Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka Science Fiction Kindle Edition
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Zeeka Chronicles comprises five books from the Revenge of Zeeka series. 2036 is shown as a technically advanced world by gadgets like watches that act much like today's smartphones plus visual contact, robots and much more. The story is built on the premise that a doctor discovers a cure for a disease but is prevented from using it, but the plot becomes more entangled the farther you read. Police corruption, suicide, kidnapping, and a very active ghost. Brenda Mohammed's writing style is evocative of the future and she handles the science in her fiction brilliantly: reading is believing! I loved Zeeka Chronicles; it has worldwide appeal for anyone looking for an entertaining story that is different.'
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- ASIN : B06XB3DF4N
- Publication date : February 23, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 731 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 202 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,166,912 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Synopsis (from the author): Set in 2036, the world of Zeeka Chronicles is modern and futuristic.
But something evil is afoot.
The villainous Zeeka is planning revenge and is breeding zombies to wipe out the Islanders on Gosh.
Why does he want revenge?
New technology and scientific breakthroughs in the field of medical science set the stage for the unimaginable in this tale of a hateful man, kidnapping, love, lies, revenge, female robots, a ghost, a deadly virus, sixty programmable zombies, corruption in the police force, and a hero you will love.
Dr. Steven Sharpe knows Zeeka's secrets.
Can he expose Zeeka without risking his life and that of his beloved family?
Will Detectives Jack Wildy and Jerry Cole discover the truth?
Can secrets remain buried?
What part does Janet, Raynor, Mandy, Miranda, and Zombie Number Nine play?
What I liked: I enjoyed much of the story and the imaginative spin on zombies and technology. Many twists and turns made it hard to guess the outcome, and there were plenty of surprising events. If you like zombie tales with a touch of romance and plenty of action, give Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka a chance!
What I didn’t like: There were two areas that detracted from the story for me. First, the dialogue was difficult to follow and was stiff and didn’t flow well. Secondly, the interactions between the characters seemed awkward.
Overall impression: Brenda Mohammed’s Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka was an enjoyable read. Futuristic technology, zombies, ghosts, and plenty of action made it a fun read. Check this one out if zombies are your thing!
My rating: 3.5 Stars (rounded to 4 Stars)
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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.
Top reviews from other countries
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.
Each story within this Omnibus works well on its own and it is difficult to pick a favourite. The excitement builds with each story and the author succeeds in pulling the various strands together to offer a satisfying conclusion.
The Zeeka Chronicles is a thoughtful series and should delight fans of the genre. Brenda Mohammed is an author brimming with original ideas, an author to follow.
The book is very fast-paced - blink and you'll miss something. I believe the book was first released as a series but still worked well as a novel. While each section had a well-rounded resolution they also progressed the overall story. As someone who reads at bedtime, it was handy to have a natural place to break off reading.
I was so pleased by Nine's ending!
Recommend to readers who like zanny, fun reads.