Published Date: July 3, 2012
Publishing Co.: DAW
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
“Good thing I was a lying, untrustworthy bitch. ‘Cause there was no fucking way I was letting this shit go. Not as long as I was the one being slammed in the news. Both the zombie mafia and the rebel zombie alliance could suck my white trash undead ass.”
In her first life, before becoming a zombie, Angel Crawford was a loser. Now however, she’s working very hard at improving herself. After all, she could live a very long life provided she doesn’t run out of brains or get decapitated. She has a pretty steady relationship with a cop, her boss at the morgue enjoys teaching her and thinks she has great potential and her relationship with her dad is even improving bit by bit.
Then, a masked man forces his way into the morgue at gun point and steals a cadaver. She doesn’t resist….much because she knows there are cameras covering the entire property.
With luck much like her old life, the cameras haven’t been functioning for several days and so nothing is caught. The people who work directly with Angel believe her, but the higher ups that are running election campaigns have to lay the blame on someone since they have nothing to go on but Angel’s word. Her old life is brought to the forefront of the newspapers and she’s made to look like a drug addict who fell off the wagon and now some poor victim’s family doesn’t have a body to bury.
Even her boyfriend Marcus, thinks that she’s remembering things wrong or doesn’t know exactly what she saw. Thing is, she isn’t that junky bitch anymore and no one is going to treat her like it. If no one else knows what to do about it, she’ll figure it all out herself. She might be a high school dropout, but that was in a life that didn’t count.
Virtually on her own, a little help from friends here and there, she discovers that someone is experimenting on zombies. That someone convinced her old friend Ed to deliver zombie heads to them for research by fueling his hate of zombies he blamed for his parents death. But, it’s beginning to look like that person would like to have a ‘live’ zombie to experiment on and they know about Angel.
9 thoughts on “Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues (White Trash Zombie #2) -Book Review”
I think I have a copy of the first book, I really should read it!
You should! They’re a lot of fun. 🙂
Oh, man, I super duper hope find and read yourself a copy of Night of the Living Trekkies, which is one of the best and funniest zombie books I’ve ever read. No need to know anything about Star Trek to follow along.
Well that’s good because I don’t really lol. I used to watch NG with my dad but I was a wee tot. 😛 I’ll have to keep that book in mind!
Authors shouldn’t underestimate the power of an eye-catching title because that would certainly stand out among the crowd of samey zombie apocalypse titles.
I know, I love these titles lol. The next one is called White Trash Zombie Apocalypse. 🙂
Yay! So glad you enjoyed it. I need to add the third one to my collection so we both can continue reading the series. Plus, the covers are so badass that of course I need ALL of them. 😛
I LOVE the artwork on the covers of this series. Well, I love this series in general too. 😛