Friday, October 5, 2012
I love nothing more than a good zombie story and Zom-B certainly delivers that. Zombie stories, like most horror/supernatural stories tend to be about something other than zombies and often they explore the sort of mindlessness that pervades our culture. I think Zom-B does that on multiple levels but I can't really talk about it too much without spoiling a significant part of the book, which I absolutely do not want to do. It's kind of frustrating, though, because I think it's really smart and clever and I WANT to talk about it!
But I can't...yet. So I'm just going to say this. You might be tempted to give this a book a miss, but when it comes out on October 16th, I encourage you to think again and pick it up and read it. And then on...let's say October 28th, I'll post my more in-depth thoughts about Zom-B (under spoiler cover) and we can all discuss it then.
Please know this book is gruesome and all, I mean it's a zombie story, but I still want to chat about it!
Please read Zom-B so we can Discuss on October 28th!