Death to the Undead

Death to the Undead Seventeen year old Krista has already proven she can survive the zombie hordes After moving to North Platte with her distant cousin General Liet to help build a wall that will keep the zombies in the

  • Title: Death to the Undead
  • Author: Pembroke Sinclair
  • ISBN: 9781513707150
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen year old Krista has already proven she can survive the zombie hordes After moving to North Platte with her distant cousin General Liet to help build a wall that will keep the zombies in the West, it becomes apparent that the zombies aren t the biggest threat some survivors are far dangerous than Krista had ever imagined.With the help of Quinn, a survivor anSeventeen year old Krista has already proven she can survive the zombie hordes After moving to North Platte with her distant cousin General Liet to help build a wall that will keep the zombies in the West, it becomes apparent that the zombies aren t the biggest threat some survivors are far dangerous than Krista had ever imagined.With the help of Quinn, a survivor and fighter from the zombie infested wildlands of the West, they free the garrison at North Platte from the power hungry Liet But there is a bigger battle to fight.The Families who rule Florida and use intimidation and the threat of the zombie horde to coerce their territory want Krista and Quinn captured, the zombies want to devour them, and other survivors want them dead Caught between powerful forces, will they survive long enough to devise a new plan and put it into action Or will they self destruct Find out in book two of this thrilling apocalyptic series by author Pembroke Sinclair.

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    1. I received this book on a read to review basis from NetGalley. Thank you to the author, Pembroke Sinclair, and the publisher, Booktrope, for the opportunity.I think my enjoyment for this book was marred due to my own stupidity in not realizing this book was the second in a series before beginning it. I didn’t feel lost or confused as such, but the book I received was a far cry from the book I expected.The synopsis of the book described this as a post-apocalyptic novel after hordes of zombies h [...]

    2. After the zombie outbreak Krista ended up in Florida with The Families. Their place is secure and people live inside their walls with all the luxury they've always known. There's running water, electrical power, a bar and even a school. Krista chooses to leave this relatively safe place to go with her cousin Liet to North Platte in the West. Krista soon realizes that Liet is not looking out for the safety of his people and only wants more control and power. Krista knows that things have to chang [...]

    3. "'Rome wasn't built in a day.'"Welcome back to North Platte where now it's free and liberating Florida is next on their agenda. Krista and Quinn are back in this sequel to Life After The Undead. They have captured Liet and all his cronies and they sit in the jail. Krista is recovering from the bullet Liet put in her shoulder. Florida and The Families aren't happy with the over throw of Liet and the rebels and attempt to kill them and destroy the city. Krista and Quinn figure this is about to hap [...]

    4. Now that North Platte is free from the control of the evil Liet things will start getting better. Not so fast! It turns out Florida was happy with the way that General Liet handled things. They are not so happy about the uprising and will soon attempt to destroy them altogether. Knowing that they cannot defeat them, Krista and Quinn take the survivors further west in hopes that no one will be able to find them. That includes Liet, who is not happy being their prisoner now.Krista and Quinn have a [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book so much that i got my wife to read it as well as several friends to read and follow the author.

    6. I am so in LOVE with Life After The Undead and Death To The Undead!The book picks up right where Life After The Undead ends, which is AMAZING! I really don't like books that have space between books, because personally, I want to know what actually happens. Lol. I once again got sucked into the zombie world of Krista and Quinn so much that honestly, I was left with nightmares. Bad thing? SHOOT NO! I was back to reading it once I woke up. Haha. I want to reread these books over and over, they are [...]

    7. When I first started reading this book, I was a little taken back. I have seen quite a few, if not all, of the zombie movies and am a HUGE fan of "The Walking Dead". That being said, it was really, really weird to read about zombies vs. watching them. The stories progressed fairly quickly. I like that in a book as I don't always have time to sit and read a huge novel. But, trust me when I say, that the shortness of the books does not take away from the awesomeness.I love the story of the world e [...]

    8. Krista and Quinn continue with their mission to overthrow The Families and to eliminate the zombies. Easier said than done when there are so many obstacles in their way. This picks up right where it left off in book one. Krista had won the battle against her cousin Liet who is now being held Prisoner in North Platte. Despite her badly injured shoulder, she is still determined to inform others of what's really happening in Florida. Quinn is working towards the same goal as Krista. They work very [...]

    9. ORIGINAL POST AT: LITTLE BOOK STAR RATE: 4.5/5I really enjoyed reading Death to the Undead. It picks up from where Life After the Undead left off, and I was surprised by how much the characters changed! I really like that, and they all changed in a non-negative way (vice versa to the antagonists). In this book, Krista is even faced with more problems as she’s not only fighting with zombies, but with selfish, heartless people. How ugly is that! The Disneyland in Florida is occupied by hundreds [...]

    10. This sequel to Life After the Undead, picks up right where the first book left off. After overthrowing her psychotic Uncle Liet, who was in charge of North Platte. Krista is faced with a new set of problems. The Florida families that control everything are unhappy with the people of North Platte, they like things the way they are, where they control everything, including the people. After the families frame Krista's group for a zombie ambush in Florida, Krista's camp is convinced that the Famili [...]

    11. I received "Death to the Undead" from the author in exchange for an honest review. As a sequel, "Death to the Undead" picked up right where "Life After the Undead" left off. Krista thought she would be living in North Platte, Nebraska, with her cousin Liet and beginning anew. That was not meant to be. Now Krista, Quinn and a group of kids, attempt to set things right. New problems arise and Liet, by force, take Krista to Florida to face the consequences of her actions. Slowly, the “Families” [...]

    12. Krista and Quinn have finally made their stand against Liet and taken over the compound. Once they determined who is on their side and want to help them fight for the people in Florida they leave for the west. They know once Florida finds out what they have done they will come after them. But just as they are leaving Florida brings in the big guns and choppers to destroy the compound thinking they are still there. They know once Florida discovers they were not there they will come after them for [...]

    13. Pembroke Sinclair keeps the twist and turns coming and the seed that was planted in my mind in Book I, Life After The Undead, comes to life, yet they battle the depths of depravity that are so far out there my mind has a hard time wrapping around the fight that seems futile, battling zombies and humans alike because, “What are the options?”

    14. Posted originally on my blog: The Writer's InkwellSay what you will about zombie apocalypses, but I find the idea to be somewhat intriguing. Especially since it's a scenario where you wouldn't truly understand what is happening until it's already too late. But what I enjoy most about Pembroke Sinclair's zombie apocalypse, is the fact that despite there being flesh eating zombies, survival is still highly plausible in this world. I would almost dare to say they are finding survival to be a bit to [...]

    15. Wow. Happy to finish it but also sad to finish it. This is the second, (and, as far as I can tell, final) book. If you are thinking of reading this book be sure to pick up and read first, Life After the Undead. You really do need to read it first. I would place this book as a YA dystopian zombie thriller. The voice is Krista, a 17 year old who loses her parents on their way to safety. We know for sure that her Mom went down from zombies. Her Dad, well, a little more sketchy. I liked that. It len [...]

    16. Death to the Undead picks up right where book one ends. Krista and Quinn are continuing their mission to overthrow The Families and of course with any good novel, they face tremendous amounts of obstacles.Quinn and Krista both have the same goal which makes them the perfect pair to follow in this story. It is important that they make people aware of what is really going on in order to be successful in their mission. Krista refuses to let anything and/or anyone from getting in her way from doing [...]

    17. Death to the Undead is the sequel to Pembroke Sinclair's Life After the Undead. You can find my review of that book at: /review/showThe story picks up immediately after the ending of the first book. The story of Krista continues as she deals with Liet, zombies and the Florida people. I did see growth in Krista from the first book to the second one. There was also a better sense of motivation for some of the other characters. A hint on how the zombie apocalypse is teased which I think is an indic [...]

    18. Very good drama without getting into technical jargon. Strong female lead that leads without getting too emotional plus the standard zombie blood and guts. And I bought the book directly from Miss Sinclair even getting her to sign it.

    19. It was okI liked the storyline, but the author repeats a lot of phrases and the characters are flat. It's basically just teen angst with some zombies thrown in.

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