- File Size: 739 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (June 25, 2012)
- Publication Date: June 25, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008EZXJ7E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,236,063 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
After the first few chapters the author found her stride and took off running delivering a story that was interesting, descriptive, funny, gruesome and just totally enjoyable. I didn't find it too gory but on occasions found myself pondering over whether I could do the things Armando did for Meg.
The story races to an intense conclusion and then sets it up for a sequel. I highly recommend this book and anxiously await the second novel. Kristi Jones is a phenomenal addition to the paranormal genre!
What I liked about this book: The plot is original. I have never read about Valkyries and the story the author weaves is intriguing. I stayed up way too late reading this book-a price I will gladly pay tomorrow.
Meg is a party girl, and rather unlikable in my opinion. She wakes up after her twenty-first birthday to find a rotting zombie/corpse following her around. She doesn't like her goody-two-shoes neighbor, Armando, but is forced to go to him for help in extricating herself from the problem. She has to find out what happened, why and how to get her life back. Because now, she is rotting and the corpse is coming back to life. At one point, the stench emanating from her is just as bad as the zombie.
Meg is selfish and usually makes the wrong choices, but when the reader learns about her childhood and her awful parents, it is easy to understand why.
Armando is her polar opposite. He had a wonderful childhood and parents who actually loved him. He enlists the help of his father, a physician, to try to heal Meg's body and figure out how to rid herself of the zombie.
They go to Meg's parents' house to find out more about what's happening. Her father is not at all surprised at Meg's appearance or the zombie following her, and expects her to await her mother's arrival. <spoiler> Armando's father, Dr. G., studies up on Norse legends and learns that Meg has unknowingly called down a replacement curse. She will go journey with the dead and give someone else extended life.Read more ›
Meg just celebrated her 21st birthday. Waking up the morning after to a horrendous sight that she swears is caused by some hallucinogenic drug that was slipped into one of her drinks the night before. She goes on one amazingly nightmarish adventure to get things figured out one she finds out it's not a hallucination. But a real honest to goodness corpse that has made way to her side. With the help of one good neighbor (Armando), his father (Dr. G) and her two close friends (Tee and Emma) questions become answered, truths come to light and Meg grows in many ways. It's amazing what reality can bring forth when you get a good dose of it!
I really enjoyed the world Kristi created in The Corpse Goddess. There's only a touch of romance that is a slow build (no hot n' spicy scenes here). But it added even more to the book as a whole and showed the growth of the characters as a pair. I was left with some lingering questions. There were a couple of untied ends that left me with a, hmm. Does this mean there's a book two to come? I would love to see that! Kristi, if you were trying to leave your readers wanting more, you succeeded!
Meg is a college student who wanted to get away from her non-loving parents. One morning she woke up in her studio apartment and little did she know but her whole life was about to change. A zombie has shown up after a night of playing seance's in the cemetery, when Meg goes to the only person she can think of for help, her neighbor, Armando is more than willing to help.
Soon Meg starts experiencing some body changes that aren't looking too good. Armando does the first thing he can think of: He takes her to his father the Doctor.
When Meg realizes what she is and what she is becoming she goes to her least favorite people of all, her parents. Her parents weren't very sympathetic to her situation, in fact they knew about it all along and couldn't wait for her transformation to happen. For Meg, this was all very traumatizing, she needed to find away to be herself again.
So with the help of her besties, Armando, and Dr. Gonzales, she was determine to find away out of this curse that she had unknowingly started. However, by doing this she may lose the one person who really cares for her.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
`Corpse Goddess' was one of the best zombie novels I have read. I just recently got into zombie novels and this one was amazing. It had everything. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Chasity Tarantino
I have to say that I have never read a book remotely similar to this one. The originality of the story kept me entertained throughout. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by Coffee Time Romance & More
This book really surprised me, I wasn't quite sure what to think of it going in, but within the first couple pages, I was already totally in love with Meg, and wanted to find out... Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by HD
I found this story really interesting and really good! I have never read another book like it (if I have, I can't think of it right now..oh well). It was exciting and fast-paced. Read morePublished on September 2, 2012 by Alisia
The Corpse Goddess is really a strange read! When I first saw the cover I expected a Strong heroine kind of story but that was not the case. Read morePublished on August 23, 2012 by Paranormal Cravings REVIEWS | E-Magazine
Don't let the title fool you!! This book was refreshing and creative, which is something I deeply enjoyed. Read morePublished on August 17, 2012 by Nette's Bookshelf Reviews
Review by Sabrina (By The Cover Book Club Member and Operator of [...]
Blurb: Party girl Meg Highbury wakes up the morning after her twenty-first birthday with one hell... Read more
This isn't for the very young crowd, because it does contain a few gross scenes, and some foul language (a little), and drinking, etc., but it would be fine for mid-teens and up. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Michael Sirois
I made the mistake of starting this book while trying to eat lunch at the same time, lets just say that didn't go so well. Read morePublished on August 8, 2012 by kindlemom1 (My Guilty Obsession)