Saturday, February 2, 2013
You Are So Undead to Me [Review]
#1 in Megan Berry series
272 Pages [Kindle]
Published 22 Jan 2009
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Fifteen-year-old Megan Berry is a Zombie Settler by birth, which means she’s part-time shrink to a bunch of dead people with a whole lot of issues.
All Megan wants is to be normal—and go to homecoming, of course. Unfortunately, it’s a little difficult when your dates keep getting interrupted by a bunch of slobbering Undead.
Things are about to get even more complicated for Megan. Someone in school is using black magic to turn average, angsty Undead into flesh-eating Zombies, and it’s looking like homecoming will turn out to be a very different kind of party—the bloody kind.
Megan must stop the Zombie apocalypse descending on Carol, Arkansas. Her life—and more importantly, homecoming—depends on it.
This book was okay. It's not the best book I've read, but it was okay.
The main character, Megan Berry, is a Settler. She puts the Undead back into their graves after settling their qualms from when they were alive, like telling a girlfriend they really loved them or what not. She's a bit whiny for a main character - a little on the ditsy side. I did like the whole aspect of the Settler thing. The other characters weren't necessarily that strong either. It is a readable book, but I'm not sure that it is something that will blow you away.
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