Narrator: Allison McLemore
Length: 14 hours 21 min
Series: White Trash Zombie #4
Published by DAW on July 1, 2014
Genres: Urban Fantasy
It’s zombie versus zombie as the Saberton Corporation declares war against the Zombie Mafia, kidnapping several of their party. It falls to Angel to lead the remnants of her gang halfway across the country to claw their way through corporate intrigue, zombie drugs, and undead trafficking to rescue her friends—and expose the traitor responsible for their abduction...
This series has quickly become one of my favorites! In this installment, Angel is truly showing how much she has grown from that white trash, drug addicted person she was before becoming a zombie. Now her life is almost all together. Or it would be, if Saberton would just stay out of their lives. Angel’s relationship with Marcus is strained yet again (no loss there if you ask me) and the zombie momma, zombie baby dynamic has come across some snags. All of this works itself into the whole drama of Saberton’s attack against Angel and her friends.
It was so much fun having Angel thrown out into the big city life and see her reactions to it all. Not that she has time to enjoy it all, but you cannot help but laugh out loud at the circumstances she finds herself caught in.
Everyone is under suspicion, and who can Angel really trust in this rescue mission? Is it really a rescue mission or are they walking into a trap? The unknown makes the book more intense and you are always on the lookout to see if Angel is going to get stabbed in the back.
How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back was a quick, intense read for me and I loved every minute of it. I’m anxious to see what is next for Angel and crew. The ending of this story leaves off with some potential problems for Angel. I’m actually kind of nervous to see what kind of decisions she is going to make.
As usual, the narration on this book was amazing. I couldn’t imagine actually reading this series in ebook or paperback format, as I know I would miss Allison McLemore’s voice terribly.
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