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# I'm Zombie: A Zombie Mosaic Novel Paperback – May 27, 2016
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
About the Author
Tony Newton is a writer and zombie expert living in Essex, UK.
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I’m a Zombie fan and it anyone follows our blog, knows that. I just didn’t have the effect, the excitement that comes from Zombies. I know it’s basically the other side of the story. The side you really don’t get to see often.
This is not a bad review, Just let me say that. The story itself was written really well. It just didn’t do it for me. I think Tony really has a great imagination and a good hold on what would happen if there was an actual Zombie Apocalypse.
Overall, I give this book Three Boundless Stars. I think it was a good story....Lissa
Zombies are always going to be cool. Tony Newton tries his hand at a unique zombie thing with this book, a collection of chat room conversations and dialogue happening after the zombie stuff happened and everything went kablooey.
Newton’s story is on target and totally of-the-moment, and that’s a goofy way to say that it feels current, energized with today’s culture. The writer mixes together zombie invasion ideas with modern dialogue, characters, and reactions.
The horror is unrelenting. Newton has nailed the emotional resonance of the whole thing, and paints a bleak picture for the characters in the stories.
Also bleak is the lack of commas. I’m a proofreader by day. I can’t unsee things like that.
Here are my big criticisms. The book isn’t long, but the relentless doom and grief could drag you down after a while. Luckily for you, it’s broken into easily digestible pieces, chapters at a time. So you can go play with a kitten for a few minutes, then come back to the inexorable horror.
Watson has a clever, interesting take on the zombie genre. I’d love to see him try this same thing with some other character type. Aliens? Kittens? Alien kittens? (Reviewed by Joe Crowe, (...))