Happy Hour of the Damned

Happy Hour of the Damned

Book - 2010
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Random House, Inc.
The Thing No One Tells You About Dying Is Just How Much Fun It Can Be.



Alive, ad exec Amanda Feral worked hard to wring enjoyment out of her days. Now that she's a zombie, it's a different story. Turns out, Seattle is home to glamorous undead of every description, and Amanda--stylish and impeccably groomed even in the afterlife--is swigging cocktails and living large (so to speak) among its elite. But there are downsides. Not being able to stomach anything except alcohol and human flesh, for instance. And the fact that someone is targeting Seattle's otherworldly inhabitants for their own sinister reasons.



Preying on the undead is seriously uncool. The only option is for Amanda and her zombie BFF Wendy and gorgeous gay vampire pal Gil to unearth the culprit among the legions of Seattle's bloodsuckers, shapeshifters, reapers, succubi, and demons--before they all meet a fate a lot worse than death. . .



"Worth a read;priceless, really. Road Trip of the Living Dead can't come soon enough."
--Urban Fantasy Land

Publisher: New York : Kensington, 2010, c2008
ISBN: 9780758225238
0758225237
Branch Call Number: PB SCIFI HEN
Characteristics: viii, 328 p. ;,18 cm.

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sybilance
Jul 18, 2013

I found the main character mean, self-absorbed and shallow; I couldn't make it through the first chapter.

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kelliet
Jul 15, 2010

I laughed myself silly with this. Although it's filled with crude humor and may not be everyone's cup of tea, I enjoyed it and so far enjoying the second book in the series.

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unbroken_halo
Jul 14, 2010

Crude, rude yet amusing look at the paranormal genre. A chick-lit book from a man's POV. Not for the faint of heart and if you are looking for more of the genre a la Charlaine Harris, look somewhere else.

The author's habit of 100+ footnotes was extremely annoying and distracting.

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bobbi_macleod
Feb 21, 2010

The author's habit of using footnotes throughout the book was very annoying and I also found the tone too crass for my tastes.

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