Synopses & Reviews
Megan Berry?Zombie Settler extraordinaire?just wants Pom Squad to trounce Cheer Team in this freakishly funny follow-up to You Are So Undead to Me. But someone?s turning coma victims into settler-resistant über-zombies?and everyone thinks it?s Megan?s fault! Well, except for super-creepy male cheerleader Aaron. (Ew!)
Meg?s also being stalked by a hot?albeit undead? seer named Cliff. Can Cliff?s premonitions help Megan stop a zombies-on-ice deathscapade and discover who?s really behind the coma-killer crusade before an entire army of undead rise up? And when Megan?s boyfriend Ethan grows jealous of Cliff, will it end their intra-settler romance?
Stacey Jay?s snarky teen-speak is ?dead?-on and hysterical! Ally Carter better get used to the smell of grave dirt . . .
"In this sequel to You Are So Dead to Me, Jay keeps the action moving at a brisk clip. Sixteen-year-old Megan Berry, a powerful zombie Settler, is used to having her spells return the Undead to their graves without a fuss. Something's different this time, though a new crop of zombies are not following the rules, and worse, Megan's Settler bosses think she's responsible for raising the zombies. With the help of her boyfriend, Ethan, and pom squad captain Monica, Megan works to clear her name and find the culprit. Along the way, she has to deal with her attraction to an Undead psychic, do her part to fend off cheerleaders trying to take the halftime shows away from the pom squad, and keep Arkansas from becoming the center of a zombie apocalypse. Jay's writing is light and engaging, and the characters are lively and likable (though some readers may want to shake Megan for her poor communication at times). While the plot hinges on events from the first book, the background is covered well enough that readers can start here without confusion. Ages 12 up." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
Megan Berry--Zombie Settler extraordinaire--just wants Pom Squad to trounce Cheer Team in this freakishly funny follow-up to "You Are So Undead to Me." But someone's turning coma victims into settler-resistant ber-zombies--and everyone thinks it's Megan's fault.
About the Author
Stacey Jay lives in the Midwest.