Review: Zombies at the Door, Planning for the Inevitable by Charlie Pulsipher

51NtaE7fTCL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-v3-big,TopRight,0,-55_SX278_SY278_PIkin4,BottomRight,1,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_ Everyone needs a book on how to prepare for the zombie apocalypse, right? Zombies at the Door, Planning for the Inevitable will be the guide you will go to when you need to stay safe, fight zombies and have a good laugh. Let’s face it, the time when you will need laughter the most is when a horde of hungry zombies is trying to eat you. I know I’ll need a good chuckle right about then.

Zombies at the Door, Planning for the Inevitable will teach you where you should go in the event zombies turn up at your doorstep and let you in on the secret of glow sticks and how they can save your life. You’ll learn how to forage and how to set up a meeting place with the relatives who haven’t become flesh-eating monsters.

This book is really a lot of fun. It’s hilarious and I found myself laughing through several parts.The author, Charlie Pulsipher, wrote it as a gift for his family and friends and with their encouragement, published it for the rest of us to enjoy.

For a lighter look at the zombie-pocalypse, check out Zombies at the Door, Planning for the Inevitable. It’s a short, fun read that is well-worth $2.99 price.

 

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