A Mad Zombie Party by Gena Showalter

Bookishly Romantic

Published: September 29, 2015

The last book in the White Rabbit Chronicles does not follow Ali and Cole’s relationship. Instead we get to see how Frosty is handling Kat’s death and most importantly how he will move forward from this. I’ve got to say though that Gena wrote a great book with including both Frosty and Milla’s points of views. Where was that in the previous books? Seriously!!!!! I’m ecstatic that we got what is going on Frosty’s head. I honestly don’t think that this novel would have worked without having Frosty’s point of view. Especially, since the premise of the novel is getting him to move on productively after Kat’s death.

So, Kat is dead and Frosty is not dealing with it well at all! He is banging anyone who even slightly resembles her and he knows that he would be disappointing her but he doesn’t know how to…

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