Brains

Forest City Pulp
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The zombie apocalypse sucks, sure, but high school wasn’t much better. You really gotta wonder how having the brains to ace tests helps you out when a slobbering zombie is on your tail, wanting to eat said brains. Moving to the woods cut down on such occurrences, but it can’t last forever. And when all the dumb zombies eat all the dumb humans, what will be left?
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About the author

Phronk writes a lot of odd things. His stories involve things that don't exist, things that might exist, and things that shouldn't exist. 

He received a PhD in psychology after writing a dissertation about what makes horror films frightening. So yeah, he wrote the book on horror, and continues to write horrific things by cover of night. By day, he writes about technology, helping people out of modern digital nightmares.

Phronk is also the creator of Putting Weird Things in Coffee, which is a blog about putting weird things in coffee.

He lives in London, Ontario, and has an unhealthy relationship with chocolate. 

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Publisher
Forest City Pulp
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Published on
Feb 24, 2015
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Pages
15
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Dystopian
Fiction / Horror
Juvenile Fiction / Dystopian
Juvenile Fiction / Horror & Ghost Stories
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This content is DRM free.
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