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Zombie Tag by Hannah Moskowitz
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Apr 21, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: ya
Read on August 24, 2012

Zombies are popular right now, but this is the book that is so imaginatively unique, you wish you had come up with it yourself. The book is set in a world where zombies are a reality - proof of them was found as recent as thirty years ago. The problem is, no one knows how they were raised, how violently they acted when they were "alive", or how they died again. But when he finds a way to raise the dead, Wil knows he wants to bring his older brother back. Graham died months before of a freak asthma attack, and the family has been struggling in his absence. Wil's always been fascinated by zombies, has done extensive research, and plays a game with his friends called Zombie Tag. He finds a way to bring his brother (and all the dead in a five mile radius) back, but Graham… isn't Graham. He's missing all his emotions and soul. Wil is intent on helping Graham get all his feelings back, but Graham doesn't care. At a certain point, Wil has to decide if he should keep struggling or give up and let Graham have what he wants. As usual, Moskowitz writes brothers from a boy's point of view excellently. She includes instructions on playing Zombie Tag in the back of the book.

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