Monday, November 26, 2012

Eve Eden vs. The Zombie Horde

Time for a math lesson: 1 unsuspecting heroine + 1 Zombie Horde = 1 awesome book!

Eve Eden vs. The Zombie Horde is the first book in the Bedeviled Trilogy by new and upcoming author Suz Korb. Eve Eden is your typical sophomore in a small town. When her friend Kimi comes back from an archeological dig with her foster pops Derek, she gives Eve a present. The necklace with a trident and a star brings weird sensations to Eve but still for some reason she can’t seam to part with it. The next day, things really get weird. Kimi and Eve’s locker is gone, and eve can’t stop thinking about the weird visions she had about floating through orange clouds. When her parents and Derek insist she train at the battleship, the affectionate nickname for Kimi’s foster home, things gets seriously weird. Eve is transported to a cave where she meets a very handsome vampire and it just keeps getting worse. When she finally manages to get back to Twin Forest, she finds an angry woman in red leather that wants her necklace. When zombies start popping up from the cemetery, a new side of Eve Eden emerges, the side that can kick butt and take names. With 1 day of battleship training and her inexplicable ability to heal rapidly, Eve and her friends and parents fight the Zombie Horde to prevent Hell unleashing on earth. Will they be able to defeat Lucy the she-devil and send all the zombies back where they belong or will Twin Forest become a zombie-infested town?

This book is an amazing first for Suz. It has all of the makings of an amazing series. I loved her visions of Hell and I am very interested to learn more about how Eve is able to travel there. I love the fact that she really didn’t get too caught up in the love story but I cannot wait to learn more about Nathan. The friendships and relationships between the characters are very well written and you can easily relate people you know to the characters. At times the book gets kind of confusing but it really brings you into the inner turmoil that Eve is feeling and I think it works out very well. This book is definitely great for older YA readers who still think “Adult” books can get boring and an awesome transition for readers who are coming up to the YA world. I cannot wait finish the second book in the Bedeviled Trilogy: Eve Eden vs. The Bloodsucking Vampires, I hope you all enjoy this book as much as I did!

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