Scouts of the Apocalypse: Zombie Plague – A Review


Scouts of the Apocalypse: Zombie PlagueScouts of the Apocalypse: Zombie Plague by Michell Plested
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Zombie here, Zombies there, zombies everywhere, and not a scout in sight. Having read this book, that I think would be the scariest thing I could think of.

This part, high adventure, the part campfire story, part traditional zombie story kept turning pages long into the night, and looking over my shoulder the whole time. I kept promising myself I would put it down at the end of “this” only to find myself reading on and on.

Follow Scouter Mike and his troop of scouts and they return from their practice survival training only to find themselves in a world gone mad where their training might be the only thing that keeps them alive.

Though this book is a tradition zombie tale with all that that entails, it is still BSA / venture scout age appropriate. It is definitely something that will be sharing with my scouting age kids.

While I am not normally a fan of zombie / scary stories, Mr. Plested’s easy narrative style won me over and helped me along until I was so hooked I could not put it down.

I highly recommend this book to anyone with any scouting experience, as well as any one who loves a good scary campfire story.

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