Review of Frat House of the Dead (Book 1.5 of Salt Lake After Dark) by J.K. Walker


Genre: Paranormal Fantasy

Book Length: (Est.): 68 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Rachel Wood has lead a sheltered life. Sure she’s a witch, with a talent for technology, but she just doesn’t get out much. Halloween night, that all changes when her best friend invites her to a frat party. After someone spikes the punch with an unknown spell, Rachel must devise a magical solution before her and her friends are overwhelmed by… Zombies!

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This is a novella told from Rachel’s point of view. It was nice getting a glimpse into the head of one of the other characters.

Rachel is a witch, but she wasn’t raised as one. Her grandmother is trying to get her to embrace her magical gifts, but she doesn’t love magic, she loves technology, and she tries to combine the two. If anyone can modernize magic it will be her.

This all takes place on Halloween at a frat party. Rachel is with her friends Jazz, Tammy, Cassie, and Angel for a night they won’t soon forget. Leave it to a frat boy to spike the punch with unknown herbs given to him by someone he doesn’t know all too well and instead of an extra fun time they get…zombies.

Frat House of the Dead combines magic, zombies, terror, and blossoming relationships. It’s a great intro into Hollow Eyes and I cannot wait to read it next.

My Favorite Moment: A kiss and a confession. Way to go Rachel!

My Favorite Freaky-Ass Moment: If a girl is banging her head into the bathroom mirror don’t ask her why or wonder what’s going on just RUN! I never want to hear thump…drag.

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.



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  1. Pingback: Our December Author of the Month with Interview – J.K. Walker | Hines and Bigham's Literary Tryst

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