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Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2014
I already did a review on the first book in the series, and that review stands with this one. (For a longer better review see the one for the first in this series.)
Overall, there seems to be a PC feminist ideology push, a 13 year old girl who can do what a 21 year old marine can do with flare, but once you get past that, if you can, then the book is a good read.
This book seemed to lose a little, and I mean a little, flow that the first book had, but it is still better than some other books I have read.
I do have to say, out of the "Zombie" types of books I have read, this one seems a bit more plausible, but with a little creative flare, but that isn't always bad! :)
Though there are some clear Biases towards some of the weapons used, and the term "Barbie Gun" is a bit over board, at least the author seems to have a good knowledge and understanding of firearms, which is a good thing, considering there are a few out there that have no clue and try to make it read like they do.
I look forward to the new book in the series, hopefully though, the can tone down the PC feminist push, and make the book worth 4.5 stars and a lot more enjoyable.