My Life as A White Trash Zombie
Baker & Taylor
After overdosing on painkillers, Angel wakes up in the emergency room with a craving for brains and an anonymous letter that states that there's a job offer she shouldn't refuse at the county morgue.
After overdosing on painkillers, Angel wakes up in the ER with a craving for brains and an anonymous letter telling her that there's a job waiting for her at the country morgue and that's it's an offer she doesn't dare refuse. Original. 27,500 first printing.
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Angel has her first brain cravings:
"But I'd been craving brains. The smell was like chocolate and cookies and biscuits and gravy and everything else that was delicious It damn near drove me crazy every time I had to touch one. I'd been fighting the cravings the way I'd never fought the urge to take drugs or get drunk." (p. 56)
Angel gets creative with her brain smoothies:
"I...started blending brains up with soup or fruit juice or chocolate milk—stuff that looked normal so that no one would freak out if they happened to open the cooler. I could fit half a brain and about a cup of soup or chocolate milk into each jar or water bottle, and so far it seemed that a jar or bottle every other day kept me from getting smelly. (p. 81)
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