White Trash Zombie Unchained
Sixth in the dark, urban fantasy series that “shines in a crowded genre” (USA Today).Angel Crawford, white trash zombie, believes it’s time for zombies to come out of the dark and coexist openly with the living. However, there are plenty of people who disagree with her, from other zombies to... show more
Sixth in the dark, urban fantasy series that “shines in a crowded genre” (USA Today).Angel Crawford, white trash zombie, believes it’s time for zombies to come out of the dark and coexist openly with the living. However, there are plenty of people who disagree with her, from other zombies to corporations who stand to profit off the zombie parasite. Angel goes off the chain
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: White Trash Zombie (#6)
Such a good book. This series is consistently good but this book exceeds the previous books a little which is really unusual. I loved the zombiegators. The romance was okay, but not really understandable on the guys part, especially in this book. But overall a really great book/great series.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~BOOK BLURB~ White Trash Zombie Unchained Diana Rowland ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Angel Crawford has finally pulled herself together (literally!) after her disastrous dismemberment on Mardi Gras. She’s putting the pieces of her life back in order and is re...
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I had such a good time with this book! I am so glad that I happened upon this series because I have really grown to love Angel and the rest of the gang over the course of the series. I have been looking forward to listening to this book ...
Last book Angel, literally, fell apart. It’s a zombie problem. She’s back together now - but there’s another zombie problem: Shamblers. Mindless, hungry, aggressive… and contagious. Suddenly all of those fantastical images of a zombie apocalypse seem very real. And no matter what the outcome, it w...
Is this . . . the last book in this series? I honestly can't tell. There's a lot of plot threads that seem to reach an end here, but maybe the series is just headed in a new direction? Anyways. Not quite as funny as some of the previous ones, but with a lot of interesting content. And one annoyi...