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Zombie Attack!

When brain-gobbling zombies invade, a sleep­over at Zack Clarke's house quickly turns into a Level-3 creep-over. The undead have infested the streets, filling the air with deathly moans and the stench of rotting flesh.

Meet the Zombie Chasers:

Zack: His house is a wreck, his sister's a zombie, and he's stolen his mom's Volvo. He's totally going to be grounded if he survives the night.

Rice: He's studied The Zombie Survival Guide, but is he prepared to fight the living dead?

Madison: She seriously cannot believe her best friend has become a zombie and left her alone with these dweebs!

They're on a mission to save the world, but first they have to survive their flesh-eating, half-dead neighbors and one another. Can the Zombie Chasers make it out alive?

©2010 Alloy Entertainment (P)2010 HarperCollins Publishers

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Great fun!

Though meant for kids, this is a fun little bokk for adults too, especially if you like zombies. The characters are very well done, and though it has some "yuck" moments, it is a well-paced adventure.

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it was ok

it was good but i wish the ending was better because it just wants you to read the next book.