Why is it that zombies appeal to all ages?And why, oh why, is Wal-Mart always the best place to stock up and hole up during a zombie invasion?I had a lot of fun reading MJA Ware’s Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb. The book was relatively short (eBook version was about 96 pages) and illustrated with simple black and white stick figure drawings. I chuckled while reading this book, even giggle-snorted a few times.SZJMB begins as our two young heroes Nate and Misty return from an “unauthorized” camping trip. They arrive to find the town deserted. Well, not exactly. The mayor is there to greet them, but he is behaving a little out of character. There are some zombies running around and they are looking for a quick bite.I loved Nate and Misty. They were remarkably resourceful for two kids that found themselves all alone in their town. By accident, the kids discover how to neutralize zombies. They also rescue Kali the boy genius as zombies are chasing him down. Together they develop the Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb and save their town from the zombie hoard and even from the zombie chickens. Yes, zombie chickens.This book is not gory or bloody so even readers with weak stomachs could enjoy this. I don’t think it could frighten young readers as the pictures are quite funny. I’m guessing this will appeal to 12 year old boys, only because I have a 12 year old boy who really wants to read this.I won a copy of this book.