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Publisher's Summary

Veronica Mars meets The Craft when a teen girl investigates the suspicious deaths of three classmates and accidentally ends up bringing them back to life to form a hilariously unlikely - and unwilling - vigilante girl gang. 

Meet teenage Wiccan Mila Flores, who truly could not care less what you think about her Doc Martens, her attitude, or her weight because she knows that, no matter what, her BFF Riley is right by her side. 

So when Riley and Fairmont Academy mean girls June Phelan-Park and Dayton Nesseth die under suspicious circumstances, Mila refuses to believe everyone's explanation that her BFF was involved in a suicide pact. Instead, armed with a tube of lip gloss and an ancient grimoire, Mila does the unthinkable to uncover the truth: she brings the girls back to life. 

Unfortunately, Riley, June, and Dayton have no recollection of their murders. But they do have unfinished business to attend to. Now, with only seven days until the spell wears off and the girls return to their graves, Mila must wrangle the distracted group of undead teens and work fast to discover their murderer...before the killer strikes again.

©2018 Lily Anderson (P)2018 Listening Library

Critic Reviews

"Witches get the spotlight and zombies are way more interesting than their Walking Dead relatives in this coming-of-age horror comedy...a breezy entry to the supernatural that also rewrites creature-feature rules in a smart way." (USA Today)

"A compelling mystery, a grimly funny fantasy, and a genuinely touching story of friendship." (Booklist

"Mila’s sardonic, darkly humorous narration drives much of this book...but Anderson also couples Mila’s sarcasm with sincere grief, making an authentic picture of an outsider girl mourning the loss of her only friend." (BCCB

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Bless-ed Be clear the way for Zombie angst

This book took some perseverance before I actually wanted to continue with the story instead of throwing it away. It was the biggest bummer in the beginning and I wasn’t exactly dreaming of butterflies and rainbows to start.

Yes there are dead people. I don’t think you can call that a spoiler because after all the title does contain the word ‘undead’. This is no Walking Dead though more like Clueless combined with the Mean Girls if you replace Claire and the Plastics with rotting corpses.

The narrator did an ok job. Not one to come up with unique voices for each character. It was a straight read. No flare.

And just to clarify it’s ‘Bless-Ed Be’ not ‘Blesd Be’.

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Fun, but tough at times.

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While I found Undead Girl Gang to be entertaining at times, it was also kind of triggering, for me at least. Which sounds odd for me to even say. I don't know if it's the state of the world right now, and all the depressing news that's thrown at us on a daily basis, but this book just hit me in a weird way. I'm sure it's supposed to be a funny light-hearted read, and there were times it definitely was, but just thinking about the parents of the girls who died made me sad, I even teared up at one point. So this review should probably be taken with a grain of salt.
The "whodunit" was done very well, I didn't really have an inkling of who the killer was until almost the end.

This was the first book I listened to narrated by Rebecca Soler and I enjoyed her performance. I thought she sounded age appropriate, which I so appreciate! I need my YA books to sound like they're being read by a young adult.

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One of my tops!

This book is fun, flirty, dark and creepy! It is put together so well! I wishI could jump into the mind of Lilly Anderson and be Milas best friend! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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This was a good book

I enjoyed this book it was humorous and the narrator was great! I look forward to more by this author. I found the story very amusing and it kept my attention the entire time.

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Serious Daria vibes!

I loved this book so much! The morbid humor was right up my alley & it reminded me so much of Daria with corpses. Rebecca did a great job! I’ll definitely be listening to it again!

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Horror Lite

I was looking for a fun read to round out spooky season and this book delivered. It is a funny and slightly spooky tale, that is a great fit for a horror beginner like me. The funny parts help you over look the slightly cringey parts, it is a YA book after all.
I would definitely recommend this book for fans of Grady Hendrix's My Best Friend's Exorcism.

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Veronica Mars as a Necromancer

the story is set up kind of like Veronica Mars season 1, though instead of trying to solve her best friend's murder through conventional means, she rose her from the grave. It's very good. Rebecca Soler is great as always as well, it was a pleasant surprise when I was recommended this book and saw she narrated it.

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Great book!

Wow as a fellow fat and Hispanic I could relate to this book. Loved it very the craft meets veronica mars.

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A little predictable, but fulfilling nonetheless.

I will admit, I did manage to predict very quickly who the culprit really was; however, the journey was honest enough that it wasn't a complete drag to walk the path of the rest of the book. Good, somewhat-mindless witchy fun.

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Not what I expected

This book immediately plunged into controversial topics. It felt sac-religious at times. I forced myself to keep reading before making any judgements. Overall, the writing seemed poor and forced. But, I do see young adult themes that are important. If you look over all the high school/teenage drama and bs you might see what what the writer intended to teach you. While I’m fine reading Harry Potter or Dresden Files, this book made me uncomfortable. But the story finally grabbed me and I needed closure.

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Just disappointing

This was a disappointing book despite it beingb narrated by Rebecca Solar, who,s a fantastic narrator

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