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Friday, May 21, 2010

Jailbait Zombie - Mario Acevedo (Paranormal)
















Released December 2009

www.marioacevedo.com
www.eosbooks.com

Jailbait Zombie is the third book in the Felix Gomez: Undead Private Eye series. Vampire Felix has battled many shocking enemies, but he didn't expect to have to face zombies. They really smell and they're not particularly easy to kill.

While battling the hordes of living dead, Felix must find out who is bringing the dead back to life. A task made more difficult by disturbing dreams. This time a teen with special powers is going to help Felix battle the enemy, but that's not all she has planned.

Felix Gomez novels are always amusing. I was psyched this time around because I'm a zombie fanatic. Love zombie movies and spend a good deal of my free time finding another old zombie movie to laugh hysterically at. Jailbait Zombie didn't disappoint in terms of story. It's fast-paced, zombies are waiting in the shadows and the reanimator is definitely a chilling sort.

I was a little disappointed with a few typos I found. If I was paying full price for this book, I'd want a level of perfection, but I did find times when the wrong word was used and that threw me off.

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