Saturday, 20 February 2016
Three Five Star Reviews of Revenge of Zeeka: Zeeka and the Zombies
5.0 out of 5 stars Zombie best seller
By Mom R. on February 24, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The island setting for this zombie story makes it a standout. The author manages to dazzle her readers in a plot that includes Carnival celebrations, a vengeful scientist, and a very unlikely hero. You'll surely get caught up in the rhythm of this story.
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A great short... Five stars
By Shazzie on March 1, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
Brenda Mohammed has produced a great short story in Revenge of Zeeka. The plot isn't complex but it has been delivered in a way the reader is kept interested as the pages are turned. The plot is driven forward by dialogue which I feel for this length of story is good.
Character detail is good and romance and intrigued are played out in this well written zombie story. Everything is not as it seems and the author keeps you guessing. Among the characters is a detective, Jack Wildy. He is likeable and believable. Hopefully, Mohammed will allow us to meet him again in another story?
5.0 out of 5 stars
Don't trust your eyes in this engaging zombie tale!
By Kato's Revenge on February 27, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
I like weird stories. Not everything has to be set in a world you know, and perhaps my favourite author, Stephen King is my favourite because he turns the normal into abnormal effortlessly. For author Brenda Mohammed's latest work, we are pulled into the genre of zombie horror, which has seen a massive resurgence in recent years.
What I love about this first short story in the series is how, like King, the author has her characters Mark and Raynor going about their normal lives when eyes really start to play tricks on them, and the question is for us, dear readers, is positioned thus:-
Can we trust what we see with our own eyes, or is this a vision, hallucination, or some other mind trick being played on us by some evil entity?
Possibly the answer is yes to each element of that question.
Rather than being a full blown horror, this first story serves as a tasty morsel (I really shouldn't use such lines in a review about flesh eating zombies!) to what is to come. Who is the mysterious Zeeka? Why does he want revenge? Not everything is answered here, but will be in future stories in the series. At its relatively short length, it is the perfect introduction to this author's writing, which I am seeing a great growth with each work she pens.
My favourite character is actually Detective Jack Wildy. There is so much that cold be done with this charcter, he reminds me of Jack Lord of Hawaii-5-0 (original, people!) fame.
This is an action packed novella that has several plot lines running, but at no time did I feel lost. Each character seamlessly interacted with others, and there's an interesting man hunt happening which will stretch resources of the said Detective to breaking point. Raynor's impending marriage to long-time love Janet might not happen after all.
"It is the perfect introduction to this author's writing."
These different plot lines keep you reading, and keep you guessing. Despite its length I did not read this book in one sitting. I wanted to absorb the cleverly interlinked plot lines. In fact, there's not a lot of the mysterious Zeeka of the title in this first story, and I think that's a clever decision by the author.
Buy it before the next installment is released!