Undead and Undermined

Undead and Undermined

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Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor thought she couldn't die. So what's she doing in the morgue? It could have something to do with a time-traveling trip she made, and a foe with a wicked agenda that could finally be the real death of Betsy--if she's not careful.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780425241271
0425241270
Branch Call Number: FIC DAVIDSO
Characteristics: xix, 279 p. ; 22 cm.

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Invisicat
Dec 02, 2016

This book still has the wit of earlier books, but not really any plot. I think it takes place over one day (from Betsy's perspective), and it ends in a tragedy that is underdeveloped and brushed aside. I'll still finish out the series, but I hope they get better after this.

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sfogs
Apr 16, 2015

Not the best in the series.
So they are followed back through the timelines.. and everything goes wrong from there.

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beachbummiss
Jul 05, 2012

MaryJanice Davidson mixes outrageous humor and witty dialog in her undead series and there is never a dull moment. This is a great read.

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PirplePashn
Jun 25, 2012

This book was confusing and all over the place. It seems as though the author has lost her inspiration for this character.

The characters all seem neurotic but Queen Betsy definitely takes the cake (or stake, lol).

The author seems to have a need to walk us through the previous book in a childish overly explantory way. I feel the author has done this to allow anyone to pick up the books and follow along from any point. However for the series followers this becomes repetitive and for the newcomers possibly makes picking up the next book seriously unlikely.

Betsy has become even more shallow, more airy; all around empty headed. However the author must think that we like this because the book is filled with empty headed mindless dribble, I'm wondering if and when she will be outed as the real mindless vampires that they have in the series.

I truly feel that I have wasted my time on this series but find myself continuing to read because I feel like I've invested to much time.

As someone said DO NOT BUY/PURCHASE THIS BOOK BORROW IT. (if you really must & truly dare)

jcharmed Feb 19, 2012

This book was written clearly to try and scrape out of the terrible and horrifying ending from"undead and Unfinished". It wasn't thought out and badly written.

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stl93
Sep 25, 2011

Agree with most of the other comments. I found this erratic, confusing and the characters were flat and uninteresting. I'm not sure I can bring myself to read the next one.

foolie4195 Sep 06, 2011

Good book, not awesome but not bad.

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jrbb
Sep 05, 2011

Confusing, annoying, plotless, poorly written... Ok so I'm not expecting great literature from this series but an actual plot line, interesting dialogue and characters would help a lot. The characters are getting more and more irritating and the writing is incredibly juvenile. I found myself re-reading some sections a few times because it made no sense! Too bad because this series was fun to read... at first...

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kim_possible
Aug 31, 2011

Not a great addition to the series. Most of the dialogue and plot is getting worn out.

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erogolino
Jul 25, 2011

Not the greatest in the series, the end sets it up nicely for the next book. Kinda short, a quick read.

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