Jenny Undead

  • Title: Jenny Undead
  • Author: J.L. Murray
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jenny Undead Warning This book contains strong language zombies knives guns and violence In a world ravaged by disease and chaos Jenny has a secret She and her brother were part of a gruesome experiment condu
    Warning This book contains strong language, zombies, knives, guns, and violence In a world ravaged by disease and chaos, Jenny has a secret She and her brother were part of a gruesome experiment conducted ten years earlier in an attempt to stop the zombie apocalypse If the rumors are true, her mother was the hated pathologist who released the disease in the first placeWarning This book contains strong language, zombies, knives, guns, and violence In a world ravaged by disease and chaos, Jenny has a secret She and her brother were part of a gruesome experiment conducted ten years earlier in an attempt to stop the zombie apocalypse If the rumors are true, her mother was the hated pathologist who released the disease in the first place, leading to the destruction of government, civilization, and life as we know it.Despite the constant terror of the undead, Jenny is as happy as a post apocalyptic girl can be She has friends, she s good with a knife, and she has Declan Munro by her side But when she hears her brother might still be alive and living with the Underground, a religious group hiding in the now defunct subway, Jenny jumps at the chance to find him She infiltrates the group to right the wrong she caused when she ran away, leaving him in that lab.When she finds him, though, Casey is not at all what she expected He s been turned And the impossible happens when Jenny is bitten She and Casey are dead, but they re not like any other rotters Their minds are still intact And there are others Thirteen children survived the mysterious experiments, and it s up to Jenny to find them and bring an end to the plague But not everyone wants the chaos to end Between battling her hunger for living flesh and the all encompassing rage that goes with it, and the realization that a killer is stalking both the living and the undead, Jenny has her hands full Coming between a dead girl and the people she loves is a big mistake Because if you can count on one thing, it s this You wouldn t like her angry.

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    About J.L. Murray


    1. J.L Murray is the author of the Niki Slobodian series Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, The Devil Is a Gentleman, Before the Devil Knows You re Dead, The Devil Was an Angel, and The Devil s Backbone , The Thirteen series Jenny Undead and Eat the Ones You Love , After the Fire, Blood Day, and the Blood of Cain series Monstrous.Murray is a firm believer that horror can be beautiful, and that good and evil are very far from black and white She lives with her family in Eugene, Oregon and can be reached through her website at jlmurraywriter.


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    1. Although I’m understandably wary of self-published books (and growing more so as the time passes), sometimes it’s good to take a leap of faith and see where it takes you. Jenny Undead came recommended by Tim Marquitz, a great author whose opinion I trust, and let me tell you, I have a lot to thank him for. Jenny Undead is perfect for zombie fans, and especially for fans of Rhiannon Frater. Jenny lives in a brutal, unforgiving, zombie-filled world, and her own family is to blame. Both her mot [...]

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    2. Aaaaaaahhhh! Ok got that out of my system. I love love loved this book. It is truly brilliant. JL Murray does an enticing, brilliant job with a suspenseful story line. So well written, I had a hard time finding anything to criticize. I'm fairly new the the zom genre and Jenny Undead ranks right up there with Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry. I love the lighter cover edition. It's more eye catching. Two thumbs way up for Jenny Undead!!!

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    3. 4 1/2 stars for another spectacular piece of speculative fiction by author J.L. Murray. The author does an incredible job with her worldbuilding here - the book is set about a decade or so after a scientific experiment gone horribly wrong. The world is populated with an assortment of the living and the undead, and apparently, a few thinking undead. Heathens, Thumpers, and the Righteous make up the living, some in underground cultish groups, others not so underground or cultish, but just as deadl [...]

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    4. Jenny is living in a world of rotters. She is trying to stay alive and find her brother. She ran away years ago and now wants to find him and hopes he is safe. She is tough but she is also scared someone will find out her secret. Her mother is rumored to be the reason for the zombies and she did experiments on children looking for a way to stop the zombie apocalypse. Jenny and her brother Casey were some of the children she experimented on. Jenny also had to deal with more horror than the rest. [...]

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    5. This series must be read in order. This is the first book.Jenny isnt like other girls. She had the worst childhood as a lab rat until she ran away leaving her brother behind. Everything she has done has been to find him again. She has an awesome boyfriend and an amazing crew that have helped her make a real life for herself even in this post apocalyptic hell of a world over run by rotters but nothing means anything if she doesn't find the little brother she abandoned to her mad scientist mother [...]

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    6. Forget everything you thought you knew about the zombie apocalypse, and get ready to meet Jenny, the newest hardcore heroine introduced by J.L. Murray. Ignore the zombie guts on her shirtoh, and the fact that she happens to be just a wee bit zombified herself. Tough and vulnerable at the same time, nothing is going to stand in Jenny's way as she seeks answers to the world-ending problems that are her family legacy--and if she's lucky, she just may be able to find the cure.Great introduction to t [...]

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    7. This book was so good. I love the world the author has built up. The characters are likeable, for the most part. I loved Jenny right away. She is strong, independent, and loyal. She will do anything to find her brother.I'm interested to meet the rest of the Thirteen and to find out more about what exactly Jenny's mom did to all those kids, who actually started the virus and why, and will they be able to save everyoneeven those that have already turned?

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    8. Loved this book! Jenny was funny and sharp tongued.Whens next one out?

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    9. Hurry up with book 2!!!!!more more more! not your typical zombie book, but way better! I cannot wait to see what happens next. Great read, highly recommended!

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    10. Well, hmmmmm. I made it 12% into the book and I'm just as confused with what in the hell is going on as I was in the first chapter. Just could not continue it!

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    11. I finished this book last weekend and it's taken me a week to come to terms with it. To try and put into words what I thought of this book.Our Jenny. I, like Declan, grew to love her quickly. In a world - literally - gone to pieces, Jenny manages to keep moving forward and staying strong. She was one to admire, or for some, be too jealous of. She didn't need fancy clothes or make up, she is enchanting even covered in dead zombie. That's class.Declan, in his own right, is the star of the show as [...]

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    12. ** Review for book 1 and 2 ***I decided to read this book in the spirit of Halloween, keeping in mind that I don't celebrate or know what it means but what the heck. I have to admit that I have a soft spot for zombie books (and no the Doctor says I don't need to worry about it) and this one was just the ticket.Jenny seems to have no luck in love, life or family as everything goes from bad to worse in a post apocalyptic world where her friends seem to die as fast as her enemies mount up. It was a [...]

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    13. 3.5 stars Jenny has been looking for her brother Casey for a long time. Things start to look up as she has in indication on where to find him. But things turn to sh#t very fast as she is bitten by a zombie/rotter, now Jenny is in big trouble. She is dying and turning in a zombie corps.With a lot of struggle she reaches her home to say good buy to her boyfriend Declan Munro.But not even dying is easy as her zombie brother comes to pick her up and save her from death.As is turns out her psycho gra [...]

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    14. Except for the part where I'm not a necrophiliac, anymore, Jenny is my kind of girl.t She cusses a lot and is kind of stabby. Never been much of a zombie book fan, as much as I like zombie flicks, I always found them more suited to a visual medium since the don't talk or have personalities. Most zombie novels are the same, dead people get the munchies, bite people, civilization goes to hell, blah blah blah. This one starts with that premise, then takes off in a different direction What if someth [...]

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    15. 3.5 stars. Fans of Rhiannon Frater's "As the World Dies" series will likely enjoy this one. I certainly did! Jenny Undead follows MC Jenny in a post-apocalyptic zombie-infested world. What's different about this book compared to other zombie stories is Jenny's connection to the origin of the zombie virus. Pretty interesting stuff.The pacing is fast, the writing is well done, and there are a few twists. I thought it was pretty humorous when one of the characters complained about Jenny's poor gram [...]

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    16. I'm not a huge zombie fan, so I didn't think I had any business reading Jenny Undead. But I found it to be dark, funny, full of heart, and existing in solidly built world. The characters are complex and interesting, and I found myself intrigued by The Thirteen and the setup of a society surviving after a zombie virus. The dialogue was snappy and true. I'll definitely pick up the rest of the series.

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    17. I've never been a big zombie fan, but J.L.'s writing makes not getting wrapped up in Jenny's story almost impossible. Jenny is living in world of rotters (zombies). She's on the hunt for her brother but soon finds herself knee deep in $%^p when she's bitten and has to face become a rotter herself. Great world building, action, and character development combine to make this a pretty good read.

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    18. I started reading, thinking this would be another zombie story.I found it enthralling and hard to put down. Now I want to know more about The Thirteen and what happens to Jenny and Declan. Will wait patiently for the next installment

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    19. I love an original zombie story and I look forward to reading further into the series!

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    20. 4.5 starsA fun and exciting read. I will be waiting impatiently for part 2.

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    21. Since it's been a couple of weeks since I read this, I'll sum it up with good vs. bad.The goodJenny, the heroine, is genuinely "kick-ass" in a "boot meet buttocks" kind of way, and not an "all-swagger, but wait for the hero to save the day," lame-ass way.She's in an established romantic relationship (with the local thug with a heart of gold, Declan), so the story skips the whole twee boy meets girl schtick.As the title suggests, she becomes one of the undead, albeit, a smarter, less drooly (slig [...]

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    22. Another zombie book? Well, kind of! This is the first in a series and the main character becomes a zombie pretty early on, yet still retains her consciousness and thoughts. It's more like when people turn into vampires or werewolves and just have to control their appetites. Jenny finds that she is supposed to be the Cure, the one person who can stop the epidemic of the normal zombies and fix the world. I loved how the premise had a twist from normal zombie stories, but for much of the book, it w [...]

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    23. High-strung character drama with some jarring fight scenes. I would have liked more description of the environment and setting as the book was a little heavy on dialogue for my taste. The ending, I have to admit, was damn intense. Good job, Jesse!

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    24. This is a great book it started out kind of slow but then it got really good was hard to put down i really enjoyed it

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