Sunday, April 22, 2018

Review: Undead Girl Gang

Undead Girl Gang Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When you're in high school, ridiculed for being a practicing witch, and your best (and only) friend dies under mysterious circumstances, what do you do? You find a way to bring her back, even if there are many unexpected consequences.

Once Mila brings back Riley, along with classmates Dayton and June, two others who died under the guise of suicide, she is faced with the task of being able to get revenge for their deaths within seven days, before they must return to the graveyard. On top of that, she is feeling closer than ever to Riley's brother, a person she has had a crush on since she met him. Although Mila feels like a continual outsider for how she looks and what she does, it is in this space where she is able to open up to those who she thought were her sworn enemies to find accidental friendships.

This is by far the best YA book I've read this year. Although you have the typical teen in the center, trying to find her place in the world, all of the strange and often wacky circumstances that follow her over a week make it a book you can't really put down until you find out just what happened to her undead friends.

*Book provided by Penguin First to Read

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