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So it's not only the year of the zombie, it's the year of the zombie spoof. The Girl's Guide to Dating Zombies is both a great place to start for people who have never read a zombie book, and might also be good fun for veteran zombie fans.
It's the year 2020, and the zombie virus that hit exactly 20 years ago targeted, tragically, only humans carrying the Y chromosome. You guessed it. All men became zombies within three weeks of being infected. With disastrous results for women -- can you imagine?
Our heroine in the story, Hattie Cross, was only 6 years old when the plague hit. She's never had a boyfriend in her life. A resident of New York, she works as a journalist for the Daily Scoopage writing articles of questionable authenticity and maximum headline value. Hattie was a natural for writing The Girl's Guide to Dating Zombies. Promotional activities for her new book make her something of a celebrity, and catch the attention of the largest zombie pharmaceutical company in the world, Geiser & Meyser. They make huge profits producing drugs which make zombies smell nicer, help them avoid putrefaction, and improve the quality of their skin.Read more ›
Know why you should pick up this book(besides the interesting plot, the humor and the good writing)? You should pick it up for the zombie sex. Yes, I said sex. S-E-X. With zombies. Zombies who are missing limbs. Zombies who might loose a finger during fornication. Zombies on....Viagra! Come on now. Comedy gold! You know you want to read about it!
The world is considerably different than our own, as a zombie plague hit most of the male population roughly twenty years ago, turning them into zombies. Luckily, the zombies weren't looking for human brains to eat this time, but were quite happy to chomp on Fluffy or Rocky, your cute and cuddly cat and dog. The descriptions of the most popular places to meet a zombie male were rather funny as dance clubs and bars were set up at slaughterhouses and similar venues as zombies would haunt these places looking for their next meals. The author writes about these places in a no-nonsense fashion, yet I couldn't help laughing at the irony and sarcasm inherent in her writing and in her words as the word byplay was rather funny. The scene where Hattie, the main character, takes her boyzomb out to dinner where he can eat a live cow was too funny as you have to be careful that he doesn't splash blood and guts all over your clothes and food. I couldn't help but laugh and note how people adapted to situations, yet at the same time, there was a message implicit in the descriptions as well.
Hattie was quite fun as a main character and I loved the impulsiveness in her nature.Read more ›
I LOVED this book. The writing is stellar, the story incredibly witty and fall off your chair funny, and the romance unexpectedly heartwarming and sweet. The Girls' Guide to Dating Zombies is a Grade-A keeper, and proof that the best romances can often be found in the most unlikely of books.
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This story had a very amusing tone throughout, but also affected me emotionally, which demonstrates this author's prowess. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by LJo
There is very few men left in the world after a virus turned all men into Zombies. Hattie Cross has written a book called The Girls' Guide to Dating Zombies to help other women... Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by PamM
Rom com satire at it's finest. I love how this book pokes fun at all the magazines and talk shows women have read and watched over the years. Read morePublished on February 13, 2014 by A. Brantley
I'll be honest, I got this book solely because of the blurb. It sounded funny and so I had some vague hope it would follow through and actually be funny. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by ToryMichaels
This book is awesome! I never leave reviews and don't usually buy kindle books from authors I don't know since there are so many free books out there but wow! Read morePublished on November 30, 2013 by neabo2458
Yep...zombies or not, men eat of the beef and watch the sports.
Adorable book dealing with most men on planet Earth being zombiefied for twenty years or so. Read more
A very unique take on the zombie apocalypse. The funniest zombie novel I have ever read. The romance part of the story is not too strong for some one not interested in romance... Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Amanda @ behindtherows.com
There seem to be more and more zombie books out there here lately. Read more
When Hattie Cross, a magazine writer at The Daily Scoopage and author of The Girls' Guide to Dating Zombies, researches a story and unwittingly uncovers a major story that could... Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by Amy Edelman
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