turned over 80% of the world into zombies, Addison started learning quickly that life was nothing like it used to be. Wanting to help others with the lesson she's leaned over her months surviving (and likely also missing her blog) Addison has compiled three guidebooks to help those other like her trying to stay alive now that zombie roam the Earth.
Kicking things off with her top survival ideas, Addison's tips and hint are sure to get you smiling. Between her anecdotes and unconventional advice, you're sure to be ready to make it until the end of the world after hearing Addison's ideas for survival.
Next, enjoy Addison's new post-apocalyptic cookbook that is sure to give you new meals and treats to share with the people in your "survival family."
Finally, after realizing just how dangerous and heart breaking living in a world full of zombies can be, Addison writes a final guidebook filled with hard choices and impossible goodbyes. It is sure to be a rollercoaster of emotions as listeners watch Addison come face to face what could be her last days on Earth.
This audiobook was split into three major sections. The first was a list guide on how to survive a zombie apocalypse. I found this section long and I was disinterested. The second section was a cookbook guide for the zombie apocalypse. This was more interesting and made me want to try out some of her recipes. The final section was a journal of the bad weather and trying to make it to JFK, where Allison's small group could be a part of a real community. Certain events made this trip even more urgent.
I am glad I stuck this audiobook out and listed all the way through. I definitely think young adults who love zombie movies and books will like this unique take on life during a zombie apocalypse. It brings humor, and lightheartedness when Allison is writing guides on how she is making the best of a horrible situation, but even Allison gets down on life in the end, when things get pretty dire. Great addition for middle school and high school students.