Book Review: Fifth Grade Screams – The Roaming Dead

A short review for a short book seems only fitting. So here you go:

There are zombie books that make you shudder in fright, and there are those that make you pee your pants. But what if the entire zombie epidemic has a reason behind it and we are unjustly blaming them for everything? What if we can coexist in harmony? A lot of what ifs that are answered in this short, fun story by Frank Livingston and Janee Livingston.

There are stories that make you smile because of how they are woven. There are stories that make you smile because of how they end. This one, however, is a combination of both. Fifth Grade Screams – The Roaming Dead is a very short book, but in its pages are simplicity, innocence, curiosity, and smiles. Lots of smiles. And an undercurrent of humor.

At first, Fifth Grade Screams – The Roaming Dead seems like a routine school story. But the eccentricities of the characters, those which we find in people we meet every day, makes the book all the more appealing. Some things are inexplicable, but on a whole, when zombies can be present, why not these?

Fifth Grade Screams – The Roaming Dead is a lighthearted read. I had a fun time reading it, giggling and chuckling in some places. I shouldn’t be, but I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading it. Since it is a short read, you will be able to finish it in under an hour, and I guarantee you, you will enjoy reading every page, every minute of it.

So what are you waiting for? Go grab the book, available for a low price on Kindle!

Readers in the US, you can buy the book here: Amazon US.

Readers in India, please buy the book by clicking on the Amazon affiliate link that is the image below:

Follow the authors, Frank and Janee Livingston on social media to know more about their upcoming projects. Here are the links:

Livingston Writing on Instagram

Livingston Writing on Facebook

Livingston Writing – Blog

Rating: 4/5 stars

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