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#102: The Zombie Always Knocks Twice - E. Van Lowe (With Giveaway)

Hollywood, California, is known for swimming pools,
movie stars…and now the risen dead.
Hollywood can be a difficult place to grow up, especially if you’re Kristine Golden, a fifteen-year-old necromancer with a sworn duty to lay the risen dead back to rest and no desire to be in the movie business.
When handsome deadie Alex Romero swaggers into her life, Kris must keep her promise, despite her growing feelings for him. If that’s not enough to give a girl a headache, a murderous zombie comes knocking at Kris’s door, rocking her world and threatening her family.
Can Kris solve the mystery of the rampaging zombie before someone else winds up dead? Or will the walking dead take over Hollywood and turn it into…Hollyweird?
  • Kindle: 697 KB
  • Print Length: 211 pages
  • Publisher: Imajin Books (August 21, 2012)
  • ASIN: B0090V6TIW
Author Bio:
  E. Van Lowe is an author, television writer, screenwriter, playwright and producer who has worked on such TV shows as The Cosby Show, Even Stevens and Homeboys In Outer Space. He has been nominated for both an Emmy and an Academy Award.
His first YA paranormal novel, Never Slow Dance with a Zombie, was a selection of The Scholastic Book Club and a nominee for an American Library Association Award. His bestselling novels, Boyfriend from Hell and Earth Angel are the first two books in the Falling Angels Saga.
He is also horror novelist Sal Conte, author of the '80s horror classics, Child's Play and The Power. Sal's latest, "The Toothache Man," a short story published as an e-book, is available on Amazon.
E. lives in Beverly Hills, California, with his spouse, a werewolf, several zombies and a fairy godmother who grants him wishes from time to time.


My Review for Boyfriend From Hell
My Review for Earth Angel

My Review for Never Slow Dance with a Zombie will be featured next month at VVB32 Reads Blog!

MY OPINION:
I am a fan of E.'s books and this is no exception. It was a very fun read, and fitting for the season.
I love a good zombie story too. This definitely fit that bill. I will say, there were moments I thought were kinda gross, or graphic, but not so out-of-hand that teens can't read it. It is definitely one the kids will enjoy too! 

4/5

Recommend? Yes!!

DISCLAIMER: I received an ecopy for review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.

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