Erwin is in hell--- Locked in his high school with his ex-girlfriend, her new pain-in-the-ass boyfriend, and a handful of others while zombies claw at the doors trying to fight their way in. The bright light in the dark is Sylvia, whose strength helps hold Erwin together when everything is falling apart. When they realize the school is no longer safe, Erwin is determined tErwin is in hell--- Locked in his high school with his ex-girlfriend, her new pain-in-the-ass boyfriend, and a handful of others while zombies claw at the doors trying to fight their way in. The bright light in the dark is Sylvia, whose strength helps hold Erwin together when everything is falling apart. When they realize the school is no longer safe, Erwin is determined to keep the group together and get them all to safety. But he can’t save everyone....
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flesh eating zombies and evil ex girlfriends Reviews
My first and definitely not my last zombie book!! Such a fun read!!!
This book is great!If you like the Walking Dead, zombies, great YA characters with strength, courage that put up a fight, and a story that has you flipping pages till the end then this book is for you!Flesh Eating Zombies and Evil Ex-Girlfriends is one of those books I will never forget. The whole time I read it, I was like. What? Oh my god? Seriously? (Yeah I know vague! But I don't want to spoil it.) May I say though the ending was phenomenal and had me all the way to the last page. I found the ending refreshing and I didn't expect it! I really suggest if you like zombies, The Walking dead, and young adult books to take this book and read it! I promise you won't regret it! Or maybe you will . . . guess you will just have to read it to find out for sure!
I loved this book! I was on the edge of my seat, glued to my screen, needing to know what happened next. I found myself screaming at the characters a lot, just like I do at scary movies, as if they would actually hear me...they never did.I absolutely adored Sylvia and Erwin. They were adorable and I would let Erwin lead me anywhere! There were a couple characters I wanted to throw to the zombies myself, and that kept it fun and interesting as I waited to see if they would survive. Full of adventure and emotion this is one you'll want to check out. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a sequel!
3.5 stars -- I don't think I'm a real-life true zombie novel girl. I've enjoyed one series, but it's the snark and sassiness that keeps me coming back for that one. This one had a bit of that, but not enough to satisfy me.LOVED Part 1. Seriously, I LOVE LOVE LOVE how Ms. Schieffelbein explored those beginning moments when the characters are hit with the realization of what is happening, and trying to resolve that in their heads. I loved how she showed some of the crazy situations people would get themselves in, and just how hard it would be to try to survive in it. I was only meh on the Peter POV sections....I get why he was in there, but I'm pretty sure there were some timeline issues in his parts, and that ended up bugging me (like he went through 2 nights when I'm pretty sure everyone else went through 1 in the same time span). (view spoiler)[So cool concept, but my heart just didn't like taking that hurt. I'm kind of a wimp that way. (hide spoiler)]I found for the remaining parts, Sylvia and Erwin's POVs became less distinguishable. In the first part, I could see their personalities shine through a bit more. I'm not sure if it's a result of all the action and whatnot, but for the remainder of the book I consistently forgot which POV I was reading. Their voices just weren't as distinct.And I think my brain was not helping me AT ALL, b/c it kept trying to get me to think to realistically about things, and so I would notice stupid little details that had me unsuspending my disbelief. The problem is, I've read books with tiny things like this in it, and I've been fine. So not sure why my brain was all up in my grill with this one.I kind of wanted more romance too. Which is epically retarded. But, there was just so much else going on that it was just a subplot. So that was my own expectations. This was definitely more of a straight zombie novel than I was expecting.Loved and hated the ending. LOVED b/c it was realistic and real and I LOVE when authors stretch the boundaries. HATED b/c, well, I can't really say. (view spoiler)[I'm still that reader that wants a happy ending. There were just so many deaths of awesome people, which was real. But I guess I didn't want real. I wanted miracles. I did love that Amy and Rob found each other and got saved. I think I would have enjoyed it more if there was this awesome epilogue of Amy when she's all grown up telling her children the story of the amazing Sylvia and Erwin. But then it wouldn't have necessarily fit you know? (hide spoiler)]So basically, GREAT Zombie novel. And I learned that I apparently don't like zombie novels. ;)
I won this book in a giveaway on Goodreads. The book is about Erwin and how one day changed his life. Something happens where a virus is turn people into zombies. He is lock inside his school with a few teachers, fellow students,his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend. He learns how to come together and help ours to get to safe haven. When the school is no longer safe, he helps organize everyone on getting a cars and supplies. He goes to taking care of his friends little sister and becomes closer to a girl name Sylvia.The book is a wonderful read. I would love to see more books like this from this author. R.M. Schiffelbein made you feel every emotion as you read this book. Can't wait to read more from her.
Loved this! Seriously exciting read that keeps you turning the pages. I'm officially a zombie fan after reading this book. You're cheering people on at certain points and yelling at them to run during others. It's AWESOME!
Excellent bookI really enjoyed this book. It had me guessing a few times and had an ending in did not expect.