Josh is dead, but his body hasnít gotten
the news. The agency has made him a virtual prisoner after
his time with Kir by housing Josh within the compound and
providing him with a job that doesnít require him to leave.
His sole purpose is to serve as a contact for Kir. However,
Josh is fading. He has lost so much weight and something must
be wrong with him because he has been losing time. But when
Josh meets Brad, a fellow employee, they start a relationship
but things just get worse for Josh. Throughout it all Josh
has been trading emails with Kir and exchanging information
that is hidden within the message. Has Josh finally lost what
few marbles he had left? Could it be that Kir is the only one
telling him the truth or is Kir the one controlling him?
Zombie is the continuation
of Josh and Kirís story. In this book we get to see what
happens after Josh is freed from Kir at the end of the first
book, Monster. Both Josh and Kir are strong
characters, without losing their respective vulnerabilities.
Joely Skye paints a truly vivid picture where we can clearly
feel Joshís uncertainty of himself, his thoughts and feelings
and Kirís willingness to do anything to prove to Josh he means
what he says. The passion between the two men is so engrossing
that during their encounters you will find yourself feeling
their uncertainty and pleasure. This book was difficult to
put down once I began reading it. Zombie is a
great sequel and you shouldnít miss it. Iím really looking
forward to reading the conclusion of the series.