Thursday, January 19, 2012

Another review rolls in!

This one from Book Briefs!

Atticus for the undead is a totally different book than I am used to reading, so I didn't really know what to expect out of it. I was intrigued because I wanted to see how the paranormal elements would blend with the law elements. The result was pretty cool! I thought it was really interesting to read about legal concepts and things that I'm learning in school, and it still has zombies and witches and other cool creatures. (I wouldn't dare call them supernaturals after reading the book) Sign me up please!

I thought Atticus for the Undead is a really cool concept. It's about a lawyer that represents vampires, zombies and witches to name a few. The characters were all well developed and likable. Hunter, the main character, is representing a Zombie and naturally most people are not comfortable with zombies walking around. So Hunter has his work cut out for him. It doesn't help that the charge was murder by brain-eating, I'm sure. I loved him! He was funny, and so relatable. That might have been what made the ending such a blow for me.

I breezed through this book really quickly. It just flies along, and it kept my interest for every page! I was so absorbed in the book that I didn't even realize the end was coming up. Then the ending exploded and I was shocked! It made me so sad- really sad! It was fitting for the book, but it just wasn't what I wanted to happen or what I was expecting at all. Even so, Atticus for the Undead is a really interesting, and funny read. I enjoyed it a lot.

Let me know what you think of it!

Enter the world of arcane defense law!


  1. Don't you just love getting reviews like that? I know it had to make your day. :-)

  2. As a writer, my readers saying things like "It just flies along, and it kept my interest for every page!" is my biggest reward for the work I do. (Though the money doesn't hurt either. When, you know, there is any. :))

    In short, I take joy from your squees of delight and gasps of surprise. And sometimes, your salty, salty emo tears.

    Aren't I a mean god?

  3. I've nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Take a look at my blog for more details.

  4. Chris-
    Thank you so much! I am flattered and honored to receive your nomination. It is the support and enthusiasm of people like yourself that keep me writing. :)

    John A