AnnAlysis: Zombie Blondes

Zombie Blondes

I bought this book because I needed a book that started with Z for my A to Z Challenge. This was the first one I ran across and actually, I enjoyed it.

Hannah’s dad has had trouble ever since he turned in some dirty cops. Now he and Hannah move around every 1 to 6 months to stay away from bill collectors and harassment for his past.

Their newest town? Maplecrest. It seems like a ghost town driving in. Houses are For Sale everywhere.

Hannah makes a new friend at school, but he’s not the most desirable. He’s a bit of a freak, to put it nicely. And within the first day, Lukas is warning Hannah of the “it girls”.

They are the popular girls. They are the cheerleaders. They are beautiful. Super skinny. Electric blue eyes. Ghost white skin. And all of their names start with M.

Hannah would do anything to be one of the popular girls, but as her dream starts to come true, she realizes it may be more of a nightmare.

The title pretty much gives the point of the story away, but that didn’t ruin the book for me.

It was very well written and quite the page turner. And although the plot is obviously not realistic, I imagine most teenage girls could relate. High school is all about popularity and to be popular, there aren’t many boundaries.

One thing that I didn’t like about this book – even though it was a pretty big part – was all the girls names start with M. I understand the concept, but throughout the book, I never knew who anyone was. I know Morgan is the mean one. Meredith is the nice one and Maggie is the leader, but it took me until the end of the book to figure it out.

I’m very much a “series book” kind of girl. I liked the ending of this book because it left it open for a series if James would ever want to write one. And he left it with a lot to work with.

I enjoyed this book and although I’ve heard it hasn’t gotten many good reviews, I’m going to give it 4 bookmarks.




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4 responses to “AnnAlysis: Zombie Blondes

  1. I need a Z for the challenge, too! In fact, this is the first Z title I’ve seen. Definitely sounds like a unique book… and I love the cover art. Very creepy!

    • I just happened to run across this. I went to the bookstore with a list of letters I needed and scanned the YA section for books I didn’t already have in mind. I was about to give up and saw this!

  2. This sounds like it could have promise. That would be rather anyoing though to have all the girl characters names start with M… LOL! I might have to give this a try. Thanks for the soild review!

  3. Sorry, Two Typos there – I meant annoying and solid! LOL! That’s what I get for Typing too fast!

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