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Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka Paperback – Large Print, February 23, 2017
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Zeeka Chronicles comprises five books from the Revenge of Zeeka series.
About the Author
Award-winning, multi-genre writer Brenda Mohammed did not choose writing as a career.
Her first career was banking.
After she retired as a Commercial Area Credit Manager of one of the leading banks in the Caribbean, she worked in the Insurance Industry where she also excelled.
She wrote her first book after her bout with cancer and near death experience.
Her purpose for writing, 'I am Cancer Free' was to tell persons in similar situations that cancer does not have to be a death sentence.
'I am Cancer Free' won the award for Best Non-fiction from Mc Grath House Book Awards in 2016.
Her memoir, 'My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living' was voted second in the category Best Bio/memoirs in the SIBA Awards by Metamorph's Publishing in 2016.
Retirement is Fun, the sequel to My Life as a Banker was a nominee in those Awards.
She is the author of the science fiction series Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka, which placed third in the category Best Science Fiction in SIBA Awards 2017.
Brenda donates books to children's hospitals, national libraries, and school libraries.
She lives with her husband on the beautiful Caribbean island of Trinidad.
Find out more about Brenda Mohammed on her website at brenchris.allauthor.com
Connect with her on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus, and Instagram.
She loves to interact with other authors and readers.
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The book consists of two parts, and the second book unveils dark secrets, which concern Raynor’s family and his brother’s disappearance. “Zeeka Chronicles” is a highly compelling mixture of sci-fi, supernatural, and dystopian genres, which make it an even more interesting read. And the story of the zombie number nine in the end made just a perfect finale that put a big smile on my face.
The book is written in two parts. Part 2 is where the author reveals a lot about Raynor’s family, his brother’s disappearance when he was seven, and the man called Number 9. The identity of number 9 is a revelation in itself. Nice mixture of sci-fi, supernatural, and dystopian genres… interesting read.
The story is original, something I enjoy, and it is complete, something that most readers will appreciate. Solid entertainment. A five star experience.
Apart from a thrilling story, the author gives us an interesting vision of the future, which seems entirely possible to me. She describes incredible progress in technology while humans do not change as much or as quickly. Her characters are still very much like people we know. They exhibit human weaknesses, can get jealous, vindictive, neglectful. There are only two people who seem perfect and incapable of mistakes in this series, but they are both robots. Evil characters seem scarier than normal bad people we know because they are equipped with better knowledge and technology, but deep down there is nothing demonic about them and they have a nice side as well.
There are many interesting characters in the series, I especially like the robots Miranda and Eve, but also the humans, such as Detective Jack Wildy who is surely due a spin-off story of his own.
It may be beyond most of us to write one good zombie tale, but Brenda Mohammed has given us five.
When book three came out it appeared to be the end of Zeeka's story, but book four - Zeeka's Ghost - took the series to a new and exciting higher level.
Resurrection - Book Five, does what it is supposed to do - it rounds off the series nicely but not in a limp, predictable way.
It is sufficiently different from 'Ghost' to buy on its own, which you can do of course. But 'Chronicles' gives you the whole story for a great price.
So if you want a zombie story with a heart - get this collection today.