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Kirsty McKay


How can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere Scotland get worse? Just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :D

The Undead by Kirsty McKay wastes no time getting to the action. We jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. At a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the Cheery Chomper, Bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. Bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. Instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, Bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) So how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

Teamwork! I liked Bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. The gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—Pete, Alice, Smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. I loved the whole gang, but Smitty stole the show! This leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. He leads alongside Bobby with intelligence and strength. Both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. A true gutsy team filled with possibilities. Bobby and Smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. I loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. They made me laugh out loud throughout.

“What the--? Smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. The power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. Alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and Pete cries out, too. I grab at Smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like Shaggy and Scooby Don’t.”

My absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. Ms. McKay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. The simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. Hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

Now I know I have said this before, but I’ll say it again—I’m a word junkie! I live and breathe off of them. So the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. Every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“With knobs on!” or “Going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

Words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. Haha…Love it!

The whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! Lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. But it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! I could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. Bloody beautiful! Color me very impressed. A snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! The splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. All my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. Twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :D

I highly recommend this dose of horror fun. I had a blast here!

Can’t wait for more!

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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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how can a ski “school trip from hell” to the snow covered hills of middle of nowhere scotland get worse? just add zombies, blood, bitchiness, and conspiracy theories galore! :d

the undead by kirsty mckay wastes no time getting to the action. we jump in with both feet right along with our heroes running, swinging, bickering, and armed to the teeth. at a roadside diner just asking for a zombie blood bath, the cheery chomper, bobby witnesses a whole new side to her classmates. bobby is the new kid in school, an outsider, trying to find her way and perhaps a friend or two when her schoolmates begin zombie-ing out, hunting for bloody bits to nibble and suck on. instead of cracking the social status bubble of the queen bees, bobby could end up cracking skulls instead! :) so how does one stay alive and kicking in a moaning, groaning, leg dragging zom world?

teamwork! i liked bobby from the very first glare and snarky comment, but humor and wit is nothing without sidekicks to bicker and banter along with. the gang soon forms filled with strong, likeable characters—pete, alice, smitty, and more—each adding a new layer, style and skill to the pile of fun. i loved the whole gang, but smitty stole the show! this leather-jacket clad hero throws a wicked one-liner, swing, and flirty comment out with such a fun-wink-of the-eye humor, warmth, and charm. he leads alongside bobby with intelligence and strength. both willing to allow the other to take the lead and share responsibility. a true gutsy team filled with possibilities. bobby and smitty’s chemistry was intimate, sweet, and down right swoon worthy. i loved the slow build up with quick looks, touches, compliments, and jabs. they made me laugh out loud throughout.

“what the--? smitty doesn’t finish his sentence. the power cuts out, plunging us into darkness. alice gives another yelp, there’s a thud, and pete cries out, too. i grab at smitty, and he at me, and for one horrible, desperately embarrassing second we fly into each other’s arms like shaggy and scooby don’t.”

my absolute favorite part of the group’s chemistry and magic though was the growth and changes along the way. ms. mckay allows each character to really develop and adapt to the deadly circumstances in their own time and way. the simpering wad of nerves and tears in the corner may not remain curled up and immobile for long. hell, he or she just might end up kicking some ass!

now i know i have said this before, but i’ll say it again—i’m a word junkie! i live and breathe off of them. so the language, humor, and words here were a true treat for me. every page held lines that had me giggling, highlighting, or looking up.

“with knobs on!” or “going all fruit-loopy now is not going to help.”

words that jumped out and made me smile—tosser, crumblies, pavement pizza, and flabbergastery. haha…love it!

the whole gory, giggle fest was a pure joy to experience! lightning quick banter, action, and humor propelled this story along with force and fun. but it was the action packed ending that had this horror fan swooning! i could feel the slick, cold fear and tension in my gut. bloody beautiful! color me very impressed. a snow covered horror tale brings out my full wattage smile! the splashes of color against the pure, white snow provide such a gruesome image in my head. all my senses jumped to attention with this final confrontation. twists and turns that had me biting my nails til the end! :d

i highly recommend this dose of horror fun. i had a blast here!

can’t wait for more!
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