From Publishers Weekly
There is more to undeath than shambling around in search of brains to eat, but not much more, according to this short but detailed look at the new zombie, or œzed, lifestyle. Filled with deadpan tips on how to succeed in the coming zombie apocalypse, it covers the basics of caring for decomposing flesh ( œIf you experience an extreme freeze... your extremities should continue to function until they fall off ), practical suggestions for overcoming obstacles, and instructions for attacking the living ( œThe only thing more lethal than you is you on fire! ). The blood-splattered pages contain copious diagrams, such as a zombie food pyramid, pie charts of infection methods, and instructions for operating doorknobs. The illustrations are as grossly explicit as the text is employee-handbook underplayed, making this an excellent choice for the zombie completist.
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"An excellent choice for the zombie completist." Kirkus Reviews
This book is a total blast and a must-have for zombie fans! Grade A.” Mania.com
The illustrations are as grossly explicit as the text is employee-handbook underplayed, making this an excellent choice for the zombie completist.” Publishers Weekly
"Everything a new flesh eater needs to know about surviving in a world where you only want one thing: brains." --Geek-span.com
"Brilliantly tongue-in-cheek. . . . A must for all fans of spoof manuals and zombies alike." NY Journal of Books.com
"Explains everything a newly undead soul needs to hunt, fight and feed on the living." Aolnews.com
"A parody with brains. . . [the book] is just too funny to pass up." NeoTokyoProject.com
"Austin's tongue-in-cheek humor perfectly compliments the subject matter." ZombiePhiles.com