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Happy Hour of the Damned

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A-list Zombies - funny and ascerbic

Becoming a zombie in the most un-fabulous way, going to paranomal orientation classes, dealing with the vanity of the Sex in the City crowd when you're dead (morgue make-up!), learning to enjoy eating only the truly despicable (mostly) people, and throwing down when the...
Becoming a zombie in the most un-fabulous way, going to paranomal orientation classes, dealing with the vanity of the Sex in the City crowd when you're dead (morgue make-up!), learning to enjoy eating only the truly despicable (mostly) people, and throwing down when the lame zombie crowd shows up breathes new life (ha!) into a twice-dead genre.

The fantastically shallow tag hag of a character invokes sympathy from a reader because she says the things all the rest of us think when we're being total jerks. The sarcastic asides, snarky remarks, and absolute b*&^itude are completely forgivable seeing as she's had the Karma slap of being dead. And just when you want to hate her, she becomes human and does what's right even though it will totally eff up her tres chic ensemble.

posted by BooksAndBeer on December 30, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Definitely not happy hour

I have had this book for over a month now and still have not finished it. It is slow moving and all the extra side comments are snarky and unnecessary. To much time is spent on describing things from cupcakes to drink mixes, or to explain what the character meant by a...
I have had this book for over a month now and still have not finished it. It is slow moving and all the extra side comments are snarky and unnecessary. To much time is spent on describing things from cupcakes to drink mixes, or to explain what the character meant by a comment. It insults the intelligence and imagination of the readers.
Not a book I would recommend unless you are really hard up for something to read.

posted by JudySD on April 9, 2010

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