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Review: Confessions of a Teenage Zombie Queen - Stacey Jay

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Confessions of a Teenage Zombie Queen (Dead High, #0.5)

Review: Confessions of a Teenage Zombie Queen - Book #0.5 Dead High Series - Stacey Jay - September 2014.

What would you do if you discovered that after your death you didn't completely die? That you would become a Zombie and have to live the rest of your life in disguise as the world, you knew thought you were dead and buried? For Cheerleader and Queen B Karen Vera, that's exactly what happened for her as one minute she was on top of a Cheerleading Pyramid and then the next minute she was on the ground with her head cracked open and brains starting to spill out. However, Karen wasn't technically dead as turns out that she possesses a genetic mutation gene carried from her father's side, and now she has turned into a Zombie. Yes, you heard right - a brain -eating Zombie. Karen's life is about to get flipped upside down as she is visited by a Principal of a Zombie or as the PC call it Dead-Challenged aka Dead High School. Now Karen is being shipped off to Dead High School where she will learn the tricks and tips of how to be a Zombie. Confessions of a Teenage Zombie Queen is the prequel novella to Stacey Jay's series "My So-Called Death" which feature Karen attending Dead High with her Gothic roommate. Now that I have read Confessions of a Teenage Zombie Queen, I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. This book is perfect for those who hopped on the "cute Zombie YA bandwagon" a few years ago and read Generation Dead series by Dan Walters, and I Kissed a Zombie, and I liked it by Adam Selzer. 







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