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My Zombie Body Paperback – November 8, 2011
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Mario Lurig is a freelance author, entrepreneur, and full time extrovert. Writing, like most of his hobbies, become passions by their variety. Always seeking new opportunities to learn, create, and think, Mario tries to find a unique viewpoint on the world around him. He lives in Denver, Colorado, USA, and is an avid cyclist.
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I believe this book could be improved by editing. It reads more like a draft than a finished product. Kudos to the author though for weaving an interesting and unique zombie tale.
This book goes in a slightly different direction than the normal zombie lore. Sure, it's got the gruesome, detailed kills that makes a good zombie story ... but it makes you think of what it's really like to be a zombie. The character development is good enough given the context of the story. The creepiness of it isn't totally by the zombie activities ... more what's going on behind it. Think of Bud in the George Romero movie "Day of the Dead".
It really lets you go into the character's shoes (or lack thereof ... you'll understand when you read it) as he tries his hardest to adjust. The only thing I can really knock in this story is the fact that it seems to end rather suddenly. But it's also well within the context of what's happening. I can't really say more than that without going into spoiler territory.
I'd highly suggest this one though. I managed to snag it during a free promotion, but I'm going to end up buying it anyway. Partly because the author did a pretty good job with it, and the other part is that half of what he makes on the book goes to charity. So it's a win win, with even a paperback version apparently coming soon as of this writing.