by Kirsty McKay
After six weeks in a coma, Roberta "Bobby" wakes up to find that not only did the zombies not get stopped, they've multiplied. A LOT. In fact, Scotland is now completely quarantined. Yes, the entire country has been cut off from everyone else. It's every man, woman, and child for him- or herself.
Even the military hospital she's in isn't safe. When little children zoms break into her room, Bobby's time to recover is officially over. On her way out, she finds Alice and Pete, as well as a new guy, Russ.
Together, they must follow her mother's clues and try to track Smitty, Bobby's on-again/off-again something-ish, and then track down mom herself.
However, there's a very powerful, very well-funded, and very well-armed group who want them alive, though they won't be too sad about dead, and Bobby's group is running out of options.
Final thoughts: Missed the first book, Undead, so much of this lacked depth for me since the characters had basically been established beforehand. However, McKay does a good job keeping the reader in on the most important information without drowning in back story. Unfortunately, it doesn't always hold up when "villains" from the previous book appear and there's no way to know why we're supposed to hate them. Ok for what it was, but I don't really need to go back and read the first one.