Generation Dead

Kiss of Life

By Waters, Dan

Publishers Summary:
The phenomenon that's been sweeping the country seems to be here to stay. Not only are the teenagers who have come back from their graves still here, but newlydeads are being unearthed all the time. While scientists look for answers and politicians take their stands, the undead population of Oakville have banded together in a group they're calling the Sons of Romero, hoping to find solidarity in segregation.Phoebe Kendall may be alive, but she feels just as lost and alone as her dead friends. Just when she reconciled herself to having feelings for a zombie -- her Homecoming date Tommy Williams -- her friend Adam is murdered taking a bullet that was meant for her. Things get even more confusing when Adam comes back from the grave. Now she has romantic interest in two dead boys; one who saved her life, and one she can't seem to live without.

 Not Rated. Be the first to rate this product!

ISBN
978-1-42310-923-5
Publisher


REVIEWS

School Library Journal

Reviewed on September 1, 2009

Gr 8-10 As this sequel to "Generation Dead" (Hyperion, 2008) opens, Adam is just beginning to "regenerate" after diving in front of Phoebe, the girl he always loved, when she was going to take a bullet aimed at her currently undead boyfriend. He is having a difficult time gaining control of his speech and movements, while Phoebe is under the impression that a kiss from a "beating heart" who truly loves him can help speed the process. The story then reveals a whole zombie activist movement, as well as ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Guide

Reviewed on October 1, 2009

Deceased teens are no longer staying dead--and now Phoebe's best friend Adam, who gave his life to save her in , is among...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Junior Library Guild

Reviewed on May 1, 2009

In , author Daniel Waters continues to create a thoroughly convincing alternate version of contemporary America. The premise of the serieswhat might happen if certain recently deceased teenagers began to return from deathleads to some interesting conclusions. Particularly thought-provoking is Waters's idea of a minority group with absolutely no legal protection. As one police officer puts it, "Eighty percent of America is just waiting to light [the zombies] up in one big bonfire. . . . And wha...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Become a Pro


This feature is only available to Pro subscribers. Please log in, or upgrade your subscription.

Add To My List

cover
by

This feature is only available to Pro subscribers. Please log in, or upgrade your subscription.

Export


This feature is only available to Pro subscribers. Please log in, or upgrade your subscription.

Save List Search Query


This feature is only available to Pro subscribers. Please log in, or upgrade your subscription.

Follow Lists


This feature is only available to Pro subscribers. Please log in, or upgrade your subscription.