Kissing Zombies

Kissing Zombies BOOKS OF THE Girl s Guide DUOLOGY Rebecca Willis is a year old survivor of a zombie pandemic who s still in love with her high school crush Lance Tanner who just happens to be be a zombie But

  • Title: Kissing Zombies
  • Author: Richard Paul Denney
  • ISBN: 9781475135046
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • BOOKS 1 2 OF THE Girl s Guide DUOLOGY Rebecca Willis is a 17 year old survivor of a zombie pandemic who s still in love with her high school crush Lance Tanner, who just happens to be be a zombie But when things begin to threaten her ties with Lance she must choose over saving her own life and the lives of her friends or saving her zombie.

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    1. The cover on this bind-up and the synopsis intrigued me. I was, however, expecting a zombie / humorous story based on the titles A Girl's Guide to Falling In Love With a Zombie, and A Girl's Guide to Breaking Up With a Zombie. Instead, this is a serious story set in a world decimated by a zombie plague triggered by a terrorist attack. It isn't explained if the plague was intentional, or an unexpected side effect of the attack. Perhaps this was glossed over to keep the story short, but I would ha [...]

    2. These zombie tales (as it is the volume for A Girl's Guide series by Richard Denney) are fast paced, action packed, short, and can be deeply developed in sadness. Which you would expect as it is an end of the world, zombie book. Since it’s short of course it’ll be fast paced. In the beginning you see how the world is with zombies trying to get in for some of that human brain but then you see that the main girl is in love with one of those zombies. Because of this, she can’t leave her dead [...]

    3. Original Review: totallybookalicious.cI grabbed this on Kindle for free. The cover caught my eye and so did the title. So I snapped it up. I went into it thinking it was going to be a fun, light read. And in a way it was. It was very light and very quick. It doesn't take any brain power to read so it works good for a filler novel. However, I like my books to have some depth to the story so it just didn't grab me.Kissing Zombies is a bind up of two novella's; A Girl's Guide to Falling in Love Wit [...]

    4. I love the author! I love his videos on youtube and his tweets on twitter! And that is the reason why I picked up this book of his. It is the first zombie-book I ever read because I avoid zombie-themed whatever. I do not like zombies, or the concept behind it, and I cannot–for the life of me–understand the hype around these creatures be it in books, movies, or even music.That said: this book was a fun and short read. I do not have the feeling of havening wasted time or money buying and readi [...]

    5. What I read was actually a bind up of both parts of A Girl's Guide. called it I'm in Love with a Zombie, but GoodReads doesn't have that on here. This was a good story. I enjoyed reading it and finished it on a little over an hour. My main complaint is that I thought it was too short. There was so much potential to lengthen it and make it into a full novel. The idea was great and I would have loved to have seen Richard explore this world he created a bit more.My only other complaint was the amo [...]

    6. The book completely lost me when characters admitted that they killed their families so they won't turn into zombies. Forget about the completely idiotic main character. Is this what the author thinks teen girls act like? Maybe he should have written a book from teen boy pov instead.

    7. A quirky funny short tale of zombies and love. I can usually overlook grammar/spelling errors but it was distracting with the several that jumped out at me

    8. Started out funny afterward just got silly. I was missing world building, love building , character development etc.

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