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That Ghoul Ava and The Queen of the Zombies
     

That Ghoul Ava and The Queen of the Zombies

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by TW Brown
 

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Ava Birch killed herself and woke up a ghoul with an attitude and a hunger for the dead.

With no manual and very little help coming from the supernatural community, Ava offers her services to the regional psychic. Her newest job? Apparently zombies have been spotted in a small town nearby.

Ava wades in thinking that this job will be a piece of cake...or

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Ava Birch killed herself and woke up a ghoul with an attitude and a hunger for the dead.

With no manual and very little help coming from the supernatural community, Ava offers her services to the regional psychic. Her newest job? Apparently zombies have been spotted in a small town nearby.

Ava wades in thinking that this job will be a piece of cake...or at least as tasty. Navigating meddling vampires, bothersome witches, and a peculiar case of memory loss...and now her best friend and human companion has up and walked out.

Things go from bad to worse when Ava discovers that there is a force behind these recent zombie sightings that may date back to the time of the Black Plague.

Sometimes a ghoul would just rather stay in bed...or at least her sound proof basement where nobody can hear you scream.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044418448
Publisher:
May December Publications
Publication date:
03/31/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
664 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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That Ghoul Ava and The Queen of the Zombies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KKScaramuzzo More than 1 year ago
A Fun Night Out With The Ghouls        I was provided this book for an honest review. I found to be a fun little romp. It gives a whole new meaning to Ghoul’s night out.  It was a light and fun read that I really enjoyed.  It reminded me of a series of books I read by Mary Janice Davidson about a vampire queen that was as good at being a vampire as Ava was being a ghoul.           I must admit I have never read anything about ghouls, so I didn’t know what they were capable of doing. Wow, learning about them was interesting.  They are like the buzzards of the supernatural world.          This apparently is the second in a series. I have not read the first one, but the second one provided enough background information that I was not completely lost. It did this without being boring or redundant.           This book will not win any Pulitzer prizes, but it is not meant to be that kind of literature.  It is a fun, entertaining read that I would recommend to anyone looking for a break from the normal.  I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars for sheer entertainment purposes.