Zombies Don't Forgive
By Rusty Fischer
Published by: Medallion Press
Released on: April 1st, 2013
*Please note, this review was based from an ARC*
I must say, I loved Zombies Don't Cry so I was very excited for this novel. Taking up were the first book left off, we embark on a new villain. It doesn't start out that way though, so let's start from the beginning.
Maddy, Stamp, and Dane now have a nice little apartment furnished with zombie accessories. Workout machines so the joints don't get stiff, and a couch. Of course we can't forget the fridge that holds the brains that Maddy has to purchase once a week from some weird, creepy guy. (As if Maddy isn't weird and creepy herself.) For the most part, Maddy and Dane lay low, just hanging around the apartment and exercising at night. Behaving so as to not to cause any suspicion. But that doesn't suit Stamp's lifestyle. He tends to go out clubbing at night. Mixing with the local humans isn't the best of idea's and the others have let him know that they don't much approve of his behavior but they accept it because they trust him.
When Stamp finds a girlfriend and suddenly becomes kind of obsessed with her, naturally, Maddy and Dane want to meet her. When she's a no-show, they decide to do some detective work on their own, which leads to far more than they could've imagined. They have always played it safe but this girl is T.R.O.U.B.L.E. Just how far will they go for Stamp, and how far will this new girlfriend push them? Far more than I ever expected!
Received for review purposes from the publisher.