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This was a very good book about what it would be like if zombies lived among normal people. How their families and society would treat them.Published 1 month ago by Jessika
I too wanted to like this book. The blurb on the back cover describes it as "a hilarious debut novel," and "a zombie comedy," and a "rom-zom-com. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JW
“The question is not, “Can they reason?” nor, “Can they talk?” but “Can they suffer?”
― Jeremy Bentham, The Principles of Morals and Legislation
“Is it necrophilia... Read more
This is not just your ordinary zombie novel. Andy is a recently reanimated person who would like to have some of his basic right back. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Charles
Andy's life sucks. His dad hates him, his mom is repulsed by him, and his daughter thinks he's dead - not to mention he's forced to live in a wine cellar. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paige Reiring
This book gives the feel of a dystopian future, where not much has changed from how we know the world, but the reader so strictly identifies with the main character, a zombie, that... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Emily
This was a different book. I liked the perspective from a zombie's point of view. Kept me interested. Just wished the ending would've played out fully. Read morePublished 18 months ago by DrjellybabyWho
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|Does Not Compare to Brooks||
I would list Breathers as sentient zombie fiction. I've been looking for this subgenre in film (In the Flesh) and literature, and have noticed its growing popularity. Seriously, I'm thinking about compiling a list of all sentient zombie fiction and then contrasting and comparing them, with... Read More
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