New York Times best-selling author Meg Cabot and more than 50 fiction lovers joined forces on Twitter.com to spin this hilarious tale of haute couture and horror.
Carly, an unassuming receptionist at Guru Fashion Agency, is shocked when sexy new guy Jake texts her to say he needs her help - fighting off zombie models! Soon she discovers New York is under siege and she's the chosen one who can save them all.
With the help of her sassy, donut-loving deskmate Joyce and the intriguing Jake, Carly embarks on a death-defying adventure that leads to a Fashion Week showdown with the Queen of the Zombies, one of the industry's biggest icons. It just might be the strangest first date she's ever had.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
I honestly wish that this book was a little longer. The story is entertaining and inventive. The idea that this one girl can stop all the zombies? It's awesome. The only thing is that since it was written as a quick book it goes by very fast and you don't get to enjoy the idea for long. Honestly, I would have just enjoyed the build up of the relationship more.
Was Fashionably Undead worth the listening time?
Although I wish the story was longer I wouldn't say that I didn't enjoy the story. Like I said it's very inventive Idea (I love the Tim Gunn shout out at the end).
What made the experience of listening to Fashionably Undead the most enjoyable?
It was a light, funny story. It was pretty short overall.
What other book might you compare Fashionably Undead to and why?
Other Meg Cabot books, the same thoughts going through the heroine's mind.
Have you listened to any of Sarah Drew’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Who was the most memorable character of Fashionably Undead and why?
the heroine, she was smart and funny
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
This is not a story you would expect to be something you listen to in one sitting.
Would you ever listen to anything by Meg Cabot again?
Any additional comments?
Meg Cabot's novel are not ones that hold my interest. They seem to be light teenie novels.
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It could be really nice, but I found it extremely juvenile... And I have read Meg Cabot before and really enjoyed her stories, regardless of the preferred demographic.