Wednesday, January 27, 2016

"The Girl’s Guide to the Apocalypse" by Daphne Lamb!
*Tour with Review & Giveaway*

 Book Tour!

Happy Wednesday! I'm happy to be participating in a tour for a new novel, by a new author! Please keep reading, and check out this book, my review, & enter the giveaway at the end! Thanks! =D

 The Girl's Guide to the Apocalypse
~Released: August 11th, 2015

~Length: 218 Pages

~Publisher: Booktrope Publishing

~Genres: New Adult, Post-Apocalyptic


Welcome to the Apocalypse. Your forecast includes acid rain, roving gangs and misplaced priorities, in this comedic take on the end of the world as we know it, from debut author Daphne Lamb. As a self-entitled, self-involved, and ill equipped millennial, Verdell probably wouldn’t have ranked very high on the list of those most likely to survive the end of the world, but here she is anyway. Add in travelling with her work addicted boss, her boyfriend who she has “meh” feelings for, and a handful of others who had no businesses surviving as long as they have, and things aren’t exactly going as planned. But despite threats of cannibalism, infected water supplies, and possibly even mutants, Verdell is willing to put in as little effort as she can get away with to survive.

 About the Author

 Daphne Lamb
Daphne Lamb was raised in the wilds of Colorado and now resides in a very different wilderness known as Los Angeles. She is a comedian and award winning writer who has worked in television, film and video games. In her spare time, she enjoys collecting comic books, discussing awesomely bad movies and thinks about what it would be like to own a cat.

She loves connecting to fans and readers, so feel free to connect!



Comedy meets apocalypse, in this new off-beat novel by debut author Daphne Lamb. 

The synopsis is spot on, and describes this book perfectly. The lead character is a modern slacker, reminding me of a mix of Ginger from Gilligan's Island, and any modern millennial stereotype. While her personality is off-putting, it's realistic for the outlined story, and adds a twist to a plot that usually has readers enthralled with suspense and darkness. Not this book - the story overall stays light and almost fluffy, focusing on one person's personal outlook, as opposed to the state of the world after disaster hits.

The depiction of the outward symptoms caused by the apocalypse, and the causes of the apocalypse itself, were entertaining. They were all fairly tangible, layered with a tint of humor and nonsense, that just may be more realistic in real life, than the darker novels of the post-disaster genre.

In this take of the apocalypse, the reader gets a glimpse of surviving as a "regular" person. As someone who doesn't necessarily rise to the occasion, and automatically become a bad-ass zombie fighter, or something of the like. We see what it might be like, as a couch potato or minimalist, simply going through a new set of motions in order to survive a new, rougher world. 

For fans of post-apocalyptic novels, who may be looking for a different take to the standard stories, this book may entertain you. 

*I received an eCopy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours, to read in exchange for an honest review. 

 Giveaway!

Tour-Wide Giveaway

Open to the U.S. & Canada Only

--A signed copy of the The Girl's Guide to the Apocalypse + an apocalypse survival kit

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