The drama of the Zeeka Series continues in Zeeka's Ghost: Revenge of Zeeka Book 4.
The book is the fourth installment in the five-book Science Fiction series, Revenge of Zeeka and can be read as a standalone.
Dr.Steven Sharpe invents a miracle cure for a killer disease but he and his wife Mandy are targets of unknown enemies.
Their lives may be at stake.
Steven must find a way to hunt down and apprehend ruthless kidnappers and save his beloved wife.
The sudden appearance of Zeeka's Ghost upsets Steven.
Does the ghost have evil intentions?
Is the ghost here to harm or help Steven and Mandy?
How will Steven deal with a ghost on one hand and kidnappers on the other?
A thrill ride
ByReviewed.By.Meon October 13, 2016
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Extending from her Zeeka and the Zombies trilogy is Mohammed's most nostalgic offering, Zeeka's Ghost. Zeeka is back but not at all how you expect. Unresolved issues, regrets and love are all splendidly woven together with the right mix of startling plot twists the author is masterful at. Fans of the series will not be disappointed and new fans will be caught up to speed in no time. Another thrilling read!
5.0 out of 5 starsZeeka dead and buried? Don't believe it.
ByKato's Revenge on October 9, 2016
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Zeeka's back. As if you could keep a good zombie down. But he's more than the mad scientist.zombie fascinated persona of the earlier books, and in this fourth installment, the ghost of a demon haunts our eponymous hero Steven into near madness.
The thought that he hadn't quite seen off Zeeka haunts him, until the ghost of the title becomes more than just pangs of regret in his mind. The story centres more around Steven so returns to the original concept bore out in book one. This rounding of the story arc is interesting and a good way to handle it.
The other characters are there too, but they play a secondary role in Zeeka's Ghost,
Probably the best of the Zeeka stories to date, author Brenda Mohammed is to be congratulated on another take of zombies and now ghosts!
I think anyone could read this as the horror elements are PG-13 / Cert 12 rated. But more mature readers will pick up on regrets we have as we age and experience life.
A final word must go to the cover - it's excellent and captures the essence of the book brilliantly.