Zeeka Returns

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Independently Published, Feb 20, 2017 - 110 pages
Zeeka Returns, the third book in the five-book science fiction series Revenge of Zeeka: will keep you on the edge of your seat.The book can be read as a standalone. Sixty programmable zombies with one sinister goal in mind, 'to seek and destroy' deepen the suspense and drama of the story.Miranda a remarkable female robot, high-tech weapons, and the continuing manhunt for Zeeka, add to the action, adventure, and gripping suspense.But will Zeeka abandon his zombies in the forest?Will he escape capture? Zeeka is on his way to safety until he meets a heroic womanWhat part will she play in his life?What is Zeeka's fate? Who will Dr. Steven Sharpe marry?Reviewer:"If you enjoyed the first two, this book is a must. The story of Zeeka's twisted mind continues to amaze us. Definite movie possibilities here."

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If I am not mistaken, this third book was originally meant to be the last one in the series but the good news is that there is already Revenge of Zeeka Book 4 out. The author seems to be a
genius in writing short pieces that seem to be complete and finished stories in themselves, yet they all leave some space for a next book. This third book could easily be read and enjoyed without knowledge of the previous books in the series. The author reminds us of all the important information without boring the readers who are already familiar with it. This requires some special talent few writers have. It also enables readers to read these books in any order. I read this book long after the first book and shortly after the second book and I was never lost. I will still want to read the fourth book pretty soon for the simple reason that I can’t wait to read it.
My favorite character was Miranda, the perfect woman. She is a result of very advanced technology, just as all the zombies in these books are. Her appearance in the third book makes me more hopeful about human progress. While the story of zombies points out the potential misuse of science, Miranda shows its positive side, which is only good for the overall balance in my opinion.

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