Unfed starts where Undead finishes. McKay doesn't waste anytime jumping back into the action. Just as you finish the first few pages - the zombie count starts. Things are stepped up a notch as the zombies start to grow intelligence and start becoming true foes. Bobby has learned a few things with her encounters in Undead, and readers find her not only smarter- but funnier. You have to love a girl who can keep a sense of humor even while being chased by zombies. McKay gives the reader a story that is well balanced between action,gore and witty humor. The action sequences help increase the tension and suspense- always leaving the reader more. As I reader, I truly became addicted.
McKay does a great job building the characters and their relationships. She keeps the reader guessing. Unfed is definitely a book zombie lovers should pick up. Fans of Carlie Higson's series the Enemy would also love Mckay's Undead and Unfed.