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Bisexual Vegetarian Zombies An homage to B movies e g Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Santa vs the Martians etc this is a social political satire wrapped up in a zombie parody Tara and Ken are looking for important issues to a

  • Title: Bisexual Vegetarian Zombies
  • Author: Ron Albury
  • ISBN: 9781484124352
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bisexual Vegetarian Zombies By Ron Albury, An homage to B movies e.g Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Santa vs the Martians, etc , this is a social political satire wrapped up in a zombie parody Tara and Ken are looking for important issues to add meaning to their shallow lives After accidentally becoming infected with the Zombie virus they find themselves out of their depth in a struggle between vegetarian zombiAn homage to B movies e.g Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Santa vs the Martians, etc , this is a social political satire wrapped up in a zombie parody Tara and Ken are looking for important issues to add meaning to their shallow lives After accidentally becoming infected with the Zombie virus they find themselves out of their depth in a struggle between vegetarian zombies and the aggressive brain eaters Can they adapt to their new lifestyle Can they find a way to save mankind And most importantly, why do they like watching Fruit of the Loom commercials

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    1. OK it is a little weird and self serving for the author to write a review When I saw that someone posted a low rating, apparently without even reading it, I realized just how put off some people may be by the title.This book is social satire and zombie parody wrapped up in a suspense story The point of this book is not gratuitous sex and violence There are, however, many things that should make you laugh I have, on several occasions, made a bet with someone who was alienated by the title that th [...]

    2. The exposition took too long to get going was founded upon generalities the sex y bits were not all that sex y.Confusion over the use of compliment complement The first person POV is weak don t zombies experience some form of cognitive dissonance and the chapters narrated by the woman and the man are indistinguishable.Yes there are some elements of satire here, but it s a flimsy rehashing of the sort of clandestine organization of the occult featured in the True Blood series Perhaps any possible [...]

    3. If there was a way to give this book 0 stars, I would There s funny campy b movie bad and then there s just bad bad This book is the second one I don t even know where to begin describing the plot It s the story of a young couple, Ken a douchy bisexual guy and Tara a cliche spoiled activist bisexual girl who are accidentally turned into zombies while trying to free a rabbit from what they believe is an evil cosmetics company You can read the rest of this review on bisexual books.tumblr.

    4. The title is the best thing about this book I had such hopes sigh It gets an extra star for having bisexual in the title, but the actual bisexuality in the book is pretty gross The writing s bad, the story puerile and sexist It doesn t manage to be very funny, though it s quite successfully disgusting Don t bother.

    5. I received a free copy of this book via a giveaway I loved this book This book is totally hilarious There were times I was actually laughing out loud Thank you and thank you Ron Albury.

    6. This is a fun book to read and an easy read as well The author knows how to pull in the reader with sex and add some form of twist to the plot.

    7. I did not like this book I wanted to, I really wanted to like it because, Vegetarian Zombies Could be cool, right Could have been Sigh isn t quite there yet Original review redacted This book is tough I liked the premise, but there s unskilled, choppy, and technically challenged writing that takes away from the enjoyment The narrator is boring and hard to like, while at the same time being totally contrived and questionable given all his time spent transitioning or blacked out or in the throes o [...]

    8. I came across this book title from a friend on actually I thought, hey this looks interesting I ll give it a read The beginning, to me, seems a little slow When I first started I almost did not want to continue, but I am glad I did As it went on it was exponentially better This isn t a sex book It talks about sex but it does not go into great detail, which is neither a good nor bad for me, just pointing it out Also, I felt like the ending was rather abrupt, but it was a fitting ending to the sto [...]

    9. This was a solid zombie story slash political commentary The main characters speech and motivation came off very real and I liked the zombie culture created I m not so much a fan of zombie apocalypse stories, but in this case, we have an entirely separate transitioned society, with its own social norms and strata The commentary aspect was well placed and subtle, until it wasn t, and that rubbed me a bit the wrong way discrimination amongst the different types of zombies was woven in well and was [...]

    10. This is the story of Ken and Tara, vegetarian bisexual teenagers who become zombies by accident and have to adapt to that new reality They will soon find out that being a vegetarian zombie is not accepted by some of the zombie community I received this book from , and I was not sure what to expect I must say I was surprised by this story It was fun, light and in the true zombie spirit I honestly enjoyed it.

    11. A quick, fun read Written in a very conversational way full of interesting concepts for the zombie connoisseur a hierarchical zombie society government living among us Unique action packed, with great continuity

    12. I received this book as a giveawayThere s a reason why this book is self published I m putting this book right in the pile with Jodi Picoult s The Storyteller as one of the worst books I ve read this far.

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