Posts Tagged ‘Diana Rowland’

White Trash Zombie ApocalypseWhite Thrash Zombie is a zombie fiction series with a twist. Its not about our  usual brainless walking dead zombies. I loved the first book but then it happened! the thing which happens in every series, story looses its quality and stats to bore you. ”White Thrash Zombie Apocalypse” is the 3rd installment in this series. Not as enjoyable as the first two in the series (hope it gets better in the 4th book). This book had an overall tighter tone compared to the previous two stories. May be the lack of humor made it bit boring to read.

Our white thrash zombie, Angel is a busy girl trying to solve her issues. Alcoholic dad, on and off boyfriend, zombie mafia, and need of keeping the job at any pressure can be a handful. But soon everything is going to change when a zombie movie starts filming in town. When a dead body finds it way in the film set she starts to suspect something is rotten there, not the film but the people behind it.

My rating: 2 out of 5. The plot was kind of all over the place, so many information and so less importance in the story made it more irritating to read. But the cover of this book is attractive and kind of creepy too.

Even White Thrash Zombies Get the Blues”Even White Thrash Zombies Get the Blues” is second installment in White Thrash Zombie series. I think this was a pretty decent follow up to the first book but I can’t say that I enjoyed this one quite as much as the first one. What I really liked about this book is that Angel is quite independent now. She has accepted being a zombie and settled into her new life. Her job is good and she is getting paid well, enough to take care of bills and her dad. she has a great set of new friends, and even a new boyfriend. 

Angel is trying hard to make a new life but her felony record is coming back to haunt her. It seems like more zombie hunters are popping up and there is something bigger than that, zombie mafia. Someone wants to kidnap Angel and the reason is unknown. Someone is stealing body from morgue and Angel is under suspicion. Until she finds out who did that Angel can’t clear her record.

First half of the book was bit repetitive, other than that its a good time pass read. My rating: 3 out of 5. I recommend this book to Zombie fiction fans.

My life as a white thrash zombie“It reminds me of an old joke: What did the Zombie say to the whore?”
I looked at him blankly. “Um….what?”
He winked. “Keep the tip.”

My life as a white thrash zombie is the first book in ”White Thrash Zombie” series. In this book zombies are shown in different angle.  In every other book you might have read about walking dead zombies killing people mindlessly. But in book our zombie has a life which apparently sucks but like all normal teenagers it has problems in life.

Angel Crawford is your typical white trash chick with a pill popping addiction and with a addicted boyfriend living with her alcoholic dad in Louisiana. One day she finds herself in hospital waking up from a bad accident with no memory of what really happened. Hospital staff say that she was found butt naked lying on road but no one knows what is the true story. She finds a note addressed to her saying that she is required to take a job otherwise she will be dead, thinking that this note is from her parole officer and that she’s being threatened with jail she opts to take the job instead. Now she is working in Coroner’s Office as a driver and helper in postmortem of dead bodies. Angel starts noticing odd changes like how she’s somehow able to stand the sight of the dead bodies when before the accident she was squeamish from just the sight of blood. She also starts noticing that the bodies have a pleasant scent to them like chocolate and cookies and biscuits and gravy and everything else that was delicious. Bodies start turning up all over town with their heads missing and it begins to look suspiciously like a rogue zombie just trying to get his next meal. Angel is so close to find out who is the murderer but her suspect ends up as next victim.

There is a lot of humor and suspense which will make the book interesting to read. My rating: 3 out of 5. It is a must read if you are a zombie fiction fan.