Monday, July 7, 2014

Two New Zombie Books to Read

While there are tons of new and recently released zombie books every week (and I'll be listing some I found recently on the blog here), I thought I'd mention a couple new releases since I read previous books in both series:

  Diana Rowland's fourth and latest in her series, How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back, has zombie Angela tracking down some missing zombies, and eventually targeting the Saberton Corporation as being behind it. But the way to the solution is paved with zombie drugs, undead trafficking, and danger...

It's been fun seeing Angela turn her former drug-addicted life around  - even if she had to do it by dying and turning zombie. She survives by taking brains at her medical examiner office job, and has been trying to help others, and other zombies, as each book progresses. (I'm behind on the series and have to read book three yet.)


 Author Scott Kenemore follows his successful Zombie, Ohio: A Tale of the Undead and Zombie, Illinois: A Novel with Zombie, Indiana: A Novel. As in the first two novels, it's politics and zombies colliding (even if some may think there is no difference. ha!) This time the Hoosiers are fighting the undead as the governor tries to find his missing daughter, save the state, and thwart a zombie horde.

Having grown up in Chicago, the second book in the series was naturally my favorite and  fun to read since it used familiar landmarks and had  a fitting scene - an undead Capone attacking and eating the mayor. We'll see what happens in Indiana this time.














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