Thursday, 14 November 2019


If you have not read ZEEKA CHRONICLES yet, here all the reasons why you should read it. It is available Worldwide on Amazon. CLICK HERE

1. Set in the year 2036 and inspired by the recent scare of the zika virus, ZEEKA CHRONICLES is a mind-blowing, bold, and original 'other world' book which captures readers’ imagination A vengeful jilted lover, zombies, and robots take center stage. The use of high tech weapons and shrinkenators will blow your minds.

2. Intertwined in the first part of this futuristic tale is a romance about Janet and Raynor which will warm readers’ hearts.

3 What Reviewers said.

a. "An entertaining read filled with suspense. A science-fiction story with lingering themes on human flaws and goodness. As a teacher/student this would make a great comparative study to Frankenstein or Shakespeare's plays, with love, lies, and revenge as persistent human traits.
b. Set in 2036 the unnerving accuracy of being in an era where we encounter robots as part of our daily lives takes the reader on a journey through time where human values, some negative and some are imperative to the improvement of the human condition.
c. If you're not a zombie fan, this book will draw you --destined to shock and delight."
d. “Mohammed did a great job taking current/recent events and imagining how they might affect our future.”
e. Brenda Mohammed's writing style is evocative of the future and she handles the science in her fiction brilliantly: reading is believing!
f. I loved Zeeka Chronicles; it has worldwide appeal for anyone looking for an entertaining story that is different.'
4. The book won 4 International awards
a Bronze Medalist in the Category Young Adult Thriller in Readers Favorite International Awards 2018,
b. Winner in Science Fiction in Summer Indie Book Awards 2017.
c. Winner of the gold award in the category science fiction in Connections Emagazine Readers' Choice Awards 2018.
d. Winner in the top ten finalists for science fiction in the Author Academy Global Awards 2018,.

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