Dianna's Reviews > Deadtown

Deadtown by Nancy Holzner
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Feb 28, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: series-reading

Victoria Vaughan is a demon-killing shape-shifter in a world where a virus accidentally killed, then re-animated much of downtown Boston. Don't worry, reader, the zombies are all perfectly nice paranormal americans. However, the norms are all terrified and have set up an encampment called Deadtown around the virus-affected area. All paranormal americans (PAs) have to live in Deadtown, and most don't have any civil rights in America, such as voting, to better the situation. I can definitely see this enriching the series.

I find her politician/lawyer/werewolf boyfriend kind of annoying, but I dig the character Vicky. She's very much a female Harry Dresden, and this first book in the series shows just as much promise. Check it out if you like the Dresden Files.

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Deadtown.
Sign In »

Reading Progress

02/28/2010 page 20
6.13% "A fresh and fun take on zombies?! Who could pass it up?"

No comments have been added yet.