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The Enemy by Charlie Higson
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Apr 05, 2012

Sarah Stewart

Children’s lives are forever changed when a disease infected all the adults over the age of 16. This disease caused the adults to become flesh-eating zombies. However, readers will find that they are not the “normal” zombies; these zombies have enough thought to be able to plan an attack on the kids. There are two crews in the story, The Morrison’s Crew and the Waitrose Crew. The story begins with an ambush where zombies kidnap a kid, Small Sam. That day, the crews decide group together after realizing that the adults are becoming smarter. Also on that night, a visitor arrives. He has news about a safe place where there is plenty of food: Buckingham Palace. The crews decide to take on the journey and head to Buckingham. Weaved throughout their story is the story of Small Sam, who was able to escape the adults, and now must find a safe place to take residence. I found this to be a great story, in which anyone can die and anything could happen. It will have readers reading in fear for the kids’ lives.
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