The X Factor (Apocalypse Babes Book Two)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
No mad skillz, no sacred destiny, just a pink tracksuit that will take her places she never wanted to go...

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Words: 87,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458180278
About Bella Street

Bella Street lives so close to Nashville that she's been provoked to take up fiddle lessons. Until her tunes are fit for human consumption, she writes paranormal and time travel romance.

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Review by: lfsims on July 03, 2012 :
Stuck in her hometown back in the 80's, which is bad enough it is also being runover with zombies. And on top of all that being stuck in a so called compound. Seffy is in her own worst nightmare. The author is talented, while others just use one genre in a book she uses multiple ideas with ease.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kazoa Her on June 09, 2012 :
The story of Sef and her friends unexpected time-travel continues. This second book has taken the story a little further, making you eager to find out what is going on, yet mysteries are still lurking around at every corner. This has been a great series to read so far!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Linda Andrews on Oct. 12, 2011 :
Having survived her dose of Zombie Juice, Seffy wakes to find herself being experimented on. A coup has left the refuge in the hands of those not sympathetic to outsiders and sadistically interested in why Seffy survived. Trent, Seffy's nemesis from the Z Word, rescues her and the rest of the Scobby Gang as well as the Fugere's leader. But all doesn't return to normal. Seffy's friends reject her, Trent rises to hero status, and a new threat emerges that is targeting Seffy.

I really enjoyed the X-Factor (maybe even better than the Z-word). Seffy's ugly past is beginning to show through the rips and tears in her Juicy Couture track suit making her more sympathetic and multidimensional. What's more Trent rises as not only the hero but as a man who can help Seffy believe she can be the woman she wants, instead of hiding behind shallow veneers. Ms. Street is to be commended for her homage to all those Commie scare movies. In a building that looks square from the outside but is round on the inside, the reader can expect some twists that don't follow the usual routes. The X-Factor is a fun way to spend the day.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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