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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Donald Gleefully Sacrifices Himself to the Horrors of StrangeHouse Books (#bookreview)

It's Donald's turn to once again we're bringing some horror to the ruins, with another entry in our Halloween Read-tacular. Lock the doors, close the curtains, turn on all the lights . . . and enjoy.

Zombie! Zombie! Brain Bang!
edited by Nicholas Day

Synopsis:
WHAT IF... zombies were the worst customers to ever enter a fast food restaurant? WHAT IF... the only thing saving you from a zombie horde is a suit of cute little babies? WHAT IF... you traveled through time to see a great pair of tits but ended up kicking off the zombie apocalypse? WHAT IF... all those dead pets came back with a hunger for human flesh? Twelve of the most bizzare zombie stories you'll ever read, all jam packed into one delicious, ultra-violent book, Zombie! Zombie! Brain Bang! is guaranteed to suck out your brains and chomp on your guts while you scream with delight.

Review:
There is a lot of zombie books out there, but no one does it like Strangehouse books. From necrophilia to strange out bizarre a collection I'm glad I read. The ones listed below are the shorts I enjoyed the most.

  • (O.Z. by Brian Williams) is written with rage. A zombie autobiography...sorta. 5★s
  • (Baby Armor by D.F. Noble) as narrated by Morgan Freeman **check out my review on single short.** 
  • (Flush by K.M. Tepe) Laugh Out loud, and will remember to take caution next time on the porcelain guy. 5★s
  • (Humanification by Mandy De Geit) Prose of the virus. Well written. 4★s
  • (Felicity Marmaduke by Rich Bottles Jr.) Don't mark me as strange, but for some reason I enjoy reading Necrophilia and zombie babies. 4★s
  • (Undying Urges by Jesse Wheeler) I've yet to read one Wheeler's pieces of vomit filled, disgusting, revolting shorts I did not like. 5★s

Mass Digestion
by Jesse Wheeler

Synopsis:
Do you like gravy on your potatoes? Do you like dressing on your salads? Do fast-food commercials force you to leave your mattress, in search of processed meat? If yes.... PUT THIS BOOK DOWN. Unless you need a Dietary supplement that is purely literary. Join gross out author Jesse Wheeler as he hosts his very first literary feast for Strangehouse books.

Review:
Wow, disgusting, grotesque and the creeps of chills up the spine. One helluva read!

I think this should be read at Jenny Craig meetings. It will definitely entice one to lose weight.

Jesse Wheeler is a vivid writer. I read "Lips" but this "Mass Digestion" will be a memorable one.

(as posted by Donald on Goodreads)

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