Silver Zombie

Silver Zombie

Paperback - 2010
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Zombies and Witches and Vamps . . . Oh, My!

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas--at least that's Delilah Street's hope. With Sin City's vampire and werewolf mobs wanting to cash in her chips once and for all, she's retreating with her partner Ric Montoya and half-wolfhound Quicksilver to her Kansas birthplace. Unfortunately, when it comes to finding trouble, there's no place like home. . . .

It doesn't take long before Delilah realizes she's not in Vegas anymore. Zombie cowboys and spectral cattle drives are kicking up dust, the local weather girls are total witches who forecast perfect storms, and some Hollywood fanatic is recasting zombies as the greatest stars of the silver screen. And speaking of silver, Delilah's special affinity for the all-purpose monster-repellent leads her posse straight down a silver brick road--and into a notso- fun house of mirrors--putting her face-to-face with her dicey past and a mystery woman named Lilith, who's a real dead ringer for Delilah. The key word being dead .
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, c2010.
Edition: 1st Juno BooksPocket Books pbk. ed.
ISBN: 9781439167816
Branch Call Number: Fic
Characteristics: 359 p. ; 18 cm.


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Jul 16, 2012

I agree in part with bookfanatic. This series is very detail oriented and relies on you, the reader, caring about a whole bunch of stuff that seems random, especially when you can't seem to make the connections to the plot structure and history as a whole. I not only will not continue with the series, I didn't even finish this installment (and it takes a lot for me to put a book down and walk away from it).

bookfanatic1979 May 27, 2011

Carole Nelson Douglas is one of my favorite authors, and it pains me to give up on any of her books. But the Delilah books rely so heavily on having read--and remembered all the details of--the previous entries that I just can't do it. The length of time between the books is too long, and I don't have the inclination to re-read the previous book whenever a new book is released. Regretfully, I must kiss this series goodbye.


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