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Book Review: The Zombie Chasers. Nothing Left to OOZE!

The Zombie Chasers

The Zombie Chasers #5: Nothing Left to Ooze by John Kloepfer


About the Book: The living dead are back and they mean business in Nothing Left to Ooze, book five of John Kloepfer’s sidesplitting Zombie Chasers tween series, with illustrations by David DeGrand. Loaded with middle school shenanigans, fast-paced adventure, hilarious black-and-white drawings throughout, and—of course—a slew of brain-gobbling ghouls, The Zombie Chasers #5: Nothing Left to Ooze is the perfect pick for fans of the series and zombie aficionados everywhere!

After the original antidote wears off and millions of Americans suddenly rezombify, Zack Clarke and his crew of Zombie Chasers are on a mission to find a lasting cure. But to stop the undead for good, they’ll have to track down a brand-new Zombie Chaser first!

Hitting the road again, the Zombie Chasers set out on a zany international expedition where they’ll have to plow through abominable snow zombies on the Niagara River and outrun slime-drooling thrill-seekers at the biggest and best amusement park in the country! With rotting fairy-tale princesses and half-dead vacationers, it’s not just the Tilt-a-Whirl that will make them woozy. Can the Zombie Chasers end this carnival of frights before it’s too late?

Pages: 224

List Price: 16.99 USD

Ages: 8 to 12


My Review: If your kids love reading zombie books then they will find ‘The Zombie Chasers’ fun to read. In book #5, Zack and his friends comes up with a plan to defeat the living dead for good, but first they have to track down a brand new Zombie Chase to get the job done. But first they will have to survive long enough to come up with a solution on how to stop the humans from being zombies. Illustrations by David DeGrand are funny looking and helps tell the story.



FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book HarperCollins Publishing in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.





John Kloepfer began his writing career at five years old with a one-sentence short story: “And then one day the monsters came.” He lives in New York City, where he is preparing for a massive zombie invasion.


October 7, 2014 - Posted by | Book Review, HarperCollins Book Review | , , , , , ,


  1. Oh wow! I think my nephew would love this book! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

    Comment by Mippy/Sabrina | October 7, 2014 | Reply

  2. This is the type of zombie book that I could handle – no nightmares LOL!

    Comment by tmy56 | October 7, 2014 | Reply

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