Zombies Anonymous

· M Chapman
1 review

About this ebook

Zombies Anonymous is a humorous horror novel written from the zombies' perspective.

In a very brief summary Zombies Anonymous is: 'Sad, funny, poignant, shocking, horrifying and revolting' and concerns the life, death and undeath of Archibald Griest.

In a little more detail: As a member of the undead, even though he retains his faculties, Archie is rejected by family, friends, work colleagues and has no legal rights. In fact, as a zombie, there’s no washing–up to do. Archie forms a support group called Zombies Anonymous to discuss this new state of supernatural existence with other zombies including: The problem of slowly rotting; the predilection of the living to bury you while you're asleep and whether Chanel No. 5 can cover the smell.

But, as the number of zombies rise, the living residents of his home-town of Springdale go from curious to hostile. The behaviour of the living horrify the zombies! This leads Archie to consider going from a convener of a support group to poltical activist.

Ratings and reviews

1 review
Esther Brink
August 13, 2015
I definitely enjoyed reading this book. It's an interesting read about zombies that aren't normally addressed in modern culture. The humor fits well with the plot and the characters are engaging and have their own unique personalities.

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