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Monday, September 24, 2012

Zack & Zoey’s Alien Apocalypse by MJ Ware

This book deals with alien invasion and defense of the planet by a group of pre-teens.

Zack and Zoey are classmates who deal with an invasion of fat favoring aliens.   The book may be a metaphor on childhood obesity but I suspect it is just an amusing parody.  The aliens eat the fat kids first.  

Zack and Zoey have a relationship that is characterized by the stereotypical girls mature first and guys are in a dimly lit second place.   Zoey wants to be more than pals and Zack is voting with his feet in a vain attempt at escape.

In the midst of this non-tempestuous relationship, earth is invaded by fat folk gorging ugly green aliens.  Zack and Zoey, with the help of some friends and very little help from the faculty of their school, deal with the aliens.

This book is definitely targeting a younger audience than Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb by MJA Ware.   Adults in touch with kids will recognize the grade school humor.
I  recommend the book.

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