The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried

The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried

Shaun David Hutchinson / Aug 25, 2019

The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried A good friend will bury your body a best friend will dig you back up Dino doesn t mind spending time with the dead His parents own a funeral home and death is literally the family business He

  • Title: The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried
  • Author: Shaun David Hutchinson
  • ISBN: 1481498576
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up.Dino doesn t mind spending time with the dead His parents own a funeral home, and death is literally the family business He s just not used to them talking back Until Dino s ex best friend July dies suddenly and then comes back to life Except not exactly Somehow July is not quite alive, and not quit A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up.Dino doesn t mind spending time with the dead His parents own a funeral home, and death is literally the family business He s just not used to them talking back Until Dino s ex best friend July dies suddenly and then comes back to life Except not exactly Somehow July is not quite alive, and not quite dead.As Dino and July attempt to figure out what s happening, they must also confront why and how their friendship ended so badly, and what they have left to understand about themselves, each other, and all those grand mysteries of life Get A Copy 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LGBT Themes 175 books 201 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 21, 2018 Kai marked it as to read Shelves glbt I love this title than the kids that I don t have flag 90 likesLike see review Mar 18, 2018 Dylan rated it it was amazing Shelves all time favorites, 2019 most anticipated, favorite authors, 2019 most anticipated that i own 4.5 5I may be a bit biased considering Shaun is my favorite author I m definitely his 1 fan at this point, but I still would have loved this without those pre existing factors Dino is used to being around the dead His parents run a funeral home, so its a daily occurrence of his life at this point But what he s not used to, is them coming back to life When Dino s ex best friend, July comes back to life after a sudden death, the two must confront what happened to their friendship, and why 4.5 5I may be a bit biased considering Shaun is my favorite author I m definitely his 1 fan at this point, but I still would have loved this without those pre existing factors Dino is used to being around the dead His parents run a funeral home, so its a daily occurrence of his life at this point But what he s not used to, is them coming back to life When Dino s ex best friend, July comes back to life after a sudden death, the two must confront what happened to their friendship, and why it ended so badly.Since we all know how terrible I m at formatting reviews, let s just address a few bullet points Writing Shaun s writing is lyrical and attention grabbing as usual, not a surprise to me since I ve read most of his work Characters The characters are exceptionally real and jump off the page Shaun doesn t try to sugarcoat things, either July is one of the most problematic characters I ve ever seen, but Dino corrects her every time, which isn t something you see a lot.As you may have noticed, I m rating this a 4.5 instead of a full 5 That s because this book seemed to be spending time on why July is back to life, instead of the characters themselves Characters are my favorite part of Shaun s books, so this was definitely noticeable to me flag 34 likesLike see review Ruci Tukana Thanks for sharing Dylan Great review though Jan 28, 2019 10 40AM Feb 18, 2018 sofi marked it as to read Shelves lgbt rep, waiting for i know it won t but i hope the synopsis stays It s about best friends and maybe zombies There s also lots of queer stuff because that s Gold flag 25 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jun 13, 2018 anna readingpeaches marked it as unreleased Shelves 1 urban fantasy, 2 lgbt, 2 lgbt authors, 2 mlm, 2 ownvoices, young adult, 2 lgbt tbr wow gotta love this reverse bury your gays shit flag 17 likesLike see review Jan 27, 2018 Elise TheBookishActress marked it as releases 2019 Shelves my personal author shrines only just read Shaun David Hutchinson s last book and now I m adding his next book, because I am a classy bitch flag 9 likesLike see review Jun 22, 2018 Circe marked it as to read Shelves waiting to release, 2019, promising authors I m simple, I saw Shaun David I clicked I want flag 9 likesLike see review Feb 05, 2018 Cassandra semi hiatus marked it as to read Update Look at that cover Look at that summary I m so freaking pumped.Earlier pre review There is no release date, blurb, or synopsis Just a title and an author.This is already an anticipated read for me.Why must you do this to me, Shaun David Hutchinson flag 8 likesLike see review Jan 07, 2019 Ivy rated it it was amazing Shelves coming soon 19 One of my favorite books of the year, and I can t wait until everyone can get their hands on it Dark, funny, sweet, and unique, it was the first book of 2019 that made me cry flag 7 likesLike see review Jun 09, 2018 Martin marked it as to read This blurb sounds intriguing Cannot wait for my next Hutchinson fix flag 5 likesLike see review Jun 28, 2018 Max Baker rated it liked it Shelves read in a day, read as an arc, lgbtqia, i reviewed Thank You Edelweiss for providing me a free review copy in exchange for an honest reviewI think it s finally happened I ve found a Shaun David Hutchinson book that isn t a full five stars for me, which is a shame because Hutchinson has been a significantly consistent for me since I first read The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley Maybe it s because this book is so different from his previous ones, but so was Elena Mendoza and I loved that The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is about Thank You Edelweiss for providing me a free review copy in exchange for an honest reviewI think it s finally happened I ve found a Shaun David Hutchinson book that isn t a full five stars for me, which is a shame because Hutchinson has been a significantly consistent for me since I first read The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley Maybe it s because this book is so different from his previous ones, but so was Elena Mendoza and I loved that The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is about friendship Specifically the friendship between a boy and a girl, which was one of the main selling points for me I m always interested in book with a strong male female friendship that doesn t end in a romance Plus, it s Shaun David Hutchinson, so I was on board from the the start But reading the actual book It was wasit was boring.Those things that make Hutchinson s writing good, the dark, but hopeful tone, the blunt honesty, the humor, it was all missing from this book It was like everything that made his works unique were sucked away into somethingbland Dino and July are just so boring They re flawed, deeply, deeply flawed, but they re not interesting I didn t, couldn t, care about these two characters who fell out of love with one another Dino was passive and July was overly hostile They never gelled as friends, even hostile ones I couldn t get invested in their story, because it didn t seem like they had one to tell They stopped being friends a year ago and the reasons why were just so blase and could have been easily solved if they just talked to each other like human beings instead of being stubborn and broodish.I think the main issue lies in the fact this book seemed preoccupied with explaining the importance of death then telling Dino and July s story So much of the was devoted to the thematic elements of the story instead of building character or plot points It s like Hutchinson had something to say about death, but not a cohesive or interesting way to say it So what we re left with is a story that has a message, but no substance And that s just disappointing because Hutchinson is better then that I know he is, because I ve read his stuff This is by no means a bad book, and I m not going to stop being a fan, but The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is just a miss for me flag 5 likesLike see review Jun 08, 2018 Eliza Rapsodia is currently reading it Shelves 2019, arc I NEED IT I NEED IT I NEED IT I NEED IT flag 4 likesLike see review Jun 13, 2018 Lilly Lair Of Books marked it as to read I cannot resist a good tale of the dead who won t stay burieddescribed as Six Feet Under meets Pushing Daisies side note I LOVED Six Feet Under had every intention of watching Pushing Daisies haha the parentals in this book own a funeral home i m here for it flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 01, 2019 BookChic Club rated it it was amazing Yet another winner from Hutchinson I m absolutely loving each and every one of his books, and this was no different The friendship between July and Dino is done so incredibly well, with lots of inside jokes, little annoyances, deep seated anger, and lots of love It s an interesting concept too to have your dead ex best friend come back to life to work out unfinished business, and the novel plays around with whose unfinished business it actually is The novel takes place over the course of tw Yet another winner from Hutchinson I m absolutely loving each and every one of his books, and this was no different The friendship between July and Dino is done so incredibly well, with lots of inside jokes, little annoyances, deep seated anger, and lots of love It s an interesting concept too to have your dead ex best friend come back to life to work out unfinished business, and the novel plays around with whose unfinished business it actually is The novel takes place over the course of two days or so, but so much is packed into that time frame I also really enjoyed Dino s relationship with his trans boyfriend whose name I cannot remember and the ups and downs the two of them had to deal with over the course of the novel it s a sweet romance The only thing that rubbed me the wrong way was the scene with July first meeting Dino s friends and she makes a faux pas and gets lectured I thought it seemed way too preachy and just too much It was a short scene though so it didn t really affect my overall opinion of the book Definitely a book to check out when it s released next month flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 09, 2019 Teri rated it really liked it review of another edition A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up How could you not want to read this book after a line like that I needed to know why July came back.I had a love hate relationship with these characters At times, I loathed both of them especially July, as she comes across as extremely self centered and incredibly selfish A couple of moments I warmed to her, after the reason behind some of her actions came to light Deep down, both Dino and July have some heavy se A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up How could you not want to read this book after a line like that I needed to know why July came back.I had a love hate relationship with these characters At times, I loathed both of them especially July, as she comes across as extremely self centered and incredibly selfish A couple of moments I warmed to her, after the reason behind some of her actions came to light Deep down, both Dino and July have some heavy self esteem issues, but deal with them in different ways.The friendship between these two is puzzling They appear to care deeply about each other, but make hurtful, biting comments especially July , and then a couple of paragraphs later, are friends again It s true those you love the most can inflict the deepest wounds Towards the end, Dino and July s conversations are heartfelt and honest, and a couple hit close to home for me.It s hard to classify this story It s made up of laugh out loud funny lines and situations, bittersweet conversations, deep character introspection and I learned far about how morticians prep bodies than I wanted to Things I ll never be able to forget An unusual, darkly amusing portrayal of death, and a sometimes too honest, but deeply loving friendship.Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 21, 2018 f rbe mich rot marked it as to read Daddy has written a new book and I cannot wait for February 2019 to come flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 14, 2018 McKinlay Dennis rated it it was amazing Shelves 2018, diverse, queer, queer 2019 Shaun writes hella weird books, and I dig em Simple as that I ll write a better review after i ve slept flag 2 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jun 21, 2018 Irene marked it as wishlist 2019 I NEEED IT RIGHT NOW flag 2 likesLike see review Mar 01, 2018 rin lorenzo marked it as to read i mean I ll read it either way but if it s the SUPERIOR BEST FRIENDS TO LOVERS TROPE then it s even exciting flag 2 likesLike see review Feb 01, 2019 Aimee rated it liked it Shelves 2019 releases, 2019 arcs Thank you to NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this novel before its publication date This is my first Shaun David Hutchinson book and considering all the praise I ve heard about his works in the past I was very excited to get a chance to read this.I didn t dislike this book by any means but I think I expected to love it As I m not the best reviewer I find it best to break things down into likes dislikes Likes It is inclusive and diverse Gay, trans, and plus size char Thank you to NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this novel before its publication date This is my first Shaun David Hutchinson book and considering all the praise I ve heard about his works in the past I was very excited to get a chance to read this.I didn t dislike this book by any means but I think I expected to love it As I m not the best reviewer I find it best to break things down into likes dislikes Likes It is inclusive and diverse Gay, trans, and plus size characters are given positive representation Homophobic and body shaming comments are challenged and resolved I liked Dino and Rafi s relationship and found it to be one of the interesting ones in the book The dialogue was funny and most of the time I enjoyed July s snarky nature Dislikes While the plot is interesting it is not fleshed out AT ALL The proof clocks in at just under 300 pages and is just too short to effectively do what I believe it is trying to do While the characters are witty there is honestly not a whole lot of development with the exception of maybe Dino Dino s family is on the peripheral of the story but I would have loved for them to be a bigger part of the story They all seemed awesome and deserved scenes and development Maybe after reading Undead Girl Gang and loving it so, so much I thought I would just be into a friend coming back from the dead story better but this one just didnt click for me I didn t care much about Dino or July and was interested in the side characters.I am definitely still interested in reading from this author and am grateful for the opportunity to read this early flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 23, 2019 Amanda Shepard Between the Shelves rated it really liked it Shelves favorite authors, arc reviews, lgbtqia, own, young adult, mental health Read my full review at between the shelves Since Dino s parents own a funeral home, he doesn t really mind spending time around dead bodies It s just a normal fact of life But when his ex best friend, July, comes back to life as he s prepping her body for her funeral, things start to get a little weird She s not really dead, but she s not really alive, and it s having an effect on death everywhere else Now July and Dino have to figure out why.I received an advanced copy of this book from Read my full review at between the shelves Since Dino s parents own a funeral home, he doesn t really mind spending time around dead bodies It s just a normal fact of life But when his ex best friend, July, comes back to life as he s prepping her body for her funeral, things start to get a little weird She s not really dead, but she s not really alive, and it s having an effect on death everywhere else Now July and Dino have to figure out why.I received an advanced copy of this book from Net Galley and Simon Pulse in exchange for my honest review I was so, so happy to get an advanced copy of this book Shaun David Hutchinson has probably become one of my favorite authors, and so far, my favorite book of his is The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried hasn t surpassed it to become my favorite, but it was still a masterpiece of its own accord.One of the things that I love most Hutchinson s works is the way that they often examine friendships This book in particular did this best, as July and Dino try to figure out why they stopped being friends The reality is that it took July s death in order for them to make amends, which is something that happens all too often in real life We get the good, the bad, and the ugly of teenage friendships, and everything about July and Dino s relationship feels real Well, except for the fact that July is not dead The emotions are also a strong aspect of this book We feel everything that the characters feel, which is what makes this book so effective Hutchinson s book will take you on a weird, wild ride that you won t want to put down until it s done And even then, you ll probably want to go back and read it again.4.5 5 starsFollow me Blog Instagram Twitter Facebook flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 01, 2019 Jackie rated it really liked it Shelves arcs, sci fi, 2019 reads When friendships end it s hard to move on, even so when the past refuses to be buried The Past and Other Things that should Stay Buried follows Dino who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his ex best friend July and his conflicting feelings of the words they left unsaid when his final goodbye is interrupted by her coming back to life and venting out some issues of her own and if they don t work to mend things quickly they ll have than just one undead body to hide This When friendships end it s hard to move on, even so when the past refuses to be buried The Past and Other Things that should Stay Buried follows Dino who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his ex best friend July and his conflicting feelings of the words they left unsaid when his final goodbye is interrupted by her coming back to life and venting out some issues of her own and if they don t work to mend things quickly they ll have than just one undead body to hide This book speaks a lot to friendship and how we as people can hold on to certain things for a lot longer than we should and in this case that manifested into something bigger than just an old feud Both Dino and July are flawed people who have a history of hurting each other and making up before repeating the cycle and it s only through her death that the idea of reconciling for real becomes a possibility even if the circumstances leave a lot to be desired I really enjoyed their back and forth as they dealt with their pasts and how they each were able to express how they felt and how the others actions affected them even if some of those moments where shouting matches and the others were quiet I think it really showed the ups and downs of relationships and how we tend to stand in our own way when it comes to getting what we want and sometimes you need the harsh truths to get you on the path to peace and happiness This is an interesting read that definitely doesn t shy away from the goriness of death but pairs it with two people who need each other in order to move forward in both life and death and I think it s something a lot of people will enjoy special thanks to the publishers and netgalley for providing an arc in exchange for a fair and honest review flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 23, 2019 B220 rated it it was amazing If you are looking for a hilarious and ultimately uplifting story about friendship with the un dead, then The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is for you Dino has hit a rough patch with his ex best friend July Cooper after he meets and begins dating Rafi When July unexpectedly dies of a massive brain aneurism, as she says, My brain exploded , Dino s family is tasked with preparing her body for the funeral since they own the long standing town mortuary Talk about sad and awkwa If you are looking for a hilarious and ultimately uplifting story about friendship with the un dead, then The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is for you Dino has hit a rough patch with his ex best friend July Cooper after he meets and begins dating Rafi When July unexpectedly dies of a massive brain aneurism, as she says, My brain exploded , Dino s family is tasked with preparing her body for the funeral since they own the long standing town mortuary Talk about sad and awkward.Then, when Dino is alone with July s corpse, she suddenly sits up and is, well, un dead Together, Dino and July attempt to figure out what her future might possibly hold if the un dead even have futures while also trying to figure out what happened in their past that caused them to fight and drift apart.This book is about friendship, grief, love, being true to oneself, and the un dead Hutchinson s writing is funny, heartfelt, and his storytelling will keep you reading Loved every page flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 07, 2019 Holly rated it really liked it review of another edition Oof, this one got to me IT S VERY RUDE to read lines like, it s not that I feel I have nothing to say, it s that what I have to say rarely feels valuable and the conversations about grief, because of how uncanny it was that they resembled my feelings and life But also this was such a bittersweet story focused on the friendship between the two main characters, Dino and July It showed how complicated those relationships can be, but how full of joy and love they are The two of them made many Oof, this one got to me IT S VERY RUDE to read lines like, it s not that I feel I have nothing to say, it s that what I have to say rarely feels valuable and the conversations about grief, because of how uncanny it was that they resembled my feelings and life But also this was such a bittersweet story focused on the friendship between the two main characters, Dino and July It showed how complicated those relationships can be, but how full of joy and love they are The two of them made many mistakes, fought when they should ve been there to support and understand, but had this deeply felt bond that not even death could destroy July was actually a pretty unlikable person, but I felt for her, and I definitely think her tendency toward refusing to give people the real her was well done, and she grew a lot in that short time I thought this book was gonna get weirder, so I was pleasantly surprised with how the author dealt with July coming back to life I also really liked all of the secondary characters, and if there s one thing I wished for, it was of THEM But I get why it wasn t And I liked how this didn t just revolve around fixing July s not death, but about trying to figure out who you are and what you want out of life, and learning what it means to let go of someone you love Super enjoyed flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 07, 2019 Tori Kiersten Frost rated it really liked it This is a book full of delicious contradictions Its witty, comedic tone and supernatural twist all harmonize beautifully with the book s themes of friendship, grief, and forgiveness Hutchinson has a talent for turning a character s personal apocalypse into a literal apocalypse without coming off as preachy or overwrought If you re a fan of SHAUN OF THE DEAD, PRACTICAL MAGIC, or UNDEAD GIRL GANG, this book should be next on your list flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 30, 2018 Jen rated it it was ok 2.5 stars Another book I really wanted to like, but there were too many nonsensical plot points The best thing about this book is that gender and sexuality are handled as part of teens lives, not like a very special episode where everyone learns a valuable lesson Otherwise, meh If you like a quirky zombie story there are much better options out there flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 10, 2019 The Bookish Austin rated it really liked it Review to come closer to publication Found myself giggling quite a bit though flag 1 likeLike see review Jun 06, 2018 Carley marked it as tbr unpublished that cover flag 1 likeLike see review View 1 comment Jun 24, 2018 Jenny Chou rated it really liked it Shaun David Hutchinson is the only writer who could possibly write a book about the gruesome reality of death and still make me laugh out loud A quirky, sad, and hilarious novel about best friends flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 29, 2019 Roger Hyttinen rated it it was amazing Shelves fiction urban fantasy, ya A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up. Introducing Dino The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried takes place over the course of two days and follows a young man named Dino whose parents own a funeral home business so being around the dead is nothing new for him What is new, is the dead coming back to life As it turns out, Dino s ex best friend July dies suddenly, and Dino is trying to work through his grief at her passing He always believed that eventu A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up. Introducing Dino The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried takes place over the course of two days and follows a young man named Dino whose parents own a funeral home business so being around the dead is nothing new for him What is new, is the dead coming back to life As it turns out, Dino s ex best friend July dies suddenly, and Dino is trying to work through his grief at her passing He always believed that eventually, they would find each other again and renew their friendship But now, it was too late for that, and we begin to see Dino s regret at all those words that now, will never be said Where The Dead Don t Stay Dead Dino is alone in the basement with July s body, working on her makeup in preparation for the funeral his way of saying his final goodbye when suddenly she comes back to life Well, not to life exactly She s conscious, sentient but her body is still dead no heartbeat, no breather and given that she had just recently undergone an autopsy, it s unlikely that any of her organs are working either What follows is Dino and July s attempt to figure out what s happening to her, all while rehashing their former friendship, each blaming the other for its end Race Against The ClockAs Dino and July soon discover, they do not have the luxury of time to slowly figure out what s happening with July Though July s death may have ended, her decomposition has not which means she s not smelling as fresh as she once was When people around them begin to comment on the stench, they both realize that their time is limited Moreover, it turns out that July s resurrection has had a ripple effect throughout the world and has affected the natural course of life and death On Friendship The beating heart at the center of this book is the friendship between July and Dino, and I thought that the author handled it exceptionally well It was fun seeing them as they bickered with each other over petty annoyances, dug up old hurts and released old anger and resentments But additionally, they also joked around and ended us rediscovering the joy of their friendship I also liked the fact that it wasn t only one of them who was at fault but rather, they both were responsible for the break in the friendship So in this way, we got to take a look at the idea of unfinished business but from both sides as they both begin to realize that it s those you love who end up hurting you the most and vice versa.It was also refreshing to see a male and female friendship that didn t end in love or where one of the two was agonizingly pining for the other Final Verdict I thought this was a lovely heartfelt novel about two teens who were given a little extra time to resolve the unfinished business that was left between them I loved that fact that it was up to the reader to determine just whose unfinished business caused July s return I loved how this dark and somewhat grim situation is lightened by realistic dialogue and genuineness of feeling between our two main characters, and the witty banter and shenanigans made this a joy to read The quirky and crazy plot in this story was kept steady by the realism and the truth of the situation this is, of the grief of losing a friend with so much unsaid still left between you.As usual, Mr Hutchinson did not disappoint, and I ended up loving this tender story which held me in rapt attention from start to finish It was a story with The emotional depth and plenty of heart, and I became so emotionally invested by the end of the book that I felt as though I were saying goodbye to close friends.A huge thank you to Netgalley for providing me with an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Full review posted on my blog at rogersreads flag Like see review Jan 31, 2019 Dominic rated it it was amazing Shelves young adult, arc This ARC was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.And so continues the bizarre and brilliant mind of Shaun David Hutchinson In the words of one of its characters, The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is both incredibly odd and absolutely awesome Why does it have to be one or the other This newest book is his funniest book by miles, but it still has all the poignancy and edginess, as well as a surprising emotional power, I ve come to expect from This ARC was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.And so continues the bizarre and brilliant mind of Shaun David Hutchinson In the words of one of its characters, The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried is both incredibly odd and absolutely awesome Why does it have to be one or the other This newest book is his funniest book by miles, but it still has all the poignancy and edginess, as well as a surprising emotional power, I ve come to expect from SDH To get in the right headspace for this one since a Hutchinson novel always requires a certain headspace , think about those first season Six Feet Under episodes when the Fisher family would imagine the corpses they were preparing for funerals actually talking to them Well at DeLuca and Sons, this might be an even bigger problem, at least for the Son, since his vision may not be just a hallucination The end result is part Warm Bodies but don t tell July she s a zombie and part Elena Mendoza Hutchinson s last novel.In one sense, this is Hutchinson s attempt at a buddy novel maybe the weirdest buddy story I could possibly imagine, but still, the thematic content about friendship is as good as anything I ve read in YA literature As for the characters, I couldn t get enough Not exactly dead July is no Manic Pixie Dream Girl in fact, she may be seen as the anti MPDG And Dino is a solid addition to SDH s crew of characters and maybe even palatable to readers because he is his least troubled protagonist.This is a wildly entertaining read, and I enjoyed every page And well of course, I may have even shed a few tears at the end flag Like see review previous 1 2 3 next 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    1. 4.5 5I may be a bit biased considering Shaun is my favorite author I m definitely his 1 fan at this point, but I still would have loved this without those pre existing factors Dino is used to being around the dead His parents run a funeral home, so its a daily occurrence of his life at this point But what he s not used to, is them coming back to life When Dino s ex best friend, July comes back to life after a sudden death, the two must confront what happened to their friendship, and why 4.5 5I m [...]


    2. i know it won t but i hope the synopsis stays It s about best friends and maybe zombies There s also lots of queer stuff because that s Gold



    3. only just read Shaun David Hutchinson s last book and now I m adding his next book, because I am a classy bitch



    4. Update Look at that cover Look at that summary I m so freaking pumped.Earlier pre review There is no release date, blurb, or synopsis Just a title and an author.This is already an anticipated read for me.Why must you do this to me, Shaun David Hutchinson


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