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White Trash Zombie Unchained
White Trash Zombie #6
Diana Rowland

September 5, 2017/ ISBN 978-0756408244

Reviewed by Jan Fields


Angel Crawford is one busy zombie, ever since she got over being torn apart at Mardi Gras. She's taking college classes, working in the morgue, and helping out when she can at the zombie research lab. But things get a little too busy when people begin dying and coming back as mindless, shambling monsters. And this zombie epidemic is growing, fast. Plus, some FBI agent is showing way too much interest in Angel. And to top it off, it looks like the only way to find a cure is to work with the one person Angel hates most in the world. Despite what might seem a rather grim story idea, Rowland manages to bring plenty of fun to the table with Angel's unique personality and her deep love of the people around her. It's been a joy watching Angel evolve and grow as a person through the series, and learn to deal with the people she loves in healthy ways. As with all the books in this series, the pace is fast, making this a book that's hard to put down. Though the story is an unusual take on zombies, this book reads well even if you've not followed the series from the beginning, but you'll want to read them all eventually, because this is a literary ride you won't want to catch right from the start.

Reviews of other titles in this series

My Life As a White Trash Zombie #1
Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues #2
White Trash Zombie Unchained

Reviewed 2017