Molly is ready for nonstop, undead action in this follow up to Dead City, which Kirkus Reviews described as a fast paced read for those who like their zombies with just a little fright.When Molly Bigelow discovered that zombies shared New York with humans, she didnt think life could get shocking Then she learned that her mother was once one of the greatest zombie killers everand she discovered that her dead mother is not technically dead at all although she isnt alive, either Mollys efforts to keep these secrets and to help her Omega team track down the identity of the original thirteen zombies will take her from the Macys Thanksgiving Day parade to New Years Eve in Times Square Her loyalties to friends and family will be put to the test And her life will be changed in ways she never could have imagined....
|Title||:||Blue Moon (Dead City)|
|Publisher||:||Aladdin October 1, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||336 pages|
|File Size||:||999 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Blue Moon (Dead City) Reviews
Even though this book is not the 5* the first book is, it's a very good read. As with the first book, Ponti leaves you with a cliffhanger. The three Dead City books are an interesting take on zombies.
My daughter has really enjoyed these. She read them first and now she is reading them to me at night. I, too, enjoy them. Even though it is in the zombie genre it isn’t scary.
Dead City series is a great book for both YA and their parents. Its one of the few books both me and my tween enjoyed. The story grabs you and runs all through New York City with Molly and her friends as they battle the undead. Twists, turns and cliffhangers that keep you hanging on and eagerly anticipating the next installment.
This series could be my new favorite....and I'm not a young adult. This is a new version of all the zombie/ sci-fy books that have come out. With entertaining and enjoyable characters from the strong-willed Molly to her lovable Fire fighter Dad and older/bossy yet caring sister Beth, the characters are all so relatable. If you have middle school aged children on up to adults these books are a great read and keep you hanging in there for more action with believable story lines....except for the zombies of course! I'd recommend this book for all ages and I can't wait for the next one.
to me this is a no brainer I give it 5 stars right off the bat....
My son loves this book. Age appropriate on reading level and scariness, surprising enough that he demanded the next book in the series
My niece loved it. She got it for Christmas and was so into reading it that she stopped opening the other packages!
my 12 year old loves these books