A Single Girl's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse - JT Clay
I was surprised how much I liked this. And how much I hated it.

At first, I was the book's biggest fan. I've never read a zombie apocalypse novel that had me spending more time laughing my ass off than cowering under the sheets. I should have realized then I wasn't going to get the creepy, Halloween read I was looking forward to.

Q is a strange, paranoid girl, but fortunately, she's the girl you turn to during a zombie apocalypse. Pretty quickly I found out her best friend is a six year old kindergardener. Um... How... cute. And creepy. And a little sad.

I didn't love how slow the book was to get to the actual apocalypse, or the actual ZOMBIES. With a name like A SINGLE GIRL'S GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE you'd expect the action to start pretty quickly. Yeah... no. Nothing seem to start happening until around 36% to 50%, when the vegan's finally started realizing OMG people are turning into zombies.

Once the action did start rolling, everything was great, but... I hated Rabbit. Rabbit is the guy Q is pretty much in love with. She's in the trouble she's in because of her major crush on him (being trapped in the middle of nowhere with vegans, not the zombie outbreak), but for the life of me I can't figure out why. He's dense, oblivious, and risks Q's and everybody else's life for Zombie Kate, his EX girlfriend, who end the end, makes life rather difficult for him.

The plot was reasonably entertaining, the characters are what I had the most problems with. Even in the end, I didn't really get closure. The book overall just left me feeling... bereft. I don't think I will read this again. It's also doubtful that I'll ever pick up another book by this author. It was a hilarious read, but the romance, the horror... It just didn't click.