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In truth I half expected a zombie Donkey Kong tossing mangled bodies at a plumber. Not what I got but just as interesting.
Zombie Kong is not your average anthology with zombies or giant apes. The authors lend their diverse range of styles and specifically seek to take their ideas in unexpected directions, which is a very pleasant surprise. Having read many anthologies, I've become tired of collections that repeat the same thing ad nauseum, but this was a refreshing change. Be sure to pair this with James Roy Daley's Zombie Kong novella, also available on Kindle.
Note that I edited this anthology as well as the novella, so I do have a professional tie to this work. However, I always post only honest reviews of the writing I've edited. I am a freelance editor, so I do not work solely for any author or group of authors, and I am thus not obligated to give positive reviews, or any reviews at all. My review states my personal opinion of the work as a reader, not as a professional editor.
I loved that the stories were so different but still had the same concept. The variances in description from one tale to another sent my imagination running wild. In this genre where it seems to be only humans that are infected, it stands to reason that our closest relatives in the animal kingdom could also be infected---in MY imagination anyways!!!
Loved it and will recommend it to others for sure!!