From the moment Hannah Sanders arrived in town, she felt there was something wrong. A lot of houses were for sale, and the town seemed infected by an unearthly quiet. And then, on Hannah’s first day of classes, she ran into a group of cheerleaders—the most popular girls in school. The odd... show more
From the moment Hannah Sanders arrived in town, she felt there was something wrong. A lot of houses were for sale, and the town seemed infected by an unearthly quiet. And then, on Hannah’s first day of classes, she ran into a group of cheerleaders—the most popular girls in school. The odd thing was that they were nearly identical in appearance: blonde, beautiful, and deathly pale. But Hannah wants desperately to fit in—regardless of what her friend Lukas is telling her: if she doesn’t watch her back, she’s going to be blonde and popular and dead—just like all the other zombies in this town. . . .
Publish date: June 24th 2008
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
I love zombie movies. The cheesier the better. Sometimes they're not even real zombies, like The Stepford Wives. Or Disturbing Behavior, which everyone should see at least twice. This story reminded me strongly of Disturbing Behavior, however I couldn't invest as emotionally with it. Each character ...
The storyline seemed fairly repetitive to me. Also what I presumed was the climax didn't happen until around the second last chapter with little room to describe it fully.
I knew it...cheerleaders are EVIL!!I really wanted to like this book. Any zombie fan wouldn't pass up an opportunity to read a book about zombie cheerleaders, right? Well that's what I thought when I read the back cover. I was so excited. A freaking book about cheerleaders who kill and eat human fle...
3.5I'm of two minds on this one. On the one hand (or in the one mind, if you will), it was pretty fun and I caught little glimpses of something bigger that I think James was going for, a sort of social commentary/satire-ish piece on being a sheep, going with the crowd, lack of individuality, etc. ...
Hannah has just moved with her father to a new town AGAIN. She can’t understand how her father doesn’t understand that he can’t run from his problems. Once she gets settled someplace they seem to get into a financial situation that her father would run away from rather than solve. It never seems ...