Regan has her ups and downs.
-Dumping her girlfriend: Down.
-Moving in with her loving brother: Up.
-Waking up to a plague of undead: REALLY down.
After the undead began roaming the neighborhood, Regan lost track of her brother. She’s spent the last two years searching for him. In the meantime, she’s fallen in love, only to be told, “Sorry, I’m straight. And you’re a lunatic.”
There’s a psycho out there somewhere who caused the outbreak, using nanotechnology, just for the fun of it, and Regan intends to hunt him down.
Oh, and the crush she still has on the straight gal? Dangerously distracting, when there’s a zombie around every corner.
What people are saying about Lifehack:
Regan Grier finds herself in a city infested with technologically driven zombies. She survives on her own for years, until Captain Alisia Terone comes to rescue her. Regan then falls for the inconveniently straight Alisia, which Regan is convinced that Alisia only “thinks” she is straight. Together they hunt for a solution against the ever advancing intellect of the zombies. Hilarious dialogue as Regan will inappropriately hit on Alisia no matter the situation or danger.
-Mason via Goodreads
*le sigh* I’ve come to the realization that I am getting tired of reading, watching and hearing about things that portray the world as being 100% heterosexual. Plus I’m tired of the male lead being the only person capable of saving the universe. I want to find well written stories in my genres of interest, mainly sci-fi and modern military, that feature women who like women and are capable of saving the day from whatever is currently threatening humanity. I want the stories to feature love as well. I want these girls to be main, lead characters. I want. I want. I want… and I’ve found a taste.
The taste comes in the form of a book called Lifehack by Joseph Picard. Featuring nanotechnology, zombies and two main girls who who kick total butt, it’s a very fun read. There is one sad bit to this whole thing though… like all good stories it’ll have to end eventually. Watching Yute by the same person may help extend this taste.
-AlchemistSashi via DeviantArt
A very well written story about two women who have to save the world from a pending zombie apocalypse. I’d gone into this story knowing a little bit about it from the author’s illustrations that led to its creation, but I wasn’t nearly prepared for just how much this book would keep my nose in it. The fact that one of the primary characters is a lesbian isn’t simply something used to promote overly sexual situations within the story, except in a few more humorous parts, but rather is used to pull at the emotions of the reader. I tend to re-read this every couple months, along with the second in the series, Watching Yute, and never get tired of reading it.
-P. Rendon via Amazon
Lifehack was an entertaining experience, I’ve read enough zombie stories to appreciate the concept that drove this one particularly since it wasn’t a standard post-apocalyptic scenario. The characters were nice the story mainly focuses on the two protagonists and they were likable and interesting throughout. The antagonist was eccentric, threatening, and constantly had me excited to see the next chapter
-‘Allen’ via Amazon