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Publisher's Summary

Book 3 in the Russel Middlebrook Series, Winner of the Lambda Book Award!

It's a horror-movie extravaganza in this, the second sequel to Brent Hartinger's Geography Club. Two complete books in one recount the stories of best friends Russel and Min who sign up to be extras on the set of a zombie film and learn that there's nothing scarier than high school romance.

In the first audiobook, Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies, Russel must choose between his long-distance boyfriend and a close-to-home ex named Kevin who wants to get back together. In the second audiobook, Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies, Min struggles to accept her cheerleader girlfriend's decision to stay in the closet. But beware! Russel and Min's separate stories affect each other in surprising ways, and you'll have to listen to both audiobooks together to find out the whole story.

©2007 Brent Hartinger (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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2nd narrator sucked

Narrator of the “Bride” part of the story, which was from Minh’s POV was not pleasing to listen to and when she *tried* to voice Gunnar’s accent…well let’s just say she shouldn’t have tried to give him an accent!

Josh Hurley was great as always and I enjoyed the first feature of this double feature!

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Not a fan of Min .....

Wet well written but I was very sad for Kevin’s sake , somehow Min got a happy ending even tho she interfered and ruined Kevin’s ending :( maybe I’m just triggered lol

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Like 1st story better than 2nd

I have to admit that when I realized the second story wasn't by the same narrator I almost didn't listen, but I'm glad I did because it explained a lot of the 1st story. I have to say though I am getting tired of Min interfering with Russell's life, makes me think she may have hidden feelings for him.

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Good story with a surprise ending

I wasn't sure about this one because of the cover and title. Yes, they do spend a little too much time about making the movie. I really liked the two stories and the surprise actually choked me up at the end. I just wish the second part would have focused on Kevin and not Min. I think Kevin has a very interesting story and as Min says he went through a lot and we don't get to hear about it.

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  • 04-27-22

Great story but 2-books-in-1 format wasn’t my fave

Russel, Min and Gunnar get roles as zombie extras in a small budget horror film being shot in a local high school. Russel is surprised to find that Kevin has also volunteered and even though Russel is going out with Otto, he finds some of his feelings for Kevin have risen from the dead. Meanwhile, Min meets Leah, a cute zombie cheerleader who is not out, and Min find herself struggling to compromise. The previous books have been from Russel’s POV but this book is divide in two with Russel narrating the first half and Min narrating the second half. While it was great to get Min’s take on things and there are major subplots and revelations that only appear in her story, the amount of overlap made Min’s story feel a bit repetitious. Usually an author would swap POV’s each chapter to minimise that feeling. I can see why it was done this way, but I think that works better in film than in books. Josh Hurley and Vanessa Johansson both narrated their books sections well but again, I was being asked to change aural gears half way through a novel and that took me a while to adjust.

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  • Riley
  • 06-04-14

Great book!

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

The first book i loved just wasnt a fan of the second.

What does Josh Hurley and Vanessa Johansson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I really liked Josh Hurley's performance but i was torn with Vanessa

Do you think Double Feature needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No i think it was a great ending to the series