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Zombie West Special Omnibus Edition

(Zombie West #1-3)

4.41  ·  Rating details ·  37 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Evolved Publishing presents "The Zombie West Trilogy" by Angela Scott, a special omnibus edition featuring all 3 books of the Zombie West series, along with some fun bonus content. (Young Adult, Zombie Western Romance)

The Wild West is hard enough to survive with its native territory, wanted outlaws, and harsh terrain, but with a plague turning civilized people into brain-e
Kindle Edition, 741 pages
Published November 13th 2013 by Evolved Publishing
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Ryan Snyder
Feb 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
book 1

Um. I think I am going to absolutely love this series. First off... zombies. Just..MEEP. Anyways, book 1 centers around Red losing her family and becoming the BADASS ZOMBIE SLAYING BEAST that I love. Then she meets Trace (hehe. LOVE) in a totally cool zombie infested WESTERN TOWN. I am sorry, but I love that combination. Western + Zombie. *nods* YES. Trace is so clueless when it comes to zombies, but I forgive because he is so adorable, sweet, but still no pushover. Him and Red are AWESOME
Laura Thomas
Jan 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I have to admit I started reading this expecting a zombie western with lots of eating and being eaten along with some humor. What I got was so much more.

The story starts on a nail-biting scene that leaves you with no choice but to continue reading.

Trace is an opportunist, a card shark, a bit of a trickster. All he wants is to stroll through life with no complications. That wasn’t hard until the zombies started moving westward.

Red is a no-nonsense woman on a mission. Traveling west towards Cal
Nancy (The Avid Reader)
I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

In Wanted: Dead or Undead we meet Red who likes to travel alone and has no one to be responsible for if they get bitten by the zombies. It's hard enough trying to keep your own self alive much less a group of people. But the dude she calls Cowboy won't listen to her he follows her anyway. Cowboy thinks he knows her and has seen her before. Besides all that he is very attracted to Red. He likes the way she handles a gun and
Dec 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wanted: Dead or Undead
At first I wasn't real sure what to expect from this book. Zombies in the Wild West seemed a little much to take in. But as soon as I started reading I was hooked.

I didn't think I would end up liking Red or Cowboy at all. In the beginning they were both very unlikable, arrogant and stubborn. But as their story (and love) progressed I started to like them a lot. Like most zombie stories, this one had little to do with the walkers and more about human nature in the middle of
Ginny Lurcock
I am such a jackass.

I know, you're not shocked, but I'm going to explain anyways in a vain attempt to defend myself.

See, Heather read "Wanted: Dead or Undead" ages ago, and she enjoyed. But when I saw the cover all I could think was "PSSH... PARANORMAL HISTORICAL ROMANCE THAT HAS PRACTICALLY THE SAME COVER AS 'WILDER'S MATE.' WHAT POSERS."

See? Jackass.

Namely because "Wanted: Dead or Undead" is wonderful in it's own unique way.

And it's just the first book in the trilogy.

What I liked:

How do I love
Feb 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
From the moment the plague came into existence, Red's life has never been peaceful. Previously bitten, she's now immune to the plague's effects. How that is possible, she doesn't know. Nor does she want to. That piece of knowledge is better left untouched. At least, that's what she tells herself each and every day.

Determined to make the most of the unexpected situation she now finds herself in, Red's only hope lies in evading the law. Because of her immunity, she's been forced to live life on th
Dec 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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Let me start off with my disclaimer: Not a Zombie fan, and definitely not a lover of western genre stories. That being explained up front, this series is totally awesome.

Book one of Zombie West, Wanted: Dead or Undead, totally hooked me in with the character, Red, a strong, independent girl-woman who loses her family to the plague which turns people to zombies after a single bite. The rest of the series builds a picture of a world where every person is suspect and their motives questioned. Trus
Roxanne Kade
Jan 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
I was extremely intrigued by this trilogy…The Wild West and Zombies??…hmmm, a combination that was sure to keep me entertained for hours, and it certainly did just that.

But this series was not only about the undead. It was more a story of courage and sacrifice, as an unlikely mix of people band together to survive against all the elements; natural and supernatural. At times the pacing was a little slow and I would have liked to see more action and interaction with the Zombies, but this book was
Dec 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I'll start by saying I am a HUGE zombie fan, but couldn't care less about westerns and cowboys, but the cowboy main character in this series, Trace...YUM. Every guy will want to be him and all the girls will want him. He is a fantastic character. The other main character is Red. The story centers on her and an amazing ability she has but it is also a love story between the two. That's about as much of a spoiler as you are going to get. Wen is a 3rd almost equally main character we meet in the fi ...more
Koalathebear Koalathebear
Apr 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A zombie novel and a Western. It could have been a hot mess, instead it was a very gripping read and I was sorry to come to the end...

With an interesting story line, compelling characters and suspenseful writing - the author has been faithful to both the zombie genre and the Western genre.

Zombie novels written by women tend to focus more on characterisation than gore, but sometimes they can go overboard by focusing too much on romantic relationships. Scott is able to balance the necessary gore
Eva Diodati
Nov 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Interesting melding of the western and zombie genre. More in the realm of teen than adult literature, it makes for a fun read.
Jan 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Those were some pretty damn good books!! And Zombies in the Wild Wild West...need I say more?
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