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Can true love conquer a zombie mutation? Prepare yourself for an undead zombie romance novel, one that is oozing with dark humor!

Cryogenically-frozen heads that come to life and race around by the power of their spinal cords, like human horseshoe crabs...

Zombies stumble about looking to feed their brainy eating habit...

San Francisco becomes a bleak, apocalyptic landscape in this dark humor, zombie satire, where...

A mad scientist - Dr. Trope? Dr. Meme? No, Dr. Egessa, the mad German scientist - chasing the Nobel Prize and his living prize...

...Cathren Whitney, a half-human, half-zombie miracle, who must also outrun and outsmart...

Zombie Native Americans...

The mad scientist's Russian girlfriend, with her own agenda...

A back-to-the-earth movement with its own agenda...

Various zombie street gangs...

And her own jaded view of life and love.

In this zombie comedy, Cathren and her boyfriend Donovan are trying to figure out how to make a living in San Francisco, while trying save their faltering relationship. Meanwhile, a cryogenics lab contaminates the local water supply, and strange things began happening...

Such as zombies. Undead zombies.

The non-stop zombie humor kicks into high gear when Cathren is bitten by an unfrozen head of the undead. Instead of turning into a zombie, she becomes some kind of half-breed, decaying and regenerating body parts while keeping both her human consciousness and her loving heart.

©2015 Carl S. Plumer (P)2015 Carl S. Plumer

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Good story, boring narrator

Andrew Tell has the same emotionless voice for every single situation in the book. Excited?- dull. Angry?- dull. Hordes of zombies out to kill everybody?-dull.

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sophomoric writing

"yes yes yes yes". No. Some aspects were just plain annoying. I struggled through hoping that this would improve. No such luck.

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