Unfed


      Unfed
The good news Bobby survived her Undead school trip Bad news her best mate, Smitty, is missing Bobby knows she s got to find him even if it means risking it all and going out into the starving zombie infested wastelands again Even if it means taking fellow survivors including a couple of old frenemies along for the ride And even if the zombies are not the only ones who are chasing them this time. New Read [ Unfed ] Author [ Kirsty McKay ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • Unfed
  • Kirsty McKay
  • English
  • 14 November 2019
  • 1908435321

10 thoughts on “ Unfed

  1. says:

    Beginning with our main character waking from a coma to devastating news totally unrelated to the current crisis roaming diseased humans whose behaviors suspiciously mimic those of the Late Night Movie Zombies I certainly did not think, Wow, this is going to be a fun read Intriguing, fast paced, action adventure sure fun, no.I was so very, very wrong I find myself still ridiculously impressed and pleased that Ms McKay presented Bobby s story in such a fashion This sequel to Undead Beginning with our main character waking from a coma to devastating news totally unrelated to the current crisis roaming diseased humans whose behaviors suspicious...

  2. says:

    3.5 Stars Spoilers if you haven t read Undead Unfed sequel to Undead was an action packed ride Zombies, gore, witty humor, and a little romance were laced through this fun read We pick up six weeks from where Undead left us with Bobby and Smitty on another school bus, escaping zombies and Xanthro pursuers Smitty was attacked and bitten, but he received the last antidote so no worries there Unfortunately, the bus tumbles and...

  3. says:

    Unfed is just as funny and entertaining as book one and I thoroughly enjoyed it The pace is quick and picks up throughout and kept me turning the pages I was worried that Unfed might be too similar to book one, Undead, since this book once again sees Bobby running away from the zoms but Kirsty McKay managed to keep it fresh and different, there was a littleto what s going on in Unfed, so I didn t feel like I was just reading the same book again.I absolutely love Bobby s inner monologue Unfed is just as funny and entertaining ...

  4. says:

    Unfed is, like Undead, genuinely laugh out loud funny I couldn t read it at night because my guffaws woke my husband up The kids in this series interact with each other like normal, bratty, sarcastic teenagers, but it s saved from ...

  5. says:

    Row, row, row your boatgently down the streamIf you see a zombie, don t forget to scream A cute and fun follow up to a series I started so so long ago It was a silly, gory, action packed zombie story full of new misses, running escapes and undead animals and people It was cute to be back with Bobby and her group of misfits as they try to understand what is going on with the outbreak and how they are going to survive As you can imagine, it s hard to trust everyone and hard to bringRow, row, row your boatgently down the streamIf you see a zombie, don t forget to scream A cute and fun...

  6. says:

    Excellent Sequel couldn t put it down

  7. says:

    This review and others can be seen in all its properly formatted glory on my blog Beauty and the Bookshelf.After devouring and surprisingly loving Undead I immediately picked up the sequel I was dying to know what happened next, especially after THAT ENDING And I missed Smitty He really is the best So I began Unfed as soon as possible, and while I didn t love it as much as Undead and it went in a direction I super wasn t expecting, I still liked it Kirsty McKay s Undead series is not This review and others can be seen in all its properly formatted glory on my blog Beauty and the Bookshelf.After devouring and surprisingly loving Undead I immediately picked up the sequel I was dying to know what happened next, especially after THAT ENDING And I missed Smitty He really is the best So I began Unfed as soon as possible, and while I didn t love it as much as Undead and it went in a direction I super wasn t expecting, I still liked it Kirsty McKay s Undead series is not your average zombie series It salong the lines of Zombieland and Shaun of the Dead there are zombies and they re deadly and want to eeaaatttt yyooouuuu, but this ain t no Walking Dead This is acomedic, fun approach to rotten flesh eaters And let me tell you I love it I read this series because I wanted something meaningless like a Hallmark movie maybe SyFy isappropriate here b...

  8. says:

    Unfed is the sequel to the novel Undead In this story, Bobby has survived her trip But her best totally not boy friend Smitty is missing She wakes up in a quarantined Scotland, and is told that four survived, her mother not among them But something doesn t add up When she finds a clue, she gets new hope, and knows that she has got to find Smitty and fast It becomes a race against time, the undead, and a few other nasties to solve this unraveling puzzle, and to save the living I Unfed is the sequel to the novel Undead In this story, Bobby has survived her trip But her best totally not boy friend Smitty is missing She wakes up in a quarantined Scotland, and is told that four survived, her mother not among them But...

  9. says:

    This is Book II, but I jumped right in and was off and running on a wild adventure with Bobby and her gang.This young adult zombie novel is a bit different from the norm It is funny and snarky in a sick way and I had a great time reading it.Zombie hordes and teenage heroes run AMOK in quarantined Scotland How did the zombies come to be Why are they so different from a normal zombie Is there such a thing They seem to be able to think and figure things out for themselves, albeit slowly.I This is Book II, but I jumped right in and was off and running on a wild adventure with Bobby and her gang.This young adult zombie novel is a bit different from the norm It is funny and snarky in a sick way and I had a great time reading it.Zombie hordes and teenage heroes run AMOK in quarantined Scotland How did the zombies come to be Why are they so different from a normal zombie Is there such a thing They seem to be able to think and figure things out for themselves, albeit slowly.I loved when Bobby was running and jumping from pipe to pipe like a gymnast above the zombies head Will she fall What do you think I can picture them all ...

  10. says:

    they re back and this time they re hungry the sequel to undead and i took my time reading this book because i wanted to save every moment because i know there hasn t be any announcement of a third book this series has been utterly good, action packed and hilariously funny to read that once i pick up the book i just cant stop reading it this book picks up with bobby waking up in a hospital the always cliche thing that happens in any zombie movie or book Bobby is joined by the returning they re back and this time they re hungry the sequel to undead and i took my time reading this book because i wanted to save every moment because i know there hasn t be any announcement of a third book this series has been utterly good, action packed and hilariously funny to read that once i pick up the boo...

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