My Life as a White Trash Zombie (White Trash Zombie #1) by Diana Rowland

5 stars!

It’s Zombiefest July with my freaky girls in the MacHalo group!


Angel Crawford is a loser and not the sharpest crayon in the box. She lives in a dump with her white trash dad. There’s a layer of beer cans on their driveway dating back years. No one does the dishes until there aren’t any clean ones left. Angel drinks and does drugs and has an on/off boyfriend who lives in a trailer and runs a garage out of an old shed outside. She can hold a job down for about 3 months. But one day, she wakes up in a hospital and has no idea how she got there. And on top of that, someone just hands her a decent job at the morgue! Then people start getting killed in weird ways, and she’s got these bizarre cravings

Screw it, I’m giving this one all the stars! It feels like it’s been awhile that I had such fun reading a book. Who knew that becoming a zombie could transform a white trash girl into something better. This book has an interesting take on zombies and there is some cool world-building. I’ve never seen zombies portrayed this way before. The writing style kept me engaged from beginning to end and I am definitely interested in finding out what happens to Angelkins next.


Review also found at: Goodreads


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