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XOMBIE Volume One by [Sommers, Brody]
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Length: 29 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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"Brody Sommers treats the reader to a world where a crafty politician and a scheming funeral home czar come up with a scheme to make money off of the recently turned. I was instantly drawn in ..."

"...once you start, you won't be able to put it down. I read it in one sitting... ...Sommers doesn't hold back!...A kinky, raunchy read."

"...it will pay you well to grab a copy of Xombie and feed your inner zombie lover and naughty side."

- Not Now...Mommy's Reading

Product Details

  • File Size: 105 KB
  • Print Length: 29 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Brody Sommers (August 18, 2012)
  • Publication Date: August 18, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008ZLTMB4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,462 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Ok, let me begin by saying that I would have never picked this book up on my own if it wasn't part of a Read-to-Review program. Now with that said, the premise of this book is interesting and very unique. A Resident Evil type outbreak occurs turning a good portion of the population into zombies. But, these aren't you average garden variety zombies...Nope, they are xombies. The "X" is definitely intentional since the xombies are used as prostitutes because of their raging libidos. *Gasp* I know! Very taboo but Sommers manages to humanize (ha ha) the zombies in allowing them to retain a fashion of humanity. There is one sex scene in the entire book but it was just...captivating! LOL. "Red Honda"'s flexibility would definitely rival a Cirque de Soleil performers dexterity. I swear that I read it and went, "Uh uh!!! No. She. Did. Not!" But then laughed out loud thinking about how many men would love to see that one.

If you're looking for a unique, quick, and steamy read then you'd enjoy this one.

Reading Time: 30 Minutes
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Okay, he writes a nice sex scene and the words are spelled right. But there's "teasers" and there's "you just said these people were infected with something and now you're making prostitutes out of them." That doesn't make any sense. It doesn't make me want to buy the next book to find out why, it just irritates me.

If zombie sex makes you hot... this *might* work for you. This is NOT "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" meets "Deadgirl." The zombies, at least the ones we see, are not traditional zombies. If you're looking for a sex scene out of the last half hour of "Return of the Living Dead III" (the one with the hot Goth zombie chick) this ain't it. But that being said, he does have fun with the idea of zombie sex and like I said, the scene (singular) itself is not bad. Worth a look if zombies really push your button.
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An interesting take on zombies, with a bit of kink thrown in to add spice. Of course, when you're talking zombies in an erotic short story, how could there not be a bit of kink involved? These aren't the typical horror movie half-rotted corpse type zombie though, or at least the one (two?) we see aren't. Their exact nature is never fully explained aside from a general description of how they came to be and some hints that the physical symptoms/manifestations of the infection vary depending on several factors. A great many of them are apparently not much different from normal people aside from odd grey eyes and some interesting temperature extremes in their bodies. The temperature difference between surface skin and extremities being ice cold to the core of the body being feverishly hot become significant in the main sex scene of the book and makes for some pretty smoking hot sex. The author really does a good job of making you imagine how the temperature difference would feel when...involved...with a xombie.

Aside from the sex, the story is intriguing and well written, though not enough information is given to know what sort of situation the narrator is getting himself into really with the new job offer from his friend Mitch. We're given constant reassurances that the guy trusts Mitch implicitly and doesn't believe he'd trick him into getting involved with something bad, but Mitch is evasive enough with his answers and just generally acting kind of strange that you're not really sure if it's safe to trust him. Hopefully the subtitle of "Volume One" means there will be a follow-up story at some point that will explain more.
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With the proliferation of zombie fare on television, movies, and books, I've been "dying" to sample a few myself. Brody Sommers' 26-page short story, XOMBIE (Volume One), was offered free in return for an honest review, and the teaser certainly intrigued.

An industrial accident has caused some people to become infected and end up as zombies. The backers of the original company where the accident happened have turned this to their advantage in a new money making scheme: turn the willing zombies into super sex slaves.

Our very likeable but unnamed lead character has been recently released from his job and an old friend recruits him to the new business. The bulk of the story is the "recruitment."

Admittedly new to the zombie theme, I thought that the premise was unique and wicked-fun. The sexual situations were well done and never dull (or repetitive). The idea of sex with a zombie - at least the kind I've seen in the movies - was shocking. However, these aren't your old Saturday-matinee-type zombies with parts falling off. They are described as "fresh" and physically beautiful and desirable (still). Part of the storyline addresses an issue of what surviving family members think and have to do about their loved ones that have become infected and "turned" which was interesting.

I do look forward to the next volume(s).
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Well lets start off that a book that writes about pleasure between people appeals to me. Therefore the sexy tryst described in this short was hot and steamy. The funny thing is I usually read books written by women, I feel that all it need was some feelings during the sexy stuff. Maybe that is the woman in me. I understand that feelings and sex don't go hand in hand for all. But hey to each his own.

I did enjoy the story line about Xombies, and the people involved definitely caught my interest. The Hot parts were well written and descriptive... in a good way! I would read another book by Brody Sommers. But then again I like naughty books.
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