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For me, the high point of the series was this book’s predecessor, Zeeka’s Ghost, but then, as a reader I do like ghost stories and this paranormal element was handled well in book four.
This final installment is quite surprising as it brings back the rather disturbing character of Nine from book one. Nine is on a mission all of his own, and when he learns of technology that may save him from the Zika virus and help him on his ultimate goal (read to find out) – he’s all for the procedure, despite the risks.
Aside from this storyline the quirkiness of the robot Eve adds some humour to the story. The characters that have been with us throughout the series get a good send off too.
Stephen purchased for his wife, Mandy. In this last story, we also meet again Number Nine, a character that appeared in the first story.
Eve and Number Nine meet in Stephen's backyard and Number Nine confides to Eve his deepest wish. He wants to be a regular person, and not a hideous being that is scary to people.
Number Nine is actually the real son of Stephen's adopted father, the police chief who became known as Zeeka and who committed suicide after he was captured. Number Nine was born with a brain defect but it was mistaken for the zika virus, He was then raised as one of the zombies
created by Zeeka.
Stephen's comfortable life on the island of Gosh was once more interrupted by this contact from the past. Stephen had actually created a machine that could perform miracle operations and Number Nine was keen to be the first to have Stephen use the machine on him. Number
Nine was brought to the hospital after having a fit in Stephen's backyard and insisted on having his appearance changed by Stephen's machine.
Despite Dr. Brown's objections, the operation was performed and was successful. Number Nine became a normal looking person and was given a real name instead of a number.
Once again Stephen gained renown for his marvellous work and the island of Gosh was well-know for its famous scientist. Despite Dr. Brown's skepticism and some initial setbacks, everything worked out fine. Although people had originally thought that Number Nine was one of the zombies, he was, in fact, a human. Unlike the other zombies, he had refused to participate in the massacre at the carnival celebration on the island two years ago. He had escaped and had been hiding out and living with his aunt and uncle.
Now all the loose ends have been tied up. There are no more missing zombies. We have a great new society with a wonderful invention that can cure all maladies. It is an apt end to the scare of zika and the zombies. The world is now a safer and happier place and the threat of zombies and diseases seems to be eliminated.
The author has done an excellent job of making all the events come together to reward the good and make the world a better place for all!