Series: White Rabbit Chronicles
Published by Harlequin Teen on September 24, 2013
Genres: fantasy, Horror, Young Adult
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Also in this series: Alice in Zombieland, The Queen of Zombie Hearts
Also by this author: Alice in Zombieland, Firstlife (Everlife, #1)
Inspired by the childhood classic Alice in Wonderland, this harrowing and romantic story features teen zombie slayer Alice Bell who has lost so much—family, friends, her home. After a strange new zombie attack, Alice fears she may be losing her mind as well. A terrible darkness blooms inside her, urging her to do wicked things. The whispers of the dead assault her ears and mirrors seem to come frighteningly to life. She’s never needed her team of zombie slayers more—including her boyfriend, Cole—than she does now. But as Cole strangely withdraws and the zombies gain new strength, Ali knows one false step may doom them all.
I don’t think it’s possible for me to love Cole as much as I do after reading Through the Zombie Glass. I absolutely love this world that Showalter has created, and cannot wait for the next book.
So let’s start off with Alice and Cole. I love them in this book. They come to some obstacles in their relationship that may be a little hard to overcome. I love the way these two interact. I also love that everyone else in Cole’s group sees Alice as one of them now. Especially Trina! But you all know how awesome I think she is anyway, you know, since we share a name. We are also introduced to Gavin and Veronica. I absolutely adore Gavin. He’s really hard to dislike, even though you really want to. Veronica is an absolute B! I’m not a fan of hers, and not sure that I will be going forward. There were so many times I wanted to slap the mess out of her.
In Zombie Glass we go through so many ups and downs. Cole and Alice have to figure out their stuff, and at times it’s absolutely heartbreaking. I remember being at that vulnerable age, add in creepy zombies, and Alice has every reason to be a little overwhelmed. I love the interactions between all of the characters. Everything seems so realistic and it’s hard not to reimagine those feelings.
Like I said before I LOVED this installment in the White Rabbit Chronicles, and I’m beyond ready for the next one.