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ROAD TRIP OF THE LIVING DEAD
by Mark Henry

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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The world's snarkiest, most unrepentant and best-dressed zombie hits the road in round two of Henry's twisted and hilarious series. Amanda is back with all her glorious bitchiness and social commentary, and readers are again treated to her narcissistic world view -- where the tastiest and most twisted lines are kept in the story's abundant footnotes. Henry has dark and raunchy comedy nailed!

When their vampire pal Gil screws up a "platinum" vampire resurrection, the resulting vampire kingpin is seriously pissed. Deciding that discretion is the better part of valor, flesh-eating zombies Amanda and Wendy and vampire Gil decide to vacate Seattle until the heat dies down. Since Amanda just got word that her hideously bitchy mother is dying, the trip can also give her a chance to say goodbye to mommy dearest.

With no time to plan, the trio hits the road in a borrowed Winnebago complete with a weird character called Fishhook and a hood ornament/ghostly companion called Mr. Kim. Despite their best efforts, danger stalks them, which is really a huge pain in the tush! (KENSINGTON, Mar., 288 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: KENSINGTON

Published: March 2009

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