Small Sam and his unlikely ally, The Kid, have survived. They’re safe with Ed and his friends at the Tower of London, but Sam is desperate to find his sister.
Their search for Ella means Sam and The Kid must cross the forbidden zone. And what awaits them there is more terrifying than any of the horror they’ve suffered so far . . .
This is one graphic series. My gag reflexes have certainly been triggered. The sickness that has spread over the adults reduces them to walking corpses covered in boils and dying flesh. Blech. Digusting.
And yet, these kids are hardened to it. Sure in extreme cases they still are grossed out, but mostly they ignore it. I suppose if that was my everyday, I would do. Thankfully it's not.
And not only are the adults zombie-like, but they are starting to organize. Which is super freaky. They are somehow communicating, gaining up on the kids. And, some of them can talk. No longer are they mindless freaks. They're still freaks, but now intelligent.
Their intelligence gives us insight on the disease, plus the one who can talk knows things. I'm beginning to believe there's a heck of a lot more to thus disease then simply mindless, cannibal adults.
*Shudder* Seriously, thus series creeps me out more often then not.
I give this a 4.5 out of 5!