Sing for the Dead

Sing for the Dead

by PJ Schnyder

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Book two of London Undead

Kayden, a lone were-leopard allied with the London werewolf pack to keep the zombie infestation in check, is used to working solo—until he discovers a beautiful fae woman surrounded by the aftermath of battle. He's immediately drawn to Sorcha, but quickly discovers she's much more than a pretty face.

Half Bean Sidhe and half berserker, Sorcha trained over centuries to become the perfect warrior. She agrees to work with local weres to investigate a new type of zombie capable of coordinated attacks—and is partnered with Kayden. He's strong, darkly handsome and completely unafraid of her. And his kiss fills her with insatiable desire instead of bloodlust.

As Kayden and Sorcha work together, their attraction grows and their deepest scars are bared to each other. But with the force behind the deadly new zombies poised to overwhelm the city, Sorcha can only pray that the next time her bloodlust strikes, Kayden isn't among the fallen…

33,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426897337
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 11/04/2013
Series: London Undead
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 680,631
File size: 202 KB

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Sing for the Dead 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
kydirtgirl68 More than 1 year ago
Sorcha isn't like other fae. She has always been the odd one. She has spent her life training to be the best warrior she can and being Half Bean Sidhe and half Berserker has helped her become undeafeted over the years. She hates it but she has to let the bloody side of her out at times and she has to hope no one she cares for is near when it is loosened. If they are she could seriously hurt or kill them. When she is asked to investigate the new type of zombies roaming she jumps at the chance. It puts her working closely with the were leopard Kayden. Kayden helps the local weres but isn't part of the pack. He sees Sorcha and knows they need to partner up. Even though she is a danger he still refuses to leave her side as they fight. He knows deep down she won't hurt him and he shows her they can fight the undead together and also be more than fighting partners. I will read anything that has zombies in it. I really liked this one as they are really just a part of the story and it adds other paranormal creatures as well. There are shifters, zombies, faes and more. Sorcha isn't afraid of any fight but she does have a ear when the beserker side of her comes out. She is afraid someone she cares about will get hurt as well as her enemies. For years others would just leave her passed out on the battle field when the fight was over not caring if something happened to her. Kayden shows her he isn't afraid of any side of her and that he will always be there when things are bad. He is used to being alone but Sorcha makes him wnt to keep her close. They face many dangers and he is always willing to help her when the bloodlust comes to her. He understands and helps her needs. They are an amazing two people and they face many dangers from the undead to more. They have a mystery to solve and will not back down even when the odds don't look good. I will look forward to more in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The 7 pgs given as a sample of the author's writing are nothing but reviews. I refuse to buy a pig in a poke.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This auther keeps you on the edge of your seat , i couldnt put this book down
Judy-Ree More than 1 year ago
When I saw this cover on Netgalley, something about it really intrigued me.  I love the look on the girls face and the way the pinks and shadows were used to great effect. It still keeps my inner goth princess interested and fascinated. Of course, they say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, and they are right. Because this book was even better than the cover implies. This story continues the plot line started in Bite Me, except this story has a new set of protagonists, Sorcha and Kayden. Sorcha is a fae warrior who has been sent to London to find out why the fae are disappearing. She has is considered a half breed; half Baen Sidhe, half  Berserker. She has the Song and Sight of the Banshee mixed with the blood lust of the berserker. Kayden is a were-leopard. He is working with, but is not part of, the London were-wolf pack trying to deal with the zombie infestation that has overtaken London. When Kayden finds Sorcha in the Princess Diana Children's Playground holding and singing to a small being  surrounded by the pieces and parts of zombie parts littering the area, he is intrigued enough to risk her blades and offer assistance. As it turns out Sorcha will be key in putting together clues to figuring out what or who is being the zombies that are changing tactics and becoming more and more of an intelligent menace. This book picks up shortly after the end of the first book in the series and was a wonderful addition to the series. I like the twists and turns that the story line further down the rabbit hole of a Zombiefied London. I gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Sorcha has been trained to be a fearsome warrior. She is sent to London by the Court of Light to see what's happening to the Fae. When she uses her skills to save a Brownie, she meets Kayden, a were-leopard who is working with the London wolf pack. They are immediately drawn to each other and find themselves working as partners. Their mission is to investigate why the zombies have new skills and to eliminate them. They grow close and share some of their buried pain. This leads to physical intimacy and the desire to be with each other. Can they find who is responsible for this new evil? PJ Schnyder has created a fast paced and deadly story that gets your attention from page 1. Her characters are compelling. I was drawn to both Sorcha and Kayden. They are powerful beings but they need each other in their life. This attraction added spice to the story. I can't wait for the next book in this series