Battle of the Network Zombies

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Kensington Books, 2010 - Fiction - 307 pages
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In Seattle's undead circles, Amanda Feral is one of the beautiful zombies. Of course, when you're socializing with werewolves, devils, and rampaging yetis, there's not that much competition. Still, Amanda has a stylish rep to maintain, which is getting tricky now that her tanking ad agency is obliterating her finances. The fastest way to make some cash: appear on a new reality show, American Minions, hosted by lecherous wood nymph Johnny Birch. Classy? Maybe not, but a girl's gotta eat.
With zombie gal pal Wendy posing as her bitchy agent, Amanda settles in to 'Minions Mansion,' crowded with 24-7 video cameras and undead fame whores. When Johnny is found incinerated in a locked room, Amanda decides to channel her inner Miss Marple (minus the fugly cardigans) and find out who's responsible. Was it Hairy Sue, the white trash stripper yeti? Tanesha, the glamorous trannie werewolf? Angie, the Filipino vampire with a detachable head? Unveiling the culprit in a heart-stopping finale won't just save the show from cancellation, it might just keep Amanda aliveÑor as close as a ghoul can getÉ
 

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User Review  - titania86 - LibraryThing

Amanda Feral is back, but not as triumphant as she would like. Her advertising agency is on the verge of closing down. Her boyfriend leaves her because her celebrity status and material wealth is more ... Read full review

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User Review  - kingoftheicedragons - LibraryThing

This book took some great ideas and utterly ruined them. I was confused half the time, thanks Steve ongoing rambling by the author, interrupting the action. This created a boring and confusing book. It was incredibly slow at first,too, making it really hard to get into for the first 150 pages. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
15
Section 4
27
Section 5
39
Section 6
55
Section 7
69
Section 8
76
Section 16
179
Section 17
181
Section 18
189
Section 19
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Section 20
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Section 21
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Section 22
237
Section 23
249

Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
115
Section 12
131
Section 13
145
Section 14
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Section 15
169
Section 24
259
Section 25
275
Section 26
289
Section 27
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Section 28
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Mark Henry is an editor for ESRI Press. He has written about national parks, archaeology, cultural history, wildlife, and conservation for "The Press Enterprise, " where he was a reporter and editor. Previously, he was a staff writer for "Newsday" and "The Los Angeles Times." He lives in Redlands. California. Leslie Armstrong has served as the National Park Service GIS program manager in Denver since 1993. Previously, she worked for the National Park Service as the associate director of natural resources office and as the GIS division liaison in Washington, D.C. As a team leader she developed and implemented the first NPS web site, spatial data clearinghouse, and most recently the NPS interactive map center. She lives in Evergreen, Colorado.

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