Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Kensington (March 1, 2009)
Celebrity party girl Amanda Feral is back from the dead, and hungrier than ever for a good time. With her zombie gal pal Wendy and vampy gay sidekick Gil, this stone cold fox is dressed to kill, on the prowl, and ready to take a big juicy bite out of Seattle’s supernatural nightlife.
This was a fun, fast read by an author I really enjoy. But….I had a major issue with the author’s overuse of footnotes. Mark made such liberal use of footnotes in order to make sarcastic comments that it sort of ruined the story for me. One or two might have been funny, but he used so many that they became majorly annoying. Do we really need a biting comment on practically every page?
Amanda was fun in the first book, Happy Hour of the Damned, but not quite as amusing in this one. Maybe I just wasn’t in the mood, but she seemed too snarky this time around . Things struck me as more forced between her, Wendy, and Gil, and their interaction didn’t flow as smoothly.
Still a fun read, but not as much fun as expected. Gave it a 3 out of 5 as I felt it was just okay.