*SPOILERS WITHIN THE SECOND HALF*
So its very rare that I find myself writing a review for a book, even favourites. I find that most of the reviews out there will sway a potential reader into making their decision of whether or not to purchase a book, as well as forming someone else's opinion of said book. That being said I find myself tiredly writing this review after purchasing and reading ZF6 straight through. ZF6, like all of the others in the series contains a balance of humour and action that is so perfectly blended that one must remember not to laugh out loud whilst reading in a public place (lest you be looked at like a crazy person). Tufo seamlessly blends the storyline and answers questions that have plagued us readers throughout the series. However, it has also created more questions. While tying up loose ends, this book also creates more questions then ever as it forces its readers to become more and more absorbed into the story. This total absorption creates a feeling that the characters are true people that we feel a connection to and genuinely care for. The countdown for the release date of this novel was extremely harrowing as I found myself re-reading the sequels to this book in order to try and guess what Tufo could come up with next. *Spoiler* Mike does indeed have his showdown with Eliza but the outcome and the way this encounter unravels is not one I could have guessed. If you are as infatuated with I am with the previous books in the series then I'd highly recommend purchasing this book. If you haven't read the others, then read them. The only thing I can say is that this book did not disappoint and I am anticipating ZF7, (when or if it happens) as there are so many more post-apocalyptic adventures for the Talbot family to have.