Death Fields Series by Angel Lawson

by | Feb 5, 2018

Angel Lawson’s Death Fields Series consists of: The Girl Who Shot First  The Girl Who Punched Back The Girl Who Kicked Ass The Girl Who Kissed The Sun The Girl Who Broke Free The Girl Who Saved The World Oddly enough, I didn’t pick up this series first. I picked up Angel Lawson’s book FanGirl. It was a cute romance about a girl obsessed with a zombie comic book getting to meet the comic book’s author and their falling in love. Angel published the romance in 2012, with lots of little scenes from the zombie comic book interspersed in the story. Then the fans must have cried out. Because in 2016, Angel published The Girl Who Shot First. It IS the zombie comic book story, in novel form. I thoroughly enjoyed FanGirl, and give it a 5/5 stars. It doesn’t matter whether or not you read FanGirl with the Death Fields series. But any “spoilers” in FanGirl all appear in the first book, so don’t worry about knowing too much about later books. Although I am not typically a zombie fan, I did enjoy The Girl Who Shot First. I enjoyed the plot (which I had roughly known from reading FanGirl) and the descriptions and the characters. I was thoroughly satisfied when I got to the end of the book, but I debated picking up the others. I really, really enjoyed The Girl Who Shot First. But I was ambivalent about continuing the series. This rarely happens with me, but to be fair, it usually happens in a genre I don’t read often, like zombie apocalypse. While I can heartily recommend The Girl Who Shot First, I cannot tell you about any of the other books in the series. I thought, “Well, I’ll go read something else, and if my curiosity kills me, I’ll come back to this series.” It never killed me, so I never went back. Like I said, I was thoroughly satisfied at the end of The Girl Who Shot First. However, if you really love zombie apocalypse books, you’ll most likely enjoy the entire series because the first one really was very good. 5/5 stars for The Girl Who Shot First.

I only post reviews for books I am not connected with. If I beta read or edited the book, or work as a virtual assistant for the author, I do not post a review. However, authors occasionally send me books to review.

Projected* schedule for Book Reviews for 2018:

1st Monday: Fantasy or Sci-Fi (what I read the most)
2nd Monday: Random book (could be anything, but expect a lot of mysteries)
3rd Monday: Romance (might have sex, but will not be any relationship that is not MF)
4th Monday: Non-Fiction (inspirational, biographies, instructional)

*Due to LIFE being a factor in my life, this schedule might not actually happen.
Adriel Wiggins

Adriel Wiggins

Owner, Adriel Wiggins Author Services and Consulting

Hello! I’m Adriel Wiggins, wife, mother of three, bibliophile, art geek, and all around student. I’ve been on a quest all of my life to learn as much as I possibly can about everything I possibly can. This has helped me tremendously in what eventually became my life’s purpose: to help other people become the best version of themselves. It is in that line that I became an assistant.

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