Review: Bob the Zombie by Jaime Johnesee

Book Description:

Life is rough, unlife can be even more difficult, especially when you’re a zombie with bad luck. Follow Bob as he deals with all sorts of trouble. This is not your average zombie novella.

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Poor Bob. He became a zombie after he died and was raised from the grave by a necromancer. He never asked to become a zombie and his ‘life’ is tough. He’s constantly falling apart (literally) and although he’s undead, he still loves the things he got used to when he was alive. Taco Bell and Pepsi Slurpees are some of his favorite things, but they’re difficult to come by when you’re a zombie.

There are times when I like to take a break from monsters, bad guys, blood, gore, and the tension horror novels bring with them. Now, don’t get me wrong, the more gory and disturbing a novel is, the more I love it, but every now and then, I like to read something more light-hearted, and Bob fits the bill. Bob the Zombie is clever, funny, and unique. It’s only about 50 pages long and can easily be finished in one sitting. Johnesee cleverly demonstrates that not all zombie stories are alike, and when you’ve reached the point to where you need to sit back and take a breather from traditional horror, Bob will be that little breath of fresh air you need.

Bob the Zombie is the first in a series of Bob books, and at only $1.99, it’s one you should check out.

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