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While some people can’t forgive Steven the creation of zombies who killed their relatives, Steven deems it impossible to forgive the man who kidnapped him and raised him as a mad scientist. He was deprived of his real parents but reunited with his brother later, found a good wife and even a sister in law and a niece. It’s impossible to predict how the story will unfold and who finds an absolution.
Writing about our possible future requires a lot of knowledge and creativity. Brenda Mohammed exhibits both in all her Zeeka books, but her fourth book is probably the best one. I am already looking forward to her next book.
The thought that he hadn't quite seen off Zeeka haunts him, until the ghost of the title becomes more than just pangs of regret in his mind. The story centres more around Steven so returns to the original concept bore out in book one. This rounding of the story arc is interesting and a good way to handle it.
The other characters are there too, but they play a secondary role in Zeeka's Ghost,
Probably the best of the Zeeka stories to date, author Brenda Mohammed is to be congratulated on another take of zombies and now ghosts!
I think anyone could read this as the horror elements are PG-13 / Cert 12 rated. But more mature readers will pick up on regrets we have as we age and experience life.
A final word must go to the cover - it's excellent and captures the essence of the book brilliantly.
Not only does the ghost warn Stephen, but he actually helps Stephen defend himself from the bad guys who try to kill him
because they are unsatisfied with the money they received as compensation for the loss of their loved ones during Zeeka's rampage
in his lifetime.
The author puts a remarkable twist in the story when she turns Zeeka into the good guy who is now showing concern for the welfare of his
adopted child. Zeeka is actually trying to atone for his sins and to get a peaceful burial after he committed suicide in prison.
At this point, Stephen and his wife, Mandy, are happily married and life on the lsland on Gosh appears normal. Stephen is successful in his medical career and does some outstanding work on Alzhaimer's disease. He discovers a cure and is honored with a prestigious prize. Mandy works as a nurse at the sane hospital as her husband and they have a comfortable life.
In the midst of his happiness, Stephen is tormented by the appearance of Zeeka's ghost. However, the ghost turns out to be useful when Mandy
is captured by the evil guys and Stephen goes to rescue her by himself. It is at this point that the bad guys are remarkably struck down by Zeeka, who is visible only to Stephen. Stephen is then able to take away his wife.
This clever turn of events in the plot keeps the reader engaged in this exciting story as he or she reads to find out what will happen next.
Once one starts to read the book, it is difficult to stop. It is interesting and suspenseful and holds the readers' interest. It takes place in an idealistic, futuristic world where life turns out well for those who are honest and hard-working. Problems are quickly resolved and good triumphs over evil in the end.
All in all, this story is a wonderful addition to the Zeeka trilogy by the same author. The work is clearly constructed and the prose is easy to read, as characteristic of the author's style. Congratulations to the author for another well-done piece!