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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Chicken House; 1 edition (6 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1908435321
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908435323
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 56,394 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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www.kirstymckay.com kirkybean on Twitter

Kirsty is the author of two books for teens, UNDEAD and UNFED published by Chicken House, and also OGRES DON'T DANCE, for children 7+, published by Andersen Press.

Kirsty originally trained as an actor at the Guildhall in London. She co-founded and ran one of the UK's leading children's touring theatre companies and has written several plays and pantomimes which have been produced in the UK and North America.

Originally from the north east of England and having spent most of her adult life in London, Kirsty is currently based in Boston, Massachusetts - which is much more difficult to spell. She lives with her husband, daughter and son, who give her all her best ideas.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Oct 2012
Format: Paperback
I loved Kirsty McKay's debut Undead and I was hoping we'd get to see a sequel so as soon as I found out that Unfed was being published I couldn't wait to read it. Once again the author has hit the ball out of the park and created a fabulous read that is perfect for zombie fans.

The story continues right after the end of Undead, Bobby and her friends have been picked up by another school bus and think they've managed to leave the zombies far behind them but when the bus crashes they quickly find themselves back in danger. With Smitty missing it is up to Bobby, Alice and Pete, along with newcomer Russ, to find him using the clues that Bobby's mum has left for them. Even if they do manage to get the group back together can they find a way to get out of Scotland now that the country has been overrun by zombies and officially quarantined from the rest of the world?

Bobby is exactly how I remembered her - she is strong, resilient and knows how to kick zombie butt, there is no way she is going to give up on Smitty and she will do whatever it takes to find him. Pete tends to be the brains behind the operation and is great when it comes to figuring out the clues they have been given even when he isn't the best at physically fighting. Alice can be a bit hopeless but she always manages to look perfect and I have to admit to laughing at some of the things she gets up to. I did find myself missing the banter between Bobby and Smitty during the first half of the book but that was more than made up for when they finally catch up with him. Smitty manages to come up with such completely crazy ideas but they wouldn't have got as far as they did without him that's for sure.
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By Leanne Bell on 28 July 2014
Format: Paperback
This series is easily one of my favourites and the voice actor for the audio book is amazing and and I listen to it in bed at night (yes I know, listening to a zombie horror book in bed is asking for trouble sleeping, what can I say, I'm weird).

I read this is paperback first though because I didn't have the patience to sit and listen to a first read like I did with the first book. I couldn't wait to find out what had become of my now favourite characters.

I'm not going to lie, I felt the absence of Smitty for the first half of the book as him and Bobby are my favourite two-some, though admittedly there were enough Alice-isms to make up for it. The best part is the author seems to be able to write funny things without any effort. I haven't laughed so much in since I read 'Undead' with the fuzzy zombie carrot.

It was great to see Bobby really acting on her own in this book and she really is a kick-ass heroine. I love the way she takes no nonsense and yet when it comes to Smitty she can behave pretty girly. The best part? She spends a third of the book running around with no trousers on. It was so funny. But at least it was realistic. I mean you're not gonna refuse to escape a building full of zombies just because you're stuck wearing your knickers!

I will cry if there isn't another book. The ending wasn't like the last where the cliffhanger left you dying inside, but it was enough to make me think about what happens next. I'm begging Kirsty McKay to write another one because I want more Bobby/smitty banter, mire Alice blonde humor and Pete's geekiness!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Catherine on 15 Sep 2012
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I first read the first book when my friend borrowed it from the library and was hooked, telling me how good it was and how I needed to read it- and she was not wrong there. The book was told from the point of view of Bobby, your average school girl. Throw in a trip that goes disastrously wrong, add in a funny, flirtatious and witty Smitty, with a dash of overly smart and overconfident Pete and the slightly annoying but can-be-badass Alice and you have the perfect recipe for a great Zombie Apocalypse book. I waited anxiously for the sequel to come out- and I was not disappointed! With Smitty missing, the rest of the team, plus new guy Russ, goes in search of him with help from Bobbby's mother, who has left her clues that they have to decipher. The plot is full of twist and turns, and this series will make you laugh all the while as zombies are chasing after the lovable characters.
All I want now if for another book in the series to be written!
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I read the first book some weeks ago and could not wait to carry on the adventure. The story line in the first book ended with Bobby and her friends being caught in a further coach accident just as they thought they had been finally rescued from the zombies. The story begins with Bobby waking up in a bed, head shaven and not sure where she is. Martha a nurse tells her that she is in a military type hospital. Bobby meets up with her friends, Alice (malice), Pete, a new guy Russ who was apparently on the second bus, but no Smitty a young man whom Bobby has become fond of. He was bitten and bobby used the vaccine to cure him. Bobby's mum has disappeared. Right on cue the zombies appear again, and Russ, Pete, Alice and Bobby have to try and escape from the hospital, just as they think this is happening, snipers start to fire on them, they hide in the morgue and finally escape the hospital via a number of amazing adventures. They find Grace's car and set off to find Bobby's mother who has left clues on her mobile phone. The adventure continues, and they get separated when Bobby is left in the river, because the snipers turn up again. They continue through farms, train ride through Edinburgh and eventually end up at the lighthouse where they think Bobby's mum will come and get them. She does and they end up on a ship in the North Atlantic, and once again Bobby's mum has some zombies she is keeping on board. No surprise to find they escape and bobby and friends have to escape into the sea.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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