A high school comedy romance with a difference. Being dead hasn’t been this much fun since Buffy.
Maddy Swift is just an ordinary girl, until the fateful night when she is struck by lightning and wakes up face down in a puddle. Then it’s goodbye to all things Normal – such as breathing and having a heartbeat – and hello to yellow vision and a whole new Afterlife. Turns out there’s a lot more to being a zombie than shuffling and groaning, but surviving school as one of the living dead requires a totally different set of skills. And things don’t get any easier when Maddy realises that she’s not the only reanimated student at Barracuda Bay High . . . Who said that paranormal romance had to be just about vampires and werewolves? Take a break from Twilight and the rest with a light-hearted look at life as one of the undead.
Praise for Rusty Fischer’s Zombies Don’t Cry:
“A fun, fresh take on the usual leg-dragging, groaning, brain-craving zombie . . . often laugh-out-loud and always grin-inducing – although brains are still required.” NY Journal of Books