If you like zombies and you haven't read The Enemy, The Dead, and The Fear by Charlie Higson, than you're missing out. And you know what, even if you don't like zombies, you should probably check this series out. IT'S GOOD AND CREEPY AND SUCKS YOU IN!
I reviewed The Enemy here last August. If that's not enough to spark you fancy, read on.
The second in the series, The Dead, is interesting because it starts off with a story about a completely different group of kids, trying to make their way in this world gone haywire. I don't want to give too much away, because it's really a fantastic book, but in case you're wondering: Yes, they do eventually cross paths with the kids from The Enemy.
Last but not least, The Fear came out this past June. In this final installment of The Enemy trilogy, find out what the kids decide to do. Is London worth trying to stay in? Is it time to move on?
One warning about this series: Higson isn't afraid to kill off your favorite character. It's brutal, it can be bloody at times, but it's good. Read at your own risk. I'd recommend it for anyone in 8th grade and up.
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