Vulcan Fiction Writer | 01 September 2014 |

The opening starts with a sense of mystery, horror, and adventure. The story then turns to the story of another character’s, B, home and school life. All B wants to do is please her racist father. This fact starts to slowly change her into a racist herself. She says it the best herself when she calls her father the monster at the end and not the zombies. The zombies don’t understand what they’re doing and can’t control themselves, but her father can. He chooses to manipulate and persecute others based off of who they are and not what they do. He is the very personification of prejudice. He represents the true menace of the first book. Humanity is the real monster when it goes unchecked.

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