Zombies Sold Separately

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Zombies Sold Separately

A Night Tracker Novel

A Night Tracker Novel. This is my first experience with Nyx and her world, and I liked it. While I was dropped into the middle of a world already moving and with history, I didn't struggle or feel confused. The author continues the series without requiring you have read her previous books. That doesn't mean I won't go back and read the others, though.

The relationships that Nyx allows are special to her and she is fierce in her protection of them. I grasped she had lost friends close to her in the previous books, and is determined that won't happen again. Unfortunately she doesn't control how things are going to pan out. Her romance with Adam is also in danger, but by the reality that is her life and existence rather than an ominous outside force. But when a door closes a window opens, and I like the looks of Nyx's window. It promises more than her relatively doomed relationship with Adam.

With fast-paced action and a good strong (scary) story line, I was kept reading and wondering what was going to happen when I wasn't. The recovery of a person from her past will certainly add something to future books, and the complex life of Nyx, Drow Princess and private investigator, will continue. I will be waiting for the next installment.

Book Blurb for Zombies Sold Separately

Nyx hates Zombies. Seriously. Hates. Zombies. Ever since she was a youngling, she’s been haunted by them. And even though she’s a big girl now—a half-human, half-Drow private eye, to be precise—Nyx bristles at the mere thought of the walking dead.

Meanwhile, the corpses of humans and paranorms alike are turning up all over New York City. Now it’s up to Nyx to find out who—or what—is behind this series of horrific attacks. But it’s only a matter of time before Nyx is drawn deeper into her darkest fears…and her worst nightmare about meeting a real, flesh-and-blood-hungry, body-snatching Zombie comes blindingly to life. Or death…

Night Owl Reviews May, 2011 4.25