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How can you sneak past a horde of the dead with a screaming baby?

The day Charlie Macomber is born is the first day of the zombie apocalypse. When the hospital in Harrington, Indiana is overrun by reanimated corpses, Charlie's dad must carry his son through the walking dead to safety. But when zombies roam the earth, can anyplace be safe?

A companion novella to All Together Now: A Zombie Story, All Right Now: A Short Zombie Story features familiar characters and sets the stage for the novel.

WARNING: This novella is mean and nasty and intended for a mature audience. It is absolutely not appropriate for younger readers. All Right Now: A Short Zombie Story is a gruesome, repugnant tale featuring horrific acts of violence sure to warp young minds.

©2014 Robert Michael Kent (P)2014 Robert Michael Kent

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Anti-Christian - Skip this one if that offends you

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Drop the tired religious bigotry.

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Well written, great character development, not really limited to YA. This short book could have been enjoyable -BUT- it encounters the same group of Christians and their church as the previous book. You'll be stunned to hear that they were ALL portrayed as stupid, evil, culty, racist, suicidal/homicidal, and inexplicably read with a bizarre bad "preacher" southern accent. If you are a regular reader of this genre you will at least be bored by this tired overdone plot device. At most, if you are a Christian or have any of them in your life, you will be annoyed if not offended. Too bad. This anti Christian message was most of the book - it ruined otherwise good writing. I'm done with this writer.

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