Dia Of The Dead
Publisher: Big Moon Press
Genre: Young Adult/Paranormal
Protecting Romero High from all things supernaturally spooky as Dia Muerto is a tough gig for sixteen-year-old actress Dia Summers, but it’s nothing compared to protecting the ones she loves from real, live—well, formerly alive—zombies. Unlike the zombies that shambled around on set, the real deal don’t follow a script.
At the majorly important birthday party of her boss’ daughter, Dia experiences a series of potentially career-ruining social disasters. Before the night is over, she soon discovers that the possible cancellation of her show isn’t her biggest worry.
Armed with what they can find around Bixby Studios, Dia and her friends band together to find out why everyone they know has begun popping up as gray-skinned, black-eyed, limb-nomming zombies. With the ailment spreading, time is running out before Dia is swept up in Hollywood’s latest trend.
Brit Brinson was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. After time away to attend college and graduate school, she returned home. When she’s not writing, she enjoys doing nerdy stuff with her friends. She lives for all things horror, paranormal, and sci-fi.
Dia of the Dead is her first novel.
Twitter: @britbrinsonMY REVIEW
Dia of the Dead was entertaining as well funny. Dia had to endure a hollywood party, which she did not like that is where it begins to turn fun. If you like the zombie attacks this is perfect.
What changes people or how a group of kids get together is for the reader to find out. What I will say is it is a page turner and entertaining.
Giving this a 4/5 star rating.