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Do you like sleep? No, you don’t, if you’re reading Spill Zone.
There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art…It’s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn’t wait for Broken Vow.
Book one left us on a huge cliffhanger, desperate for answers. Broken Vow delivered that and more. When you thought the creatures and zombie-like bodies couldn’t get any creepier, they do!
Two sisters, one creepy doll, and a boy across the world hold our attention in this one. What’s the tie between the spill in America and the one in North Korea? More than you can imagine, I promise.
There’s not much I can say about the story other than the art is as much a storyteller as the words are. Pay attention to the use of colors and how the panels are laid out to attract your attention. Scott and Alex work well as a creative pair!
The spill zone series is fantastic. I love the relationship between the two sisters and how there's no real love interest like other YA novels. I love that Addison stands on her own without a Male secondary character stealing the show. Even when Don Jae shows up.
Not to mention Addison's relationship to Alexa is front and center. Another great story by Scott Westerfeld, one of my largest writing influencers.