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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Release Date: May 8, 2018



I only got to read a snippet of Undead Girl Gang. I really wish I'd had the whole book in front of me. It's snarky, fun, and hooks you from the start.

At the heart of the story is Mila Flores. She doesn't fit in and she doesn't care. All that matters to her is her best friend Riley, a fellow believer in witchcraft. When Riley is found dead in a local creek, Mila refuses to buy it's a suicide. Riley was her BFF. They'd been together just moments before Riley died. There's no way Riley would kill herself, and Mila is willing to cast a spell that brings Riley back to life if it means solving Riley's murder.

That's what is revealed in the few chapters I received via Netgalley. In reading the blurb, there's more. Once she revives Riley and two other teens who recently died, they can't remember how they died. The spell only lasts for seven days, so Mila needs to work fast to find the murderer.

Mila is snarky and that made me love her. She had me laughing often in this short preview. It hooked me. I wanted to keep reading and was upset when the sampler came to an end. It's definitely a book I'll be buying if my library doesn't have it.


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