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[Read Kindle] õ Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies/Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies Ì Winner of the Lambda Book AwardIt s a horror movie extravaganza in the second sequel to Brent Hartinger s Geography Club Two complete books in one recount the stories of best friends Min and Russel who sign up to be extras on the set of a zombie film and learn that there s nothing scarier than high school romance In the first book, Attack of the Soul Sucking Brain Zombies, Russel must choose between his long distance boyfriend and a close to home ex named Kevin who wants to get back together In the second book, Bride of the Soul Sucking Brain Zombies, Min struggles to accept her cheerleader girlfriend s decision to stay in the closetBut beware Russel and Min s separate stories affect each other in surprising ways and you ll have to read both books together to find out the whole story This book was previously published under the title Split Screen This book was a little less entertaining It was extremely short, and I know it was because of the split screen with Min s story, but the only problem I had with that is, I wasn t interested reading Min s story Russel is the character I fell in love with, and I want to knowabout his story, not just a little quick blurp and then suddenly Min s story It didn t seem to push the plot much further either Sadly it made me less than enthusiastic about it. Audible I m kinda disappointed with the third book I had noticed that an audiobook had in addition to Josh Hurley, a new, female narrator But I didn t know that Vanessa Johansson would tell me THE SAME STORY, but from Min s POV.I am not a big fan of female narrating and even less a fan of reading or listening the same story from different points of view Especially, when the story itself, comparing to the previous books, is less entertaining and too melodramatic for my taste.But I like RuAudible I m kinda disappointed with the third book I had noticed that an audiobook had in addition to Josh Hurley, a new, female narrator But I didn t know that Vanessa Johansson would tell me THE SAME STORY, but from Min s POV.I am not a big fan of female narrating and even less a fan of reading or listening the same story from different points of view Especially, when the story itself, comparing to the previous books, is less entertaining and too melodramatic for my taste.But I like Russel and still it was fun to listen to his thoughts.I can t say the same about Min s POV I found it pretty boring and flat, and after struggling through the half of it, I decided to give up I hope I ll have Russel PURE in the last book of the series SO BEAUTIFUL I really do understand Minabout bisexual That people do not understand why girl or boy are bisexual, not gay or lesbian I know that everyone said that bisexual islike confuse but you do like girl or guy..just both than one Yeah, I hear you, Min WhewKevin is biggest idiotI am so glad that Russ decided to pick right choice to stay in relationship D I really like Russ and Otto Parents ugh , SO BEAUTIFUL I really do understand Minabout bisexual That people do not understand why girl or boy are bisexual, not gay or lesbian I know that everyone said that bisexual islike confuse but you do like girl or guy..just both than one Yeah, I hear you, Min WhewKevin is biggest idiotI am so glad that Russ decided to pick right choice to stay in relationship D I really like Russ and Otto Parents ugh , I loved Brent Hartinger s trick in this third Russel Middlebrook story Russel, Min and Gunnar and Gunnar s girlfriend from the previous book become extras for a zombie movie And in the style of old fashioned horror flicks, the book is a double bill.In the first part, Russel is the narrator, telling us how he meets Kevin, his ex boyfriend from the first book, again and how it confuses him tremendously, as he is still deeply in love with his current boyfriend Otto, from the second book, al I loved Brent Hartinger s trick in this third Russel Middlebrook story Russel, Min and Gunnar and Gunnar s girlfriend from the previous book become extras for a zombie movie And in the style of old fashioned horror flicks, the book is a double bill.In the first part, Russel is the narrator, telling us how he meets Kevin, his ex boyfriend from the first book, again and how it confuses him tremendously, as he is still deeply in love with his current boyfriend Otto, from the second book, although he lives 800 miles away To complicate the story, Russel s parents find out he is gay and they are not amused Or supportive or understanding or anything Which leads to an interesting conversation with a priest, and Russel behaving in ways that are alien to him His dad seems to be the light in the tunnel, but Russel must work out his choice on his own Fortunately Gunnar, who tried fruitlessly to find a girlfriend in the first book, now turns out to be a useful adviser.In the second part, Min is the narrator, and she tells of her experiences She meets a potential girlfriend on the movie set, but the relationship provides challenges for Min s clear views on life She not only benefits from Gunnar s insights, but also from talks with her mother her parents have a completely different take on Min s sexuality than Russel s One also understands elements of Russel s story better, given what Min has to add.Once again, Brent Hartinger weaves an enticing tale filled with interesting characters, convincing situations and important things for all readers to consider.Brent Hartinger speel n boeiende tekstuele spel deur twee van sy hoofkarakters, Russel en Min, kans te gee om hul stories afsonderlik te vertel Die vriende word ekstras op die stel van n zombiefliek, en sowel Russel as Min word gekonfronteer met liefdesverhoudings en keuses vol uitdagings Hoewel Min met haar ma kan gesels, is Russel se ouers sterk negatief wanneer hulle hoor hy is gay Hartinger skep boeiende karakters en oortuigende situasies, en laat sy lesers met belangrike sake om te bepeins