The Zee Brothers:

Curse of the Zombie Omelet!: Zombie Exterminators

A short zombie book filled with action and humor.

MYRA’S HORROR BLOG REVIEWS : I wanted to write reviews as if I were sharing the love of a book with a friend. What I liked about it, from storyline to characters; to include any parts that had a negative impact on me as a reader. Join me on the couch as we explore today’s exciting read.

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2017

Amazon

 

 

Who would you call during a zombie outbreak?
The Police? The Military? Your crazy prepper neighbor?
No, it’s time for The Zee Brothers!
Join us as they suit up for their first zombie slaying adventure!
An Arizona sub-division over-run by a long-buried tribe.
A race to stop the dead from unleashing an ancient curse.
Two brothers keeping the apocalypse at bay, one job at a time.

Review:

A short book filled with action and humor. If you love campy horror, this one has tongue-in-cheek and ribald humor as well.

The Zee brothers are rednecks who love their tricked out truck, big guns and chewing tobacco. Jonah and Judas give a unique service to the community – tracking down zombies and killing them. They receive a call from an old man, but by the time they arrive, he has already been bitten and turned.

They find that ancient zombies are involved, called forth because the elderly man dug up an old artifact.  Once bitten by the long dead Indian zombies, the infected become “regular” zombies. The brothers run into JJ, a hot young woman they both are clearly interested in, but her dog is definitely the more fascinating of the characters; he is magical or supernatural. I don’t want to give away too much, but the mutt has several strange abilities and it’ll be interesting to see where this goes in the next book.

Quick, fun read. My only complaint is, I would have liked more background on the zombie apocalypse. It was barely mentioned and it felt like I was starting on book 2 instead of 1.

 

 

 

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