I really enjoyed this book, it has a lot of twisted humor in it.
I think the biggest thing I have an issue with is, okay, male author, main character female, and yet she talks, acts, and thinks like a guy on hormones.
I bought my book actually at Goodwill, hoping it was a good read and I wasn't disappointed.
love this book, wry, sarcastic and funny. a nice turn on the genre.Published 1 month ago by kjhk.gkhbl.
Couldn't get any further than the fifth chapter. Just not for me, I guess... I found it offensive, degrading, annoying, shallow, and even worse than all that - boring. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mnater
If you like your undead: stylish, snarky, and label whores, then this is the book for you! Mark Henry creates a zestful, albeit sarcastic afterlife, that you should know about. Read morePublished 5 months ago by beth.wolfenne
I have never seen a novel with footnotes that wasn't a translation. It's innovative and they're funny. If I were reading a paperback I would have enjoyed them. Read more
I bought my book actually at Goodwill, hoping it was a good read and I wasn't disappointed. I've been trying to find something that catches my imagination and something that I... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rachel Scott
I've really gotten into reading zombie books lately. Thus far in my zombie reading adventures it has been the upmost importance to kill the zombies. Read morePublished on September 13, 2012 by Vanessa
WARNING: If your sensibilities are easily offended then I suggest you not read this book. Of course, you will be missing out on one ridiculously hilarious book. Read morePublished on September 18, 2011 by Raelena
Road Trip of the Living Dead
Somewhere in Mark Henry's basement, a poor wannabe celebutante sits chained to a desk with a stripped down computer as the only source of... Read more
couldn't stomach (pun intended) this book. give me rachel morgan or sookie stackhouse or mac in the dublin fever books anyday over this lame vain "heroine"!Published on March 13, 2011 by Janine