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4/20/20

Jailbait Zombie

Jailbait Zombie Jailbait Zombie by Mario Acevedo
Author: Mario Acevedo

Genre: Paranormal, Mystery

Age: older YA, Adult

POV: 1st person

Series: Felix Gomez book 4

Summary: Vampire detective Felix Gomez has seen a lot of weird things since becoming one of the undead. Now he comes face-to-face with the worst sort of undead. To stop a ravenous army of zombies, Gomez must team up with a precocious teen with clairvoyant powers whose cooperation comes at a prices: she won’t help unless Felix makes her a vampire…if the zombies didn’t get her first. 

Review: I haven’t read the previous three books, so I don’t know much about the side characters. The story is not hard to follow. Mystery series are the best series to skip around in without missing anything. Since I miss some book, I don’t know the set up or the rules for this world. 

Felix Gomez may seem a bit cowardly at times but, what happen to him in the past explains why the way he is. There are some funny moments throughout the story. The part with the mad scientist is the best part. 

I like what is done with the world, just tossing in all these paranormal creature as well as aliens. Might as well.  This remains me of the TV show the X-files. Only the main character is a vampire detective. 

Points:

Characters: 4/5

Writing: 4/5

Plot: 4/5    

Total: 12/20

I really enjoy this book and will be looking out for more books by Mario Acevedo.                                  

2 comments:

  1. The book I reviewed this month is the 8th in a series. While it was helpful to reach the first seven, each one is written in such a way that it could be a stand-alone if you want to do it that way. - Margy

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  2. I might go back and read the first at least. I'm mad that my library for taking the series off the hoopla app.

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