Review: White Trash Zombie Unchained by Diana Rowland

Publisher: Berkely

Publishing Date: April 2016


Genre: SciFi

Rating: 1.0/5

Publishers Description: Angel Crawford has finally pulled herself together (literally!) after her disastrous dismemberment on Mardi Gras. She’s putting the pieces of her life back in order and is ready to tackle whatever the future holds.

Review: Wow man. I mean really a slow, slow slog through the chasm of dialogue and stilted movement. This was an epic push to read, chapter to chapter. Forget Angel and her “zombie with a heart of gold character” while being oh so hot and productively captivating.

This was like watching two turtles fuck while eating nails. The characters are forgettable and because there is no movement you care even less what happens to them. What I was expecting was a zombiefied baddass punker gnashing her teeth while ripping out the throats of the deservedly criminal element while feasting on their brains. What I got was a co-ed hottie not-really- zombie with the perfect friends that love her so and her undying humanistic nature that bludgeons you on every page.

The writing is patterned and scripted and leaves you wanting something visceral. The ‘shivers down spines” and other phrasing fillers read like a paperback romance novel. If only the cover lived up to the content. Don’t waste your time, especially when all the 5 stars reviews out there have no written content.

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