"This is a series I am adding to my must read list."
Megan Berry had a normal life until her power to settle the
Undead returned. Then her best friend tried to kill her and
totally ruined Homecoming by using black magic to raise
zombies. However things aren't all that bad. Megan did
manage to get a place on the pom squad and a gorgeous
boyfriend. So every cloud, or in this case zombie attack,
does have a silver lining.
So normal isn't exactly how Megan would describe her life
anymore and things are just about to get even weirder.
Super-strong zombies, an Undead hottie who won't Settle and
a cheerleader vs. Pom squad war are just a few of the
problems Megan is facing. Throw in some family secrets that
could see Megan going to Settler prison for life and this
sixteen-year-old has more worries than any normal teenager
Undead Much? is the zombie filled sequel to You Are So
Undead to Me. When I read the first book in this series I
was totally sucked into the concept of a 'Zombie Settler'
and what they did. This time around I got totally grabbed by
the continuation and expansion of such a great unique idea.
Just as fun as the first book, Undead Much? sees Megan
growing into her Settler abilities as well as finding out
more about herself. The normality of being a teenager and
dealing with all those feelings isn't lost on Megan but it
is hard for her to find time to deal with them when zombies
are trying to kill you. However I am sure that a lot of
Young Adult readers will be able to connect with Megan,
zombies or not.
This series has got some really likable characters. Megan
and Ethan are two people I would love to be friends with and
the new edition Cliff is definitely someone I want to hear
from again. I am actually starting to like Monica a bit more
and I hope she continues to grow into bigger character.
The story this time around was well thought out and kept me
guessing till the end and kept the fresh and unique taste it
had last time. This series really is a great edition to the
Young Adult Paranormal genre and is on par with Mari Mancusi
and Heather Brewer. This is a series I am adding to my must
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted March 24, 2010