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#33: Eve Eden VS. The Zombie Horde - Suz Korb

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Kidnapped by a vampire, epically farted on by a pug and dragged through the pits of Hell. Welcome to Eve Eden’s world in the small and strange town of Twin Forest.
Eve has goals. She has dreams and ambitions that don’t involve staying in this weird, podunk town. When supernatural forces collide, dropping her into the heart of England, she’s not pleased. When Eve said she wanted to get the heck out of dodge, she didn’t mean getting transported into a castle dungeon.
A hellish incident turns Eve’s hair white. She can’t explain a slight attraction to a vampire who’s been sent to kill her. Can life get any worse? Apparently it can, because just around the corner at Twin Forest’s cemetery--waits the zombie horde.

Kindle Edition: 485 KB
ASIN: B006BC5OR0


Author Bio:
Author Suz Korb writes supernatural comedy-horror novels with a splash of paranormal romance. The first novel in her Bedeviled trilogy, Eve Eden vs. the Zombie Horde, is a young adult adventure tale of hellish proportions.
Visit Suz at her website.


My Opinion:
Who wouldn't want to stretch their imagination and see what unfolds? I did when I saw the synopsis for this book. I knew it would be something that stretched my imagination and took me very far from anything in the real world.
Would I want a kid reading this book? No, but an older teenager, yeah, okay. There is a mass amount of violence in this book.
I felt it had too many elements at times, and jumped around between situations and settings a little too often for my liking, but the actual premise and plot was full of action and adventure.
I loved the romantic ending too, took me by surprise.
The favorite thing for me was Thunderbug, the Pug. You will immediately know why when you read the story.


3/5


Recommend? To anyone over 16.





~I received a copy from Bewitching Book Tours. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

Comments

  1. Thanks for hosting a review stop on my book tour for day 1!

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  2. I would love to read this book.
    Who doesn't love vampires and zombies?

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  3. My two favorite parts of this post are "epically farted on by a pug" and "supernatural comedy-horror novels with a splash of paranormal romance"! (commenting as Justine)

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  4. Misscrabbypants, I sure had fun writing it! :)

    Justine, I'm reliving more of Thunderbug's epic farts while writing book 3 now ;)

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