You Are So Undead To Me
Fifteen-year-old Megan Berry is a Zombie Settler by birth, which means she's part-time shrink to a bunch of dead people with a whole lot of issues.
All Megan wants is to be normal and go to homecoming, of course. Unfortunately, it's a little difficult when your dates keep getting interrupted by a bunch of slobbering Undead.
Things are about to get even more complicated for Megan. Someone in school is using black magic to turn average, angsty Undead into flesh-eating Zombies, and it's looking like homecoming will turn out to be a very different kind of party the bloody kind.
Megan must stop the Zombie apocalypse descending on Carol, Arkansas. Her life and more importantly, homecoming depends on it.
My Review - I have a few book by Stacey Jay and I wanted to read something of hers to get a feel for her writing style, so I picked this up and started it. I am glad I did. Not only is the writing done well and the flow of the story keeps you reading, but it is a fun story. I enjoyed the distinct twist she put on a story involving zombies, Not just mindless creatures, but people who have passed and still have unfinished business.
The main character Megan is a very likeable girl. She seems like all the girls in high school I remember trying to fit in and be popular. Megan's greatest fear is her secret will be uncovered and she'll be an outcast at her school. ( you do risk that when the walking dead seem to track you down.) When the dead seem to rise more often Megan discovers that black magic is afoot. So Megan must find out who is raising the dead and why then put a stop to them. I enjoyed this book and will continue to read Stacey Jay's works because this had me laughing and rooting for Megan.