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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 8:19 pm 
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George Romero, director of the original Night of the Living Dead and its sequels, should snap up the rights to this novel. It has everything: zombies, gore, brain-eating, love, death, even a murder mystery. All of it revolves around Peter Mellor, who wakes up after a car accident a little discombobulated. Even though the country is in the midst of a “zombie apocalypse,” it takes Peter a while to figure out that he is now one of the “moving cadavers” because, unlike your typical zombie, he can talk, reason, and, well, pass for human. As he’s trying to come to terms with his new undead state, reunite with his girlfriend, and figure out who was responsible for his car accident, Peter winds up the leader of a zombie horde and the target of human rednecks and intense military scrutiny. Kenemore, author of the humor books The Zen of Zombie (2007) and Z.E.O. (2009), combines humor with horror in a way that is guaranteed to make any zombie fan stand up and shout, “Braaaaaains!” --David Pitt
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It has everything: zombies, gore, brain-eating, love, death, even a murder mystery.... combines humor with horror in a way that is guaranteed to make any zombie fan stand up and shout, 'Braaaaaains!' (Booklist )

There's plenty to satisfy zombie fans who've come to expect some philosophy with their gore. (Publishers Weekly )

A delicious slice of undead Americana. Funny, tragic, and nicely weird—it’s Monty Python meets Night of the Living Dead. Definitely take a bite out of this one! (Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and Patient Zero )

Zombie, Ohio delves into questions of identity, purpose, and morality, without skimping on the requisite gore and action that zombie fans love. This will be one of the most unusual and satisfying zombie novels you read this year. (Kim Paffenroth, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Gospel of the Living Dead and Valley of the Dead )


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Its told from the pov of a turning Zombie.

I'm only halfway through so far...will review when done.


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It was a good read, I enjoyed it.


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gimmejr wrote:
It was a good read, I enjoyed it.


he has a new one coming out...Illinios I believe.


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