Through the Zombie Glass

Through the Zombie Glass

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Zombies stalk the night. Forget blood and brains. These monsters hunger for human souls. Sadly, they've got mine Alice Bell has lost so much. Family. Friends. A home. She thought she had nothing else to give. She was wrong. After a new zombie attack, strange things begin to happen to her. Mirrors come to life, and the whispers of the dead assault her ears. But the worst? A terrible darkness blooms inside her, urging her to do very wicked things. She's never needed her team of zombie slayers more, but ultra bad-boy Cole Holland, the leader and her boyfriend, suddenly withdraws from herfrom everyone. Now, with her best friend Kat at her side, Ali must kill the zombies, uncover Cole's secret and learn to fight the darkness. But the clock is tickingand if she fails at a single task, they're all doomed. THE WHITE RABBIT CHRONICLES I've lost so much. A dear friend. My new home. My purpose. My pride. And it's my fault. I can blame no one else. I and I alone let the darkness in."show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 476 pages
  • 139.7 x 210.82 x 38.1mm | 521.63g
  • Harlequin Teen
  • Canada
  • English
  • 0373210779
  • 9780373210770
  • 109,581

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"Showalter has created a promising playground for future story installments." --Kirkus Reviews on Alice in Zombielandshow more

About Gena Showalter

Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld series and more than thirty other books. She lives in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Visit her at more

Customer reviews

I read Alice in Zombieland last year and loved it! But after a recent re-read, not so much. So, after being impatiently waiting for the release of Through the Zombieglass for a whole year, I actually found myself approaching it quite hesitantly. And I was disappointed. While Ali was still quite kick butt and snarky, she was also extremely annoying and I wanted to shake her at times for the decisions she made. But the romance had to be the most annoying thing about this book. While we had McKenzie hating Ali and vying for Cole's attentions in the first book, we now have a repeat of that whole scenario, just with a different girl. And Cole dumps Ali for what I felt was the most ridiculous reason ever. It was angsty, which I usually have no complaints about, but this was angsty in the most annoying of ways. I actually found myself hoping Ali would forget all about Cole and go after Gavin. Will I read the third book? I can't honestly say at this more
by Suzanne Finnegan