Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Undead Girl Gang

Mila Flores and her best friend Riley have always been inseparable. There's not much excitement in their small town of Cross Creek, so Mila and Riley make their own fun, devoting most of their time to Riley's favorite activity: amateur witchcraft.So when Riley and two Fairmont Academy mean girls die under suspicious circumstances, Mila refuses to believe everyone's explanation that her BFF was involved in a suicide pact. Instead, armed with a tub...

Details Undead Girl Gang

TitleUndead Girl Gang
Release DateMay 8th, 2018
GenreYoung Adult, Fantasy, Mystery, Paranormal

Reviews Undead Girl Gang

  • Emma Giordano
    4.5 stars!
  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    If I can recommend one YA mystery to you, it’s this one. I’m honestly not usually a big fan of YA mysteries—most of them fall short for me in a big way—but this was such a wildly enjoyable, hilarious, heartbreaking, and gorgeous little story. While most mystery novels are about the destination (discovering the whodunit), this one is about the journey, and the things Mila learns along the way. It’s about grieving, friendship, overcoming ...
  • Lola
    It’s good to know that if I had died from boredom reading this book, Mila Flores would have brought me back to life (and my ancestors, too, probably), but I’m rather glad I didn’t become a zombie creature roaming the living world for seven days.Still, it’s very underwhelming.And shocking that a story with such an original and curious premise can be so unimaginative, contain such stereotypical characters, and be not at all funny, despite t...
  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Oh my god, you guys, this book was such a delight. With sarcastic, witty narration, a compelling mystery, and an on-point vibe, I was completely impressed.Undead Girl Gang follows Mila, who brings back three girls from the dead: astrology-obsessed and complicated June, joyful and hilarious Dayton, and Riley, Mila’s best friend back from the dead. First of all, you guys, I binged this. I haven’t binged a book in a day in around a month, so...
  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    I’m feeling SO MANY THINGS. I adored the characters, but I feel like the story was a little lacking. I still highly recommend because the writing is fantastic, but it didn’t quite live up to the expectations that I had after completely adoring The Only Thing Worse Than Me is You. Womp :c(Although clearly still fantastic bc 4 stars but ya feel me)
  • may ➹ (hiatus)
    This book turned out to be everything I expected, plus a little more. It’s such a fabulously-written murder mystery with layers of wit, grief, and girls supporting girls, and it’s SO enjoyable to read.ALSO. DO YOU SEE THAT COVER. I LOVE ENAMEL PINS.🌹 WHAT I LIKED - It’s an extremely well-written mystery? I don’t usually read murder mysteries, but I can spot a good one when I read one, and this is a good one. While my lowkey suspicions ...
  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Sooooooo much fun even though it was predictable. The audiobook was awesome!
  • Laura
    4.5 stars “So what are you going to do about it? Stop sitting back and waiting for everyone else to do the dirty work for you. You aren’t a princess. You’re a walking, talking dead girl. And the sooner you get angry about that, the sooner you can do something other than read through spells you don’t even fucking believe in!” Yes!! I really had no clue what to expect when I started this. In fact, I tried lowering my expectations. That wa...
  • Lily ☁️ {semi hiatus}
    ➳ 1 1/2 starsI’m very well aware that Undead Girl Gang has a paranormal setting, but this is one of the most ridiculous and far-fetched stories I’ve ever read (and I’m not talking about the magical, reviving-dead-girls aspect here), with a murder mystery that is almost comical in its lack of mystery—and not merely because of its predictability.I mean, I’m sorry. All I’m seeing are four and five star ratings, even from friends whose ...
  • Katie.dorny
    I’m gonna need more girl gangs and lesbian witches in my life from now on.This book is definitely not one I would usually read - but I loved it!Mila accidentally resurrects her best friend and 2 other girls from her school, with the intention of discovering the murder.I had no clue who the villain was - that was one hell of a curve ball for me.Also I loved the character development and the honest assessment of high school. Plus the honesty of d...
  • The Bookavid
    In UNDEAD GIRL GANG, a fat black mexican wiccan teen resurrects a couple of girls by accident when she's trying to find out what happened to her late best friend Riley. This is the first book by Anderson that I'm reading and I'm absolutely blown away. She has a writing style that I absolutely love, effortlessly mixing laugh-out-loud humor with extremely nuanced dissections of complex topics such as grief, mental illness (PTSD and depression), fat...
  • - ̗̀ DANY ̖́- (danyreads)
    . : ☾⋆ — 5 ★I HAVE NO WORDS FOR THIS I WANT TO BUY 7,000,000,000 COPIES OF THIS BOOK AND GIVE ONE OUT TO EVERY SINGLE PERSON ALIVE THIS IS THE BEST BOOK THIS YEAR BY FAR● this book is filled with so much female positivity i could burst with happiness: even from the cover, undead girl gang radiates these intense female empowerment vibes, and let me tell you, i was not disappointed. all the girls in this book are different physically and ...
  • (Bern) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
    Lilly Anderson deftly created a well thought out and original story in Undead Girl Gang! So this was honestly quite an unexpected read for me. The basic story, in a nutshell, follows Mila (Camilla Flores) who brings back her best friend, Riley & 2 mean girls (Dayton & June) from the dead after the 3 girls die within a week of each other in what the police claim are suicides. Mila knows Riley would never kill herself and she is determined to uncov...
  • Book of Secrets
    I don't read a lot of YA books, but every once in a while one comes along that catches my eye – especially one that sounds like a combination of Heathers and The Craft. I wasn't wowed by the book, though it was a quirky read, with some fun parts and sad moments too. With such an interesting premise – a novice witch raising a gang of zombie girls from the dead to solve their murders – I was hoping for a little more. I'm bummed that the myste...
  • Zoraida
    My love for witches is fed by this wonderful book. Themes of letting go, friendship, and love.
  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    This was fun! I was initially drawn to this book by its awesome cover and when I read the book's summary, I knew that I needed to have this book in my life. This book had so many elements that I love including witchcraft and undead characters. This ended up being a really quick read for me and I found myself liking the book more and more as I worked my way through the story. I found this to be a really entertaining and original novel.This book ho...
  • Dylan
    5.27.18Because I'm trash for this book, I decided to reread it only weeks after originally reading it, so of course still....holy shit. 5.12.18holy shit.
  • Katie
    3.5 stars! Not my favorite, but fun!
  • Kate (GirlReading)
    3.75* With a diverse cast of characters, witchcraft, murder, zombies and mystery, Undead Girl Gang was an incredibly fun and unique read. I do feel it lacked suspense in parts and a few areas of the plot fell a little short but with that being said, this was undoubtedly entertaining and enjoyable. It was intersectional in addressing bigotry towards topics such as racism and fatphobia, whilst at the same time, following a literal group of undead g...
  • ambsreads
    Trigger Warnings: death, self-harm, murder, suicide, descriptions of the dead, depression, grief, one joke about PTSD that made me iffyTHIS REVIEW OF UNDEAD GIRL GANG WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED HEREI, unfortunately, was incredibly excited for Undead Girl Gang. The cover is amazing and I was so excited by the premise of the main character being unlikeable – and she was, she was sarcastic and not a ‘typical’ MC. I really hate the fact that I had b...
  • Stacee
    Zombies are my jam and when I saw Lily was going to do something zombie-like, I was 1000000% here for it. I loved Mila. She’s snarky and maybe a little hardened, but she was a genuinely nice person and super easy to root for. The girls who come back are interesting and proof that you can’t always judge a person by what you hear about them. I won’t go into more details because spoilers and all that. Plot wise, I was instantly hooked. I loved...
  • Melanie (TBR and Beyond)
    This book was so much freaking fun! Witches? Check! Spells gone awry? Check. Murder? Check, check, check! This is a great little gem that everyone should give a try. I knew when I read the synopsis for this book that I had to have it in my eager little hands the second it released. Of course, it then took me a couple of months to get to reading it because I never have my shit together. I'm sure some of you can relate, please relate! This book sta...
  • Ashley O
    What an adorable book - I mean, you can't go wrong with something like this - I think Dayton was the funniest of all and some of her quips are just so entertaining - I kind of called it halfway through the book so it wasn't much of a shock to me what happened - but the witchcraft element was fun as were the characters - and the zombie thing was fun to read too!
  • Rachel Strolle
    Heathers meets Pushing Daisies--quirky, snarky, and a pleasure to read.
  • Chelsea
    This was SO GOOD Undead Girl Gang is unlike any other YA mystery you will ever read. This book follows Mila directly after the death of her best friend. She can't bring herself to believe that she would have been lumped in to a suicide pact with two uptight girls like June and Dayton, and she is determined to find out what really happened. How you might ask, will Mila find out what really happened? Well with witchcraft of course!Before Riley's de...
  • Kayley Hyde
  • CW (Read Think Ponder)
    I needed something light-hearted and Undead Girl Gang delivered. This was such an unexpected and delightful read, and I'm going to be recommending this to everyone.- About Mila who, after suspecting suspicious circumstances surrounding her best friend's death, brings back her friend from the grave -- and accidentally brings back two others as well. The shenanigans the ensue are hilarious, engaging, and so much fun.- It has girl gangs, fat rep, Me...
  • Sarah Churchill
    Zombies and witches meets mean girls. It could have been super cheesy, but somehow it wasn't. I really enjoyed it and read it in just a couple of sittings.I love that topics like body positivity and how it's ok to identify as 'fat' was covered a few times, as well as bullying and a few other themes that never felt preachy or like a lesson, it just let you live through the experiences so you'd actually learn and understand.The only character I did...
  • Dayla
    Review first appeared as part of a weekly feature on my blog, Book Addict 24-7.I received a copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review.4.5 StarsMila Flores has just lost her best friend and she is convinced that it was no accident, or conscious choice. In order to get the answers she needs, she decides to bring Riley, her bff, back from the dead. Except, Riley isn’t alone. Mila accidentally awakens two other popular girls w...