"everything you could possibly want from a third book in the series"
Amanda Feral is a zombie. She may be dead but for her it
isn't the end. Dressed in the best and most fashionable
clothes she can be seen at all the right places in the city
of Seattle. Amanda Feral is one of the most well known
undead celebrities and she loves it. She is beautiful and
her werewolf boyfriend will bite anyone who says otherwise.
Amanda is the best and nothing can stop her.
Well Ok, maybe money and the lack of it can. With her ad
agency about to go under, Amanda realises she needs money
and quick. An opportunity arises and Amanda gets involved
in a new reality show that she wouldn't have normally
touched with a 10 foot barge poll. Appear on the show, ruin
her reputation and make some fast cash. It all sounds so
easy. However, nothing is that easy in show business or in
Amanda's afterlife. Enter madness, murder and mayhem. Will
Amanda manage to come out of this with all her limbs still
Book three in the Amanda Feral series has been on my pre-
order wishlist since it appeared on Amazon and it was
possible to add it to my wishlist. So I was an extremely
happy kitty when a package arrived last week from Father
Christmas a.k.a Mark Henry. The title alone made me want
the book but I also couldn't wait to get back in touch with
my favourite zombie. Amanda has got to be the biggest bitch
in the Paranormal Urban Fantasy genre but I love her for it
and wouldn't change one single thing about her.
Mark Henry came through once again and channeled his inner
woman. For the third time the author has given us another
well written book filled with insanity and he also threw in
a good plot to keep the reader hooked. Witty, rude and
definitely not for the weak hearted, this series is nothing
like anything you will ever find anywhere. Guaranteed! For
anyone who has ever watched Ugly Betty, Amanda is the
Amanda in that show! Just a little deader! Ditsy, confident
and a force to be reckoned with, this zombie rules.
The story this time was just as crazy and full of action as
the previous two books. If you blink while reading this you
could miss everything. This series is worth checking out
just because it is a man writing as a woman. However this
series is one you will enjoy because it is fresh, unique
and utterly fantastic.
Battle of the Network Zombies came out in February.
For anyone who hasn't met up with Amanda I encourage you to
buy the first two books. If you already know and love
Amanda, you won't be disappointed. Battle of the Network
Zombies is everything you could possibly want from a
third book in the series.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted July 12, 2010