White Trash Zombie Apocalypse (White Trash Zombie #3)
by Diana Rowland
What is it about:
Lights, cameras... zombies!
When a zombie movie starts filming in town, things get crazy, and white trash zombie Angel Crawford suspects it’s not just the plot of the movie that’s rotten. With zombies both real and fake roaming the streets, it’s up to Angel to fit all the pieces — and body parts — together to save herself, her town, and quite possibly the human race.
What did I think of it:
Although I liked the first book, I didn't think I would grow to love this series as much as I do now. These books just keep getting better and better.
Angel might be a thinking zombie, that doesn't mean this book doesn't have some really cool zombie action. Angel gets in the way of people with some sinister plans and soon she's trying hard to stay alive.
I'm still not very happy with Angel's love interest Marcus, but I liked how she stood up for herself in this book, and how she did things her own way instead of letting herself be saved by him. I'm loving how Angel is growing throughout these books.
I was very happy with the return of one character from book 2, and there are lots of reasons to believe he'll start playing a big part in Angel's life. I can't wait to see if Rowland takes the story where I hope she'll take it.
All in all this is a really fun and action-filled book and I will most certainly continue reading this series.
Why should you read it:
Seriously: It's the best 'thinking' zombies series I've read so far.